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Volunteering Opportunities

Broomfield Recreation Services offers a wide variety of activities to the community. And you can be involved!

Coaching Youth Athletic Programs

 Volunteer coaches are needed for various youth sports programs year round. If you are interested in passing on your knowledge of a sport or just want to help out with a youth sports team, please volunteer to coach. Below are the youth athletic programs that offer volunteering opportunities.

Youth Athletic Programs which need volunteers: 

  • Basketball/ Little Dribblers (January - March)   
  • Lacrosse (March-May and September - October)   
  • Volleyball (March-May and September - October)   
  • Baseball, Softball, Boys T-Ball (May - July)   
  • Girls T-Ball and Little Sluggers (June - July)   
  • Track (June - July)  
  • Tennis (June - July)   
  • Cross Country (August - October)

Interested in Coaching? Email Angela Delier or call 303.464.5542.

Eggstravaganza

Over 30 volunteers are needed to assist with the setup of the event, passing out balloons, passing out candy, and clean-up. Dress for the weather. Youth ages 12 and older may volunteer with a guardian. 

Occurs the Saturday before Easter every year.
 Shift
: 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
 Contact: 
Kay Gazaway at 303.460.6925

Required Forms:

Broomfield Days – Green Zone Volunteers

This is an opportunity for organizations looking for exposure and volunteer work within the community. We encourage you to wear company logo shirts and promote business while assisting with our zero waste stations (please no free giveaways). Volunteers are the key to the success of our Zero Waste event! Depending on the needs of the event planner, you can expect to:

Help event participants properly dispose of their waste at Zero Waste stations, aid vendors in determining which items are acceptable to distribute, monitor Zero Waste stations for contamination, and explain the concept of Zero Waste to event participants

Occurs the third Saturday in September every year
 Shifts:

  • 6:30 - 8 a.m. 
  • 8 - 10:30 a.m.  
  • 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • 1 - 3:30 p.m.
  • 3:30 - 6 p.m.

Contact: Matt Gulley at 303-460-6912

Tree Lighting

10 volunteers are needed to assist with Santa as his elves, providing information to patrons and assisting with hay rides. Please dress warm and festive. Ages 15 and older may volunteer. 

Occurs on the first Friday of December every year. 

Shift: 5:30 - 9 p.m. 

Contact: Kay Gazaway at 303-460-6025 

Required Forms:

Special Olympics

 We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers to help with sports training to prepare TR (Therapeutic Recreation)athletes for competition. There are four seasons. Commitment requirement is small at just one hour a week for eight weeks for the sport selected.

  • Winter: (January - March) Basketball   
  • Spring: (April - May) Soccer, Track & Field, Swim Team, and Gymnastics    
  • Summer: (June - August) Softball (May-August), Golf, and Bocceball  
  • Fall: (September - November) Bowling 

Contact: Rachel Robbins, CTRS at 303.460.6924

Required Forms: