Volunteering

Interested in making a difference in your community? Join the ranks of the SCCC volunteers and help our neighbors in need. We have many options for you to give your precious gift of time.

Volunteering has changed!

While we are battling the pandemic, we have several changes to our volunteer program.

We have suspended our monthly group orientations and trainings, and are onboarding individuals on an as-needed basis. We do need volunteers in many program areas. Please contact Ann, our Volunteer Director, at ann@sistercarmen.org to get started.

Please see our Covid-19 protocol below including age and travel restrictions.

For court ordered and mandated community service volunteering:

Our protocol and times have changed. You must be 18 years of age, and follow our Covid-19 processes.

Community Service Orientations are held at our Thrift Store on Fridays and Saturdays at 12:00 noon. Contact Kathy our Store Director, kathy@sistercarmen.org. 303-665-4342 x184. You must bring your ID, court paperwork, park next door at Lafayette library, and come to the rear entrance of the store, 701 W. Baseline Rd.

We reserve the right to limit the number of volunteers on premises at any time.

COVID-19 Updates:

We are asking that our volunteers use their best judgement about coming in to help. Your health is important to us. If you are at greater risk or don’t feel comfortable coming in, please stay home. Staff and volunteers who travel out of the State of Colorado must quarantine from SCCC for 10 days upon their return to the state. As of Tuesday, September 8th, all volunteers, staff, participants, donors, and partner agencies will be required to have their temperature taken upon entry into the workplace, and will sign a Health Screening Certification verifying that they are not experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 and that they have not had a temperature of 100.4F or more in the last 72 hours. Individuals under the age of 18 are not currently allowed in the building. This is in addition to the mask wearing and cleaning procedures and policies already in place.

Learn more about Sister Carmen’s COVID-19 response here.