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Articles in "Volunteerism"

The words community service has many definitions due to the wide variety of things you can do to help out your community.

A volunteer goes the extra mile to help others.

Be part of the 1 billion acts of peace campaign!

Food is a necessity wherever you are in the world.

The international costal cleanup day is a great way to help our oceans and the creatures that live in them.

Have fun and volunteer!

Special needs education has come a long way at Laurel Elementary School of Arts and Technology!

Looking to get involved this holiday season?

Many volunteers came out to help serve Denver's needy last Saturday.

When my schools Builders Club, and I heard about this opportunity, we couldn't pass it up!!

Have you ever wanted to volunteer and have a blast doing it?  Then, Special Olympics Colorado is the perfect place for you!

  Here's a summer "vacation" that is unforgettable!

To earn their Girl Scout Bronze Award, Junior Girl Scouts must complete a book called a Girl Scout Junior Journey as one of the seven steps. At the end of "Agent of Change," one of the three books available, they are required to do a service project in their community. Junior Troop #3378 is at this step of the book.

For two months, six girls were working on a project that would help 74 people. This project was making scarves to give to a homeless shelter.
When winter starts, many homeless shelters don't have enough warm clothing for the first biting cold night. One of these homeless shelters is called Colorado Homeless Families. It is dedicated to helping those in need.
 

Kendall Jordan writes, In the famous story Rumpelstiltskin, the king's daughter spun straw into gold.

Natalie Bollig writes, Imagine a world where everyone thinks to themselves "what can I do to make the world a better place?

Dannika Harris writes, This time of year many of us kids are thinking about winter break or what to put on their Christmas list...

Ferris Fynboh writes, The tradition began during the Napoleonic Wars...

The leaves are red and gold, there are pumpkins on doorsteps, and scary decorations in yards.

The Edwards Foundation for Rescued Animals is a no-kill large animal sanctuary located in Parker, CO.

Brytin Staab writes, The Mangrove Tree by Susan L.

Ella Fogarty writes, Do you ever look at something as simple as your microwave and think, "Wow, I'm really lucky to have that?

Lauren Huttner writes, The Denver Dumb Friends League is a home all pets who have been abused or their owners can't take care of them anymore.