Are you ready to get involved with the local community? We're ready to connect you with the right opportunity!

Below are some of the most current, up-and-coming volunteering opportunities in the Roaring Fork Valley. Follow the links to get started. Looking for other ways to volunteer? Check out our mentoring and ongoing volunteer opportunity pages.

Want to arrange a project for your department? Contact Matthew Hamilton. These are great opportunities to get to know your co-workers, get outside and give back locally.

Help Clean Up the Frying Pan River
On Saturday, April 27, come on down to Lions Park in Downtown Basalt to help clean up the Frying Pan River. Breakfast provided to volunteers, the day goes 8:30am - 12pm. More info here.

Multiple opportunities through Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers!
All opportunities include dinner after the service project!
Mitchell Creek Trail Project: family-friendly trail work on Saturday, May 18 in Glenwood Springs.
Mountain View Connector: help create a new connector trail in Snowmass Village on Saturday, June 1.
Skyline Ridge Trail Reroute: come help out with trail-building in Snowmass Village on tuesday evenings in June (11, 18, and 25).
Lake Christine Fire Restoration: come on down to Basalt on Saturday, June 15 to help with habitat restoration after last summer's Lake Christine Fire.

A one-day volunteer opportunity on Saturday, April 27 to help clean up our local waterways. No registration required, though you can pre-register if you want! Details here.

Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley is collaborating with the Roaring Fork School District, Pitkin County, and the Town of Basalt to build the Basalt Vista Housing Partnership. This project will provide 27 affordable homes for teachers and other families in the community.
They are recruiting ASC volunteers for group build days on Tuesday, May 7th and Thursday, June 6th, both from 9am - 3pm. Located behind Basalt High School (600 Southside Dr., Basalt, CO 81621). You do not need any specific skills to help out! Just wear closed-toed shoes and bring a water bottle.

You are required to register online. Contact Amy French (970) 948-7207, with questions.

Help out all summer long at Snowmass Western Heritage Association events!
SkiCo volunteers needed! the Snowmass Western Heritage Association puts on events throughout the summer, including the Snowmass Rodeo. They need 4 volunteers per event to help out with tickets, petting zoo management, and more. Each volunteer opportunity goes from 4:45-7:45pm and includes dinner. Event dates are June 12, 19, and 26; July 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31; and August 7, 14, and 21. Those interested in volunteering should contact Katie Blastos.

Check back in the spring for more ASC-sponsored volunteer days.