Have a question about volunteering? Here are a few frequently asked questions. If your specific question is not answered here, please get in touch! We’d be happy to help.
Do you accept court-ordered community service volunteers?
Project Angel Heart does have a limited number of positions available for someone seeking court-ordered community service in the Denver area.
- Ages 18+ only
- Opportunities are only available in Denver at this time.
- Volunteers can expect to work one 2-4 hour shift per week.
- Volunteers must complete a background check, for which there is a $19.85 fee (information will be provided in the interview). We cannot accept volunteers with charges related to violence or theft.
- Volunteers must schedule an in-person interview.
- Bag decoration is not eligible for community service hours.
To sign up for community service, please email us at email@example.com. A member of the volunteer resources team will contact you within five business days to set up an in-person interview, after which shifts will be scheduled based on availability.
How old do you have to be to volunteer in the kitchen?
Volunteers are required to be a minimum of 16 years old to volunteer in our kitchen with the exception of chopping shifts; volunteers are required to be 18+ years. We do offer other options for students and families. Visit our individual/families page to learn more.
How do I get my group, including workplace or corporate, involved with Project Angel Heart?
We offer a variety of opportunities for all types of social and corporate groups. Please be aware that we schedule groups in our Denver kitchen up to a year in advance, so please plan ahead if you would like to volunteer in the kitchen. Other group opportunities are available year-round and can be completed at your own location. Visit our group volunteers page to learn more.
My school requires me to do volunteer work. What can I do to complete my hours?
Project Angel Heart welcomes volunteers who are fulfilling school-based service learning requirements.
School-Based Service Learning, College Level
- Students may participate in any of our volunteer opportunities.
- Visit our individual/families page to learn more.
School-Based Service Learning, K-12
- Students under the age of 18 may participate in the following volunteer opportunities:
- Meal Delivery
Students may deliver meals with an adult guardian. To get started, both the student and guardian must attend a new volunteer orientation, and the guardian must pass a background check. Visit our individual/families page to learn more.
- Meal Bag Decoration
Students must complete four meal bags per assigned hour. No volunteer orientation is required. View our meal bag decorating guidelines here »
- Meal Delivery
I scheduled a volunteer orientation but need to change my date. What should I do?
Sign in to your CERVIS account to sign up for a new volunteer orientation that works for you, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m unable to attend my shift. How do I report an absence?
Sign in to your CERVIS account to cancel your shift, or email email@example.com to let us know.
Do you have a bad weather policy?
If the weather or roads seem dangerous, please call 303.830.0202 to find out if Project Angel Heart is closed for the day. If Project Angel Heart is closed on a Friday or Saturday, meal deliveries will be made as soon as possible.
For additional volunteer resources, including kitchen safety protocols and past town halls, please visit our volunteer portal.