At A Little Help, everyone is a member. Whether you're receiving services, providing them, or both.
If you're engaging with A Little Help and with your intergenerational neighbors, you belong!
The only way A Little Help can operate is if there is a mutual respect among our members.
I understand that A Little Help is not solely a service provider but is also, and more importantly, a community. To that end, I will treat all members of A Little Help with respect and can expect such in return.
If accepted, A Little Help reserves the right to cancel my membership if I am in violation of this community agreement.
I (we) waive any right or cause of action arising as a result of participation in A Little Help from which any liability may or could accrue against A Little Help or its officers, staff, and directors collectively or individually.
A Little Help reserves the right to utilize the contact information provided to share our mission with your contacts.
Becoming a member of A Little Help means you’re joining an inclusive community of neighbors who want to see people of all ages thriving in our neighborhoods. As you know, operating a nonprofit, even a volunteer-driven organization, costs money. The average cost to navigate services for our older adults is $1,000/year. That cost is greatly subsidized by the generosity of our grantmakers and members of every kind. Our members pay what they can.
We receive funding from the Denver Regional Council of Governments for our transportation and yard chore services in the Denver Metro region for older adults 60+. If you are applying and eligible for these programs, there is no obligation to contribute towards an annual membership and transportation and yard chore services will not be denied if you choose not to contribute.
Are you willing to contribute to A Little Help? If so, please indicate what you pledge to contribute for your membership when your application is accepted: