Since its inception in 2005, A Little Help has grown in a grassroots way with the help of great neighbors volunteering to lead the charge in their communities.  A Little Help’s South Central Neighborhood, then known as Washington Park Cares, was our founding site. However, with the help of committed neighbors, staff, and board members, we've been able to support more people throughout Metro Denver and beyond.



We need your help to acquire donations for our annual Little Soiree Silent Auction, April 17.  Would your favorite coffee shop, salon, restaurant, or other small business be willing to donate a gift certificate? It's a big help to us and great public relations for them!  Just give us a call for more details. After three years with A Little Help, Amanda Gregg is moving on.  Be sure to read about the exciting new business she is starting.  A special thanks to Strive Prep RISE students for creating and addressing more than 300 Valentine's Day cards for our members.  Help us welcome Jake Dresden, our new staff member. He has a long history as a volunteer and is now joining us in the main office.  

Activities:  Please note the following upcoming activities.  To RSVP, just click on the links.

1. Volunteer Open House on March 18 from 3-6 pm in the A Little Help office. 

2. The support group on loss, grief, and caregiving meets March 10 at 1:00. 

3. Service Saturdays begin in May. Volunteers and members mark your calendars for May 9 (North Denver/North Jeffco) and May 16 (South Denver/South Jeffco).

4. A Little Soiree, our biggest party of the year,  will be April 17!  



Below are links to our calendar of events and to the Metro Denver newsletter.   These are quick and easy ways to stay up to date on everything that's going in your area. Be sure to connect with us on Facebook too. 





We need volunteers who can provide

  • Outreach and event planning
  • Transportation to medical appointments, groceries, social events
  • Medical note-taking
  • Minor home repair, handiwork
  • Yard work, snow shoveling
  • Technology tutelage/trouble-shooting
  • Weekly check-ins
  • Friendly visits/walks
  • Light housework, organization
  • Financial preparation, advocacy
  • Care/resource navigation
  • Caregiver respite




 We help senior members with

  • Work around the house and yard

  • Rides to medical appointments and grocery store runs

  • Snow shoveling

  • Changing light bulbs or other home handy work 

  • Caregiver respite

  • Getting socially engaged with neighbors

If you know people who may need a little help, we’re happy to contact them.