METRO DENVER

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.

Ongoing Activities

In the summer, A Little Help hosts summer picnics in neighborhood yards or community parks. In the spring and fall, we equip teams of volunteers for Service Saturdays! to help members with larger yard and home chores.   A Little Help participates in many community activities, such as: Farmers’ Markets, community garage sales, and street festivals, and we would love to reach out at other events, if you have suggestions.

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. 

 

 

Our Metro Denver Director

Amanda Gregg, MNM

Amanda Gregg joined the A Little Help team with exceptional experience and a passion for working to engage and empower older adults in the community. Before joining us, Amanda served as the Director of the Denver Office on Aging for the City and County of Denver.  In her work with the city, she moved several initiatives forward including the update of the Age Matters Report and the implementation of specified strategies and goal, as well as provided leadership and empowered the Denver Commission on Aging.  Amanda earned her Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University. With this degree, her experience began with over six years in the nonprofit sector, previously working as the Division Director of Volunteers Services for Volunteers of America before her time with the City of Denver.

Amanda’s experience in the aging community, as well as experience in both the nonprofit and government sectors brought another perspective to our growing organization. In the position of Director of Member Growth, Amanda looks forward to utilizing her passions and strengths to spread the wonderful work of A Little Help in helping seniors thrive in their communities.


A Little Help is always looking for neighborhood teams of dedicated volunteers who want to see older adults thrive.  If you would like to join or start a team of neighborhood volunteers,  please contact Amanda Gregg at 720-242-9032 or amanda@alittlehelp.org.

Or contact our office at 720-242-9032 or office@alittlehelp.org

 

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.