Want to volunteer your time and talents?
Looking for a meaningful way to be involved in people’s lives?
Need an update on the facts about HIV?
BCAP will offer HIV 101 Volunteer Training on Saturday, September 16th
The Boulder County AIDS Project’s work is enriched by the many contributions made by its volunteers across the Agency. Volunteers help BCAP fulfill its mission by delivering food to homebound clients, shopping for food for our two food pantries, working in our community garden to grow fresh vegetables each spring and summer, staffing our front desk, providing outreach with staff at community events, serving on our Board of Directors, and much more!
We could not do this important work without the help of our amazing volunteers.
Some of BCAP’s volunteer assignments require no HIV training. Examples of these roles include attending CO AIDS Walk or volunteering at BCAP’s annual Local Legends Gala. Volunteer roles that work directly with people who receive HIV Care or Prevention Services are required to complete BCAP’s 8-hour training on the basics of HIV and BCAP’s services.
BCAP’s HIV101 Training receives high praise on evaluations. The day is a variety of presentations from a local HIV provider, BCAP prevention and outreach staff, and BCAP’s Care Services Director. It’s a great time to hear from people living with HIV about their life experience.
BCAP’s next volunteer training will be held on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 from 9 am – 5 pm.
If you’ve been considering a way to add meaning to your life, consider becoming a BCAP volunteer. For more information, contact BCAP’s Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Annecone, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-444-6121. Volunteer applications are available here.