We believe that God’s grace frees us to express the mercy and justice of Christ and calls us to serve the most pressing needs of our city. We long to be a blessing to our city. Below are the All Souls mercy and justice teams and partnerships; we’d love to help you connect with the serving opportunity that’s right for you. For information, questions, and help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is there an organization or cause you’d like to tell us about? If so, feel free to drop us a line and share your vision with us!
Boulder County Cares (BCC) is the street outreach program of the Boulder Shelter. This program utilizes trained volunteers that canvass the community every winter evening, distributing blankets, gloves, hats, and other warm clothing, and providing food to unsheltered homeless people who are living on the streets. BCC clients may also receive, when appropriate, transportation to the Shelter or other local care providers. Find out how you can help over at their website.
SIGN UP! All Souls has committed to holding a clothing drive in the February and providing volunteers to drive or ride support on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from October to April.
2017-18 dates: Oct 11, Nov 8, Dec 13, Jan 10, Feb 14, Mar 14, Apr 11
Boulder Parks and Recreation promotes the health and well-being of the entire Boulder community by collaboratively providing high-quality parks, facilities, and programs.
SIGN UP! All Souls has committed to providing volunteers to help weed, mulch, clean, and otherwise beautify Valmont Bike Park on the 1st Saturday of the month during May through August 2017. Kid-friendly! 2017 dates: May 6, Jun 3, Jul 1, Aug 5
Emily Ballbach http://www.ivgcfcolorado.org/aboutgcf/
GCF at the University of Colorado at Boulder seeks to provide graduate students with christian community and the resources to succeed in graduate school and beyond.
All Souls has committed to supporting Emily financially and engaging with graduate students in our congregation through events throughout the year.
** We are currently considering another new neighbor: Sister Carmen, which provides basic need services and resources to the most vulnerable residents in East Boulder County.**