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A new generation of helpers

Where Montezuma County’s millennials volunteer
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AmeriCorps member Stacy Armbruster and Cortez Middle School School to Farm teacher Tyler Hoyt at the Cortez Middle School Production ground in 2014.
Jim Mimiaga/Cortez Journal

Montezuma School to Farm volunteers participate in a fundraiser in 2015.
Places to volunteer in Montezuma County

The following nonprofit organizations accept volunteers year-round for a variety of positions:
Bridge Emergency Shelter–Contact 970-565-9808 or info@thebridgeshelter.org.
For Pets’ Sake Humane Society–Contact 970-565-7387 or info@forpetssakehs.org.
Good Samaritan Center food pantry–Contact 970-565-6424.
Grace’s Soup Kitchen–Contact St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at 970-565-7865.
Habitat for Humanity of Montezuma County–Contact 970-565-88312 or director@habitatmontezuma.org.
Hope’s Soup Kitchen–contact First United Methodist Church of Cortez at 970-565-3002.
The Piñon Project–Contact 970-564-3801 for information about becoming a mentor or 970-564-1195 for information on other volunteer opportunities.
Renew, Inc.–Contact 970-565-4886 or submit an application by mail to P.O. Box 169, Cortez.
School Community Youth Collaborative–Contact 970-480-7293 or fill out the “Volunteer” form on the website.
Other volunteer opportunities can be found on the Montezuma County and City of Cortez websites. A more comprehensive list of Montezuma County nonprofits is available on TaxExemptWorld.com.

A new generation of helpers

Courtesy photo

AmeriCorps member Stacy Armbruster and Cortez Middle School School to Farm teacher Tyler Hoyt at the Cortez Middle School Production ground in 2014.
Jim Mimiaga/Cortez Journal

Montezuma School to Farm volunteers participate in a fundraiser in 2015.
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