Join Our Community

We are currently working on updating our volunteer portal. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please email our Volunteer Coordinator Anne Kedl at 


Volunteering with Project Worthmore means welcoming and supporting refugees here in Colorado. Volunteers are essential to our organization and to keeping our programs and events running smoothly.

Learn more about the opportunities and next steps for volunteering below.

English Language Program in Partnership with Emily Griffith Technical College

Assist instructors in the classroom and work alongside refugees on reading, writing, speaking, and citizenship test preparation. We offer multiple 90 minute classes between the hours of 9am – 2pm, Monday – Friday. We ask all our ELP volunteers to attend an orientation.

DeLaney Community Farm

Get outside, enjoy some sunshine and exercise, and support our refugee training farm. Volunteers help with planting, weeding, harvesting and packaging beautiful produce to be distributed to refugees, Farm Members and restaurant partners. Groups up to 30 welcomed during harvest season (April – October), Monday – Thursday from 8:45am – 12pm. Email our farm team to sign up.

Family Partners

Spend time developing a friendship, offering support, and engaging in cross-cultural exchange with a refugee family. Our most immersive opportunity, we ask interested volunteers to attend an orientation and commit to 2-3 visits with their Family Partners each month.


We love throwing parties! Our volunteers help us plan, set up, run and attend to the million other details needed for an event to go smoothly!



Care Package Program

Project Worthmore distributes care packages filled with household and hygiene necessities to local refugee families. These items can be costly and hard for families to afford. We count on generous volunteers like you to help us in this effort.

“If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the engagement of volunteers more than ever.” — Kofi Annan