Circles Campaign volunteer orientation offered throughout the county

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Boulder County, Colo. – As part of its continued effort to help move individuals and families out of poverty and into a life of sustained self-sufficiency, Boulder County is recruiting volunteers to participate in the Circles Campaign.

What: One Hour – Getting to Know Circles Orientation
When: Thursdays, July 10, 17, and 24 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: July 10 – Sister Carmen Center, 655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette, CO
             July 17 – Longmont Library, 409 4th Avenue, Longmont, CO
             July 24 – City of Boulder’s Children, Youth and Families, 2160 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO
RSVP: Eliberto Mendoza, or 303-441-1503

The orientation is free and refreshments will be provided.

The Circles Campaign provides a stable structure for people who are working their way out of poverty to receive guidance and support from mentors – called “Allies” – to help them develop skills and access resources needed to work on their long range plans to move toward economic stability.

“A class of Getting Ahead participants ready to work themselves out of poverty has recently graduated, and the campaign is in immediate need of Allies to connect with them,” said Circles Coordinator Eliberto Mendoza.

Circles Allies are asked to make an 18-month commitment, volunteering for 6-12 hours per month including two monthly meetings. For more information being an Ally please visit the Boulder County Circles website at and download an Ally job description.

For those wanting to be a part of the campaign but unable to make the Ally time commitment, other volunteers are needed for the program in Longmont, Lafayette and Boulder.

Please contact Eliberto Mendoza at or 303-441-1503 for more information.

Gabi Boerkircher
Public Information Specialist

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