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These agencies need volunteers. Call about opportunities and time commitment.

• Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteer Orientation — 5:30-7 p.m. Jan. 22, Plaza of the Rockies, 111 S. Tejon St., Suite 302; Kristian DePue,

• The American Numismatic Association Money Museum — Docents needed to conduct tours; 1-800-367-9723.

• Courtside Ministries — Pray for people outside the courthouse; 473-8603.

• Disability Services of Colorado — 574-9002.

• Ecumenical Social Ministries —

• El Paso County Parks — Volunteer needed to help with QR Code project to enhance recreation in regional parks; Christine: 520-6996.

• Energy Resource Center — Volunteer electrician and painters needed; 591-0772,

• Family Attachment Center — Work with children with attachment disorder; 632-3204.

• Family Life Services —Help care for at-risk youth; 632-4661,

• First Visitor — Visits homes of families with newborns; English- and Spanish-speaking volunteers needed;

• Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District —

• Gateway Prayer Garden — Office help needed; 574-0500.

• Greccio Housing — Volunteer painters, landscapers and more;

• Habitat for Humanity —

• Kids Crossing Child Placement Agency —632-4569,

• KPC Kids’ Place — Crisis and respite nursery for children to age 5 at risk of abuse and neglect; 634-5439.

• Mission Medical Center Vision Clinic — Conduct field vision tests. Ophthalmologists, optometrists, receptionists needed; 219-3402,

• Mountain Community Senior Services —

• Multiple Sclerosis Alliance — 633-4603,

• Need Project Inc. — Provide resources and support to parents of children with special needs;

• Operation Christmas Child — Collects shoebox gift contents for needy children worldwide; small, new toys, school supplies and hygiene items;

• Partners in Housing — Helps homeless families move forward. Volunteers needed to sort clothing and cut into patterns for infant and toddler pants; 473-8890,

• Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments\Area Agency on Aging — 471-2096, ext. 114.

• Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers — 444-7866.

• Pikes Peak Blues Community — Support events and educational activities;

• SET Family Medical Clinics — Volunteer doctors, PAs, NPs and RNs to help uninsured, underinsured and low-income people;

• Silver Key Senior Services — Driver volunteers;

Special Kids Special Families — Needs volunteers for adult services, fundraising and clerical work; 447-8983,

• Springs Rescue Mission — Various opportunities; 632-1822,

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