PHEF recognizes the Pueblo Community as the driving force in supporting scholarships for students.
As part of the 'pay it forward' culture, we ask each scholarship recipient to provide 40 hours of community service when awarded a scholarship.
Students in the 2021-2022 Academic Year provided over 17,000 hours of community service, not only in Pueblo's community
but in the communities across the state of Colorado and nationally where students are attending colleges and universities.
Students are volunteering in food banks, nursing homes, youth centers, YMCA's, & religious organizations;
they are writing letters to service men and women serving our country, sick children in hospital care and the elderly living in retirement and nursing care facilities;
they are collecting food and clothing for the poor and fundraising for other worthy causes.
PHEF scholars are going above and beyond to support the community that supports them.
The welcome desk at the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital needs help.
CONTACT: Courtney Woodka
Pueblo Community College Foundation
Pueblo Zoo seeks volunteers from PHEF to work closely with our marketing team. Tasks include, but are not limited to, posting events on community bulletin boards and distributing flyers for zoo events to local businesses. 5 hours per week.
The Pueblo Zoo has several opportunities available for volunteerism. To learn more about these programs, please visit our website, pueblozoo.org/volunteer or contact our Volunteer Coordinator Amanda Welsh at email@example.com.
VOLUNTEERS NEED - Bessemer Mobile Food Pantry 2nd Friday of every month!
Masks are required
Where: Steelworks Center of the West, 215 Canal St, Pueblo, CO 81004, USA ()
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator for more information: Deric Stowel 719.281.6520