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Parent Volunteer Opportunities
Thank you for doing your part to make Holy Family a community of caring and supportive parents, students, faculty and staff. Together we have created an educational institution that is recognized throughout the Grand Valley.
Holy Family depends on its volunteers to help provide excellence in the classroom and to keep tuition low. All families are asked to contribute at least 20 years. Please review the following list of volunteer opportunities that are available. In order to volunteer, each family member must fill out the volunteer packet and background check information, and do the online “Safe Environment” course through the Diocese of Pueblo. Once completed, you may log your hours on the Holy Family website under the Volunteer Tab.
Thank you for your support! Please contact Jennie Aubert with the volunteer opportunities that you are interested in via email HERE.
Office and Administration Support Opportunities
  • School Picture Day
  • Hearing and Vision Screening
  • Coordinating Spirit Wear Orders
  • Immunization Records (once per month)
  • Organize Extra Uniform Orders
Grounds Keeping
  • Assist maintenance staff with: trimming bushes, edging the grass, snow removal
Spiritual Enhancement
  • Coordinate Religious Good Sale
  • Volunteer for Religious Goods Sale
  • Eucharistic Minister for School Mass
Classroom Opportunities
  • Room Parent - coordinate class parties, help teachers with classroom activities
  • Auction Item Coordinator - responsible for completion of the Art Project for the Gala Silent Auction (each grade/classroom will need an auction coordinator)
  • Art Room Parent - ( volunteers)
Catholic Schools Week
  • Spelling Bee Judge
  • Grandparent Luncheon, help in the kitchen
  • Grandparent Luncheon, help in the cafeteria with serving coffee, emptying trash, cleaning tables, etc.
  • Grandparent Luncheon, greeter/ticket sales
School Tool Boxes (School Supplies)
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Uniform Exchange (before every school year begins)
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Square 1 Art (Fall) - Pre-school to 2nd Grade; fundraising program with pre-selected art projects; one volunteer needed per classroom
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Running Club - after school program to promote fitness and prepare kids for the 5K/Fun Run
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Scholastic Book Fair - assist Mrs. Keenan with the book fair after school and during parent/teacher conferences
  • Volunteer
Trick or Treat Street - an annual fun family centered event including dinner, games, dancing and a festively decorated Middle School hallway for Trick-orTreating
  • Coordinator for dinner, dance and games
  • Coordinator for Middle School hallway
  • Set-up for event after school
  • Help in the kitchen during dinner
  • Help with the dance and games
  • Help in the Middle School with set-up, supervising students
  • Clean up after the event
Spooktacular 5K/Fun Run - annual Halloween family race and fun run at the school
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer to help the day of the event
  • Bake pumpkin bread for the event
  • Donate a door prize (ex. Gift cards to Starbucks/Coldstone/Enstroms)
Craft Fair Wine Preview - VIP Event Friday evening before the craft fair; vendors will be open while participants shop and wine taste
  • Volunteer (tickets at the door, wine pouring, raffle ticket sales)
$10,000 Raffle - (drawing at Craft Fair) - one of the school’s largest fundraisers; all families are required to sell tickets
  • Games Manager - if you would like to get certified, please contact Jennie Aubert by email HERE.
  • Sell tickets after a Sunday Mass
  • Help sell tickets at the Craft Fair - 7:30am-11:30am
  • Help sell tickets at the Craft Fair - 11:30am-3pm
Craft Fair - A school sponsored craft fair featuring juried crafters from around the state
  • Coordinator
  • Committee Volunteer - help with coordination and jry of crafters
  • Set-up
  • Check-in
  • Parking attendant
  • Volunteer day of Craft Fair
  • Clean up after event
Country Café - Offering breakfast and lunch to crafters and shoppers during the Craft Fair Coordinator
  • Make dessert for the Cafe
  • Make soup (recipe provided)
  • Cashier for the cafe
  • Help in the kitchen
Cookie Harvest - cookies made by our families and sold during the Craft Fair
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer for Set-up (day before)
  • Volunteer to help day of the Craft Fair
  • Bake cookies - all families required to bake
Veteran’s Day Salute - Intermediate students host a Veteran’s Day program
  • Volunteer
  • Bake cookies for the reception
Father-Daughter Valentine’s Day Dance
  • Coordinator
  • Set-up before the event
  • Help in the kitchen during the event
  • Clean-up after the event
Missoula Children’s Theater Production - professionally run theater production featuring our students
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Gala Dinner and Silent Auction (April 4) - a fun community building event for adults including Happy Hour, Dinner, and Silent Auction
  • Coordinator
  • Gala Team - assist with planning and coordinating the event
  • Silent Auction Chair - cultivate, coordinate, and organize donations for the silent auction
  • Set-up for the event
  • Server Coordinator - assist with directing student servers during the event
  • Clean-up after the event
  • Donate an item for the silent auction
  • Donate a bottle of wine or liquor for the wine/liquor pull
  • Check-in desk
Girls on the Run - after school program for 3rd-8th grade girls to help promote fitness and build confidence
  • Coach
  • Running buddy
Messiah Lutheran Track Meet - assist teachers to keep track of students during the event and help with events on the field
  • Intermediate Volunteer (2nd-4th grade)
  • Middle School Volunteer (5th-8th grade)
Teacher Appreciation - first week of May
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer
Golf Tournament (TBD in May) - golf for adults and kids to support the school’s tuition fund
  • Coordinator
  • Volunteer for check-in (day of event)
  • Volunteer for kids clinic
Field Day - a fun, student oriented last day of school that includes games, picnic lunches, and entertainment
  • Primary Volunteer (morning)
  • Intermediate Volunteer (afternoon)