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click to enlarge Colorado Reptile Humane Society, in need of dog and cat - crates of all sizes. Donations can be dropped off at - 13941 Elmore Road, Longmont, Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 - p.m. Visit corhs.org or call 303/776-2070 for more.
  • Colorado Reptile Humane Society, in need of dog and cat crates of all sizes. Donations can be dropped off at 13941 Elmore Road, Longmont, Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit corhs.org or call 303/776-2070 for more.

TESSA, accepting cell phone donations to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Drop station located at the management office at the Promenade Shops at Briargate, 1885 Briargate Pkwy., Suite 503 (between Coldwater Creek and Pottery Barn). For more information, call 633-1462.

Another Life Foundation, volunteers needed to work as trained mentors. The Foundation works to promote wellness, empowerment and support to people in recovery from mental illness. Call 232-0167 for more.

Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, seeking tax-deductible contributions to help feed and provide medical care for wildlife in rehabilitation. Call 683-8152 for more.

Re-Entry Center, donations of books accepted. Volunteers also needed to assist in offender re-entry programs. Call 390-0125 for more.

Colorado Reptile Humane Society, in need of dog and cat crates of all sizes. Donations can be dropped off at 13941 Elmore Road, Longmont, Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit corhs.org or call 303/776-2070 for more.

Warming Families, looking for blankets, hats, socks, slippers and other warm items to be donated to homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, nursing homes and more. Visit warmingfamilies.org for more.

AARP Tax-Aide Program, in cooperation with the IRS, is seeking volunteer counselors to assist low- to middle-income taxpayers in preparing their 2005 tax returns. Training will be provided in January and taxpayers will be assisted from Feb. 1 through April 14. Volunteers should be able to provide four hours per week. Call Don at 495-3651 or Chuck at 237-3368 for more.

Pikes Peak Library District, call 531-6333 for more. Volunteers needed to interview local people as part of an oral history project; facilitate Talk English! groups; process holds and book bins; shelve books; tutor adults in literacy; work in computer labs and more.

Children's Literacy Center, volunteers needed to provide one-on-one tutoring for first- through sixth-graders. Tutor one child for two hours a week for 12 weeks and help that child become a successful reader. Training is provided. Community orientation to learn more on Jan. 10 or 11. Call 471-8672 for more.

Suicide Prevention Partnership, volunteers needed to work part-time doing administrative office duties. Also in need of hotline volunteers who would answer phone calls from people who may be in crisis, or those concerned about people who are. Call 573-7447 for more.

Urban Peak, volunteers needed to serve as role models who create a safe haven for homeless youth. Nonjudgmental individuals needed to play games, cook meals, facilitate activities, listen and encourage. Volunteers need to be over 21 and submit to a background screening and training process. Call Karen or Renae at 630-3223 for more.

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