Greeley Interfaith Clothing bank
The Greeley Interfaith Association Clothing Bank is an all-volunteer faith-based organization that is located at 228 N. 9th Avenue, in Greeley.
The CB receives donated clothing which is sorted for quality and sold to the public for low prices. Social Service agencies may also provide 90% discount vouchers to help their clients.
First Congregational Church Volunteers serve one or two days per month on shifts from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, or split shifts.
OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Prayer Shawl Ministry
A crochet and knitting group who meet regularly to make prayer shawls for people who are in a transition or ill or just need a hug in the form of a shawl.
A program that makes freezer meals for those in our community who are ill, or have a lot going on or struggling in some way and could use a meal or more.
Habitat for Humanity
Join a team to help build homes for those in our community!
Waste Now is an easy way to get involved in our community. It involves picking up food at UNC’s dining halls and transporting it to the Guadalupe Community Center. This activity requires a car, at least one person with a driver’s license and does involve lifting large containers of food.
Immigrant Refugee Center has many opportunities. Check out their website for more information.
Weld Food Bank has many regular opportunities both in the day and in the evenings. Click below for more information.