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June 25 - July 6, 2020
July 9 - July 20, 2020
July 23 - August 3, 2020
On our 12-day summer community service and adventure program in Wyoming and Colorado, middle school students will volunteer at a no-kill animal sanctuary for homeless animals, stand up paddleboard, explore Rocky Mountain National Park, raft the Arkansas river and explore the beautiful Collegiate Peaks Wilderness.
Rocky Mountain National Park has majestic mountains, amazing wildlife, tundra wildflowers, the highest paved road in the US, and gorgeous trails to explore.
Each day more than 9,000 dogs and cats — about six per minute — are killed in animal shelters, simply because they don't have safe places to call home. Our help on the ranch can help reduce those numbers.
Collegiate Peaks Wilderness in White River National Forest has eight "fourteeners" which are peaks that exceed 14,000 feet in elevation. With names like Mount Yale, Oxford, Columbia, and Harvard (the state's third highest point), it's easy to understand where the name comes from.
Stand up paddle boarding, "SUP" for short, brings a dramatic perspective to any landscape we may be exploring.
Rafting through Brown’s Canyon is a thrilling introduction to Colorado adventure. Don’t let the views distract you as you navigate around boulders, over falls, and through famous rapids such as Zoom Flume, Big Drop, and the Toilet Bowl.
Environmental community service, animal care and socialization at a no-kill animal sanctuary in Wyoming that specializes in rescued research animals
A Certificate of Community Service indicating the total hours worked and a Presidential Volunteer Service Award will be issued upon successful completion of the program.
Explore: Rocky Mountain National Park
Hike: Collegiate Peaks, Colorado
Paddle Board: Colorado
White Water Rafting: Arkansas River, Colorado
6 - 8
We sleep in tents, shower about every three to five days, and use latrines or flush toilets as bathrooms.