Thank You, Volunteers,
For Creating an EPIC Day of Service!

On May 18, 2024, Rotarians and community members from across 10 states and 6 countries came together on one EPIC Day of Service to make a world of difference in their communities, delivering meaningful change in our world and in ourselves!

Here's a look at our 2024 Colorado projects.

NOTE: In certain instances, a project may not initially appear on the map. Zoom in or out on the map and click "Redo search in map" to refresh and refine the list. If you know which Rotary club sponsored a specific project you can use the "Search Rotary Clubs" search field to narrow the list of projects.
Click on a location pin on the map below or the "view details" link below the project description.
Projects in that location will appear below the map.
You can also use the "Search" boxes to narrow down your results.
Click on any project to see full details.

Rotary Club of Colorado Springs - Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Restore

Join the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs and the Impact Club for an Epic Day of Service with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (PPHFH) at the Restore.
Rotarians, family, friends, and community members are invited to sign up for a volunteer opportunity. Please be sure to complete the registration directly with PPHFH here for their requirement:

Where: South ReStore Location
411 S. Wahsatch Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
When: Saturday, May 18, 2024
What: 20 volunteer spots - Morning shift (10 AM - 2 PM)
20 volunteer spots - Afternoon shift (2 - 6 PM)

Online registration link:

Primary Contact: Samantha Chapman (

Project Date: 05/18/2024

Project Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado (See Map)

Handicap Accessiblity Unknown

Additional Information: Important Information:
• Volunteers must be aged 12. All volunteers aged 12-15 MUST be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
• Volunteers aged 12 - 17 MUST bring a paper liability waiver signed by a parent/guardian. Please see attached.
• All volunteers MUST wear close-toe/full coverage shoes (sneakers or boots)
• Participants must wear pants or long shirts and sleeved shirts (does not have to be long-sleeves, but no tank tops or shirts with the sleeves removed). We also request that you don't wear any unnecessary jewelry as such items can get damaged or lost.
• Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own water bottle and gloves

Shift/Role Information

Project work shifts and/or roles to be fulfilled by volunteers are listed below, along with the maximum number of volunteers needed for the shift/role and any information specific to the shift/role.

Minimum Volunteer Age restriction:12