Volunteer of the Month

At Aftersight, we believe in recognizing the exceptional efforts of our volunteers who not only meet but exceed the high standards we set. Each month, we honor a volunteer whose dedication and hard work stand out.

The selected Volunteer of the Month is awarded a certificate of achievement, personally signed by the Executive Director and the Programming Volunteer Specialist, in recognition of their exceptional contributions. Additionally, they are highlighted on our Volunteer Spotlight podcast, prominently featured on Aftersight’s homepage and social media platforms, and acknowledged in team meetings and our monthly newsletter.

Selection Criteria

Our selection process examines a broad range of qualities that demonstrate outstanding dedication. We recognize volunteers not only for their consistent, high-quality contributions and engagement but also for their ability to adapt to changes, accept feedback constructively, persevere through challenges, and engage in respectful, constructive dialogues to enhance our services and mission. Additionally, their support of Aftersight’s mission and a positive team spirit are crucial factors.

How We Choose

With nearly 200 volunteers, selecting just one Volunteer of the Month is a challenging task. Each month, Aftersight Staff review the contributions of all active volunteers. We welcome nominations from peers and staff for individuals who exemplify our core values. A review panel evaluates these nominations against our performance metrics.

This program underscores our commitment to celebrating those who go above and beyond, enhancing the quality and reach of our services. Join us in applauding the passion and dedication of our outstanding volunteers!

Recent Recipients:


JUNE 2024: Bryce Johnston • Summit Daily

MAY 2024: Ralph Towers • Grand Junction Sentinel

APRIL 2024: Claudia Murphy • BBC Mundo • El País

MARCH 2024: Geri Gingras • Colorado Homes and Lifestyles • Boulder Daily Camera, Longmont Times-Call

FEBRUARY 2024: Keith Gawlick • Hobby Radio • Opera News

JANUARY 2024: Bill Lundgrin • Blindsight


DECEMBER 2023: Thomas Anglewicz • Christian Science Monitor •Relocation Committee Architect 

NOVEMBER 2023: Ginger Hedrick • Colorado Sun • Fort Collins Coloradan

OCTOBER 2023: Nicola Fordwood • Boulder Daily Camera, Longmont Times-Call

SEPTEMBER 2023: Philip Neilsen • Prime Time for Seniors • Adams County News

AUGUST 2023: Bill and Anita Head • Boulder Daily News • Denver Post • Sighted Guides on our Bringing Print to  Life Hike

JULY 2023: Angie and John Flynn • Parents Magazine and Pueblo Chieftain • Event Support

JUNE 2023: Elaine • Broomfield Enterprise

MAY 2023: Jerry • On the Lighter Side

APRIL 2023: Mariel • New York Times en Español

MARCH 2023: Jon • Colorado Outdoors

FEBRUARY 2023: Nick • Tactile Traveler

JANUARY 2023: Emily • Human Health


DECEMBER 2022: Sarah • Audio Book News

NOVEMBER 2022: Ray • Colorado Springs Gazette

OCTOBER 2022: Dan • Discount Ads Target • Discount Ads Walgreens • Grocery Ads King Soopers

SEPTEMBER 2022: Thomas • Greeley Tribune

AUGUST 2022: Brooke • Pueblo Chieftain • Douglas County News

JULY 2022: Gretchen • Food & Stuff

JUNE 2022: Susan • Black Experience • Indian Country news

MAY 2022: Greg • Aspen Times

APRIL 2022: Steve • Safeway Grocery Ads

MARCH 2022: Janet • Loveland News • 50 Plus Marketplace

FEBRUARY 2022: Michelle • Ark Valley Voice • New York Times Travel

JANUARY 2022: Tammy • Denver Post


DECEMBER 2021: Diane • Denver Post • Emergency Preparedness Guide

NOVEMBER 2021: Doug • Denver Post

OCTOBER 2021: Paula • Loveland News • Crestone Eagle

SEPTEMBER 2021: Michael • Business Technology News • Financial News

AUGUST 2021: Niki • Employment Opportunity News • Ser Padres • La Hora En Español • Special Projects

JULY 2021: Don • Regional Travel

JUNE 2021: Jolie • Discount Ads

MAY 2021: Zachary • Children’s Hour

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