Why Volunteer for RFL?

The 2018 Volunteering in America report found that 77.34 million adults (30.3 percent) volunteered through an organization last year. Altogether, Americans volunteered nearly 6.9 billion hours, worth an estimated $167 billion in economic value, based on the Independent Sector’s estimate of the average value of a volunteer hour for 2017. Millions more are supporting friends and family (43.1 percent) and doing favors for their neighbors (51.4 percent), suggesting that many are engaged in acts of “informal volunteering.”

“The fabric of our nation is strengthened by the service of its volunteers. When we stand side-by-side to help others, our differences fade away and we learn that Americans have more in common than we realize,” said Barbara Stewart, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service.


RFL Academy Resilient Leadership – April 3, 2020 w/ Theresa Anuszewski & Michelle Lefebvre

When: Fri, April 3, 2020 from 6:30 am – 5:30 pm Where: CMC Aspen Campus, 255 Sage Way, Aspen, CO 81611 Open Volunteer Spots: 4

In this session, we accommodate the first 4 volunteers who sign up. If the session is filled up and you’d like to be an alternate if needed, please email info@rfleadership.org. Volunteers help with unloading supplies, setting up the room, making coffee, helping with food preparation, clean up, supporting the speakers, program participants, and staff. Resilient Leadership – an opportunity develop resilient leadership skills and for learn more about team and personal feedback with Theresa Anuszewski. Feedback is necessary for effective leadership. Leaders often become isolated and do not receive the feedback they need to make good business decisions and improve their…Find Out More

RFL Academy Conscious Transition – May 1, 2020 w/ Greg Cortopassi

When: Fri, May 1, 2020 from 6:30 am – 6:30 pm Where: Snowmass Cottages, 26801 CO-82, Old Snowmass, CO 81654 Open Volunteer Spots: 2

In this session, we accommodate the first 2 volunteers who sign up. If the session is filled up and you’d like to be an alternate if needed, please email info@rfleadership.org. Volunteers help with unloading supplies, setting up the room, making coffee, helping with food preparation, clean up, supporting the speakers, program participants, and staff. Greg Cortopassi returns to help celebrate the year of learning and to share your accomplishments and align your intentions as community leaders. Project Presentations will also be part of this day. You must be an RFL Academy Alumni to volunteer for this session.…Find Out More