How many of us have come down to Copperleaf with the resolution that we’ll find a way give back now that we have the time, but find the options overwhelming? Your Copperleaf Charitable Foundation membership makes it amazingly easy for you to give back in meaningful and even fun ways right here at Copperleaf.  Copperleaf and Copperleaf Charitable Foundation’s broad community connections have cut through the maze of choices for you and have already selected an appropriate portfolio of charities that have been vetted and approved.  We then provide opportunities for our residents to share their time and talents with others who need a “hand up”.

Copperleaf Group Opportunities

The CCF plans group volunteer events for Copperleaf members with several of our charities.  This provides an opportunity for our members to give hands-on help and get to know the charities.


Season 2021-22 Currently Planned Volunteer Group Events


  • Café of Life Thanksgiving Day Dinner – November 25, 2021

  • Golf with Home Base Clients – December 11, 2021

  • Interfaith Charities Foodbank and Christmas Stocking Distribution – December 17, 18, 22, 23. Contact Sherri Veit (608-772-9820) if you would like to volunteer.

  • Community Cooperative Holiday Outreach "Adopt a Family." Deliver gifts to Community Cooperatives by December 17. For more Information: Adopt a Family and Holiday Outreach

  • Sewing Bee – January 26, 2022

  • Community Cooperative Foodbank Distribution – April TBD


This past year Copperleaf members volunteered at these same events, and below are their

Well, there is no doubt – Copperleaf Cares!!  We are so thankful for each of you who participated to come together as a team to provide a hot dinner with all the fixings for 250 people. We appreciate the extra time you gave to shop, cook, prepare, deliver, pack, sort, wrap, tie bows and serve. There were 76 Copperleaf folks who pitched in to make this a success –this was an incredible feat! It is our pleasure to be a part of this community and share with you all the true spirit of Thanksgiving.
Click on the below video link to see Copperleaf members serving Café of Life:
Annual Appeal - YouTube


  • Interfaith Charities Holiday/Christmas Food Distribution

Copperleaf members assisted Interfaith Charities to distribute food packages at their holiday drive thru event.

Click the below video link to see Copperleaf members volunteering at Interfaith Charities
Holiday 2020 Interfaith - YouTube


  • Community Cooperative – Food Preparation and Distribution

A BIG Thank You to Copperleaf members for stepping up and answering the call to volunteer your time to help Community Cooperative eliminate hunger and homelessness in Lee County. On April 12th, The Copperleaf Team of over 22 volunteers helped prepare and package meals in the Community Café and on April 13th distributed groceries to families in need at a mobile drive thru food pantry.

In February, some very dedicated ladies, led by Rae McCall, participated in the annual Copperleaf Sewing Bee where they hand-crafted blankets and pillowcases to donate to children's charities in need. CCF granted funds to this passionate group of women to purchase materials for these very special blankets and pillowcases that will surely brighten the days of some little ones that need it most. This year was a little different as some joined the group at the clubhouse while others worked from their homes. We heard from several of these ladies personally, and they have tremendous passion and pride for this wonderful annual event. Thanks to all of you who participated.
CLICK HERE to view photos of these very giving ladies in action.


Individual Volunteer Opportunities

Many Copperleaf members volunteer their time at local charities on a regular basis, from working at mobile food pantries to being Board members.

Click the below link to see a list of volunteer opportunities at the charities that the CCF support.

Volunteer Opportunities at CCF supported charities.


If you have any questions regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact:

Volunteer Coordinator, Frank Morrison.