Our SnowBusters program connects members of the community with seniors who face challenges clearing snow from sidewalks around their home, oftentimes leading to a fine from the city. After a storm hits, our volunteers visit seniors’ homes to shovel snow, provide friendly interactions, and promote safety and peace of mind.


Sign up to receive snow cleanup—and warm conversation—from people in your community who are happy to help.


Sign up to donate your time and skills to help seniors stay safe—and connected—in their homes.

Get Started - Enrollment

Click below to download, print, and complete the client enrollment packet.* Our free services are open to Boulder County residents** ages 60 and better. 

Return your completed enrollment packet to 6325 Gunpark Drive #F, Boulder, CO 80301, and a member of our team will call you to complete your enrollment.

Click below if you prefer to complete your enrollment online (Google Form).

* Call us at 303.443.1933 if you need the enrollment form sent via mail.

** Due to the growing interest in our work, we are currently preparing to expand our services. Sign up to receive notifications when we expand our service areas.

How to request service

Option 1: Call us

Call us at 303.443.1933

A member of our team will be happy to take your request.

Option 2: Email us

* Online request form coming soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more below about our SnowBusters program. If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us or send us an email at info@cultivate.ngo. We would love to assist you!

You can start requesting services after we receive your paperwork.

There’s no fee, but we happily accept donations.

Because we rely on volunteer availability and skill, we do not guarantee services. But we have a 90+ percent success rate.

The client is responsible for any tools needed (with the exception of volunteer transportation).

If there is more than an inch of snow and no forecast of sun (melting) the volunteer will come within 24 hours after it stops snowing.

Not necessarily, the intention of IceBusters is to keep your sidewalks clear and provide you safe access in and out of your house.

If you have Ice Melt that you want used, let your volunteer know. They do not provide Ice Melt.