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Volunteer Opportunities and Board Positions

We list volunteer opportunities and open board positions in the Kansas City region. Browse the list to find nonprofit organizations in need of individual and group volunteers, as well as skilled board members.

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Results Found: 8
Looking for a fun team-building outdoor experience? Volunteer with our Heartland Tree Alliance program to plant small trees in a riparian area near Shoal Creek (north of the river) in Kansas City, Missouri! Riparian areas are the interface between land and a river or stream. These areas are significant in environmental management because of their role in soil conservation, habitat biodiversity and the influence they have on fauna and aquatic ecosystems.
Category: Environment/Animals
Are you passionate about recycling? Help your community and the environment by volunteering at our Red Bridge Community Recycling Centers! Your volunteer service is so important - recycling preserves forests; keeps oil, natural gas, and minerals in the ground; and prevents air and water pollution. Our recycling centers are unique in that we accept items not recycled curbside and provide options to the many people who do not have recycling available at home.
Category: Environment/Animals
Volunteer to plant street trees in the Eastwood Hills neighborhood near Raytown Road and I-435 in Kansas City, Missouri! These trees will shade the street and sidewalk, provide stormwater retention and pollutant filtration from the air and water. They will also provide numerous benefits to the community, including: increasing property values, reducing crime rates and even slowing traffic.
Category: Environment/Animals
Volunteer to plant street trees in the Woodneath neighborhood near I-35 and 152 Highway in the northland, Kansas City, Missouri! These trees will shade the street and sidewalk, provide stormwater retention and pollutant filtration from the air and water. They will also provide numerous benefits to the community, including: increasing property values, reducing crime rates and even slowing traffic.
Category: Environment/Animals
Volunteer with Heartland Tree Alliance to plant street trees in the Timber Hill neighborhood near Wornall Rd and 125th Terrace in Kansas City, Missouri! These trees will shade the street and sidewalk, provide stormwater retention and pollutant filtration from the air and water. They will also provide numerous benefits to the community, including: increasing property values, reducing crime rates and even slowing traffic.
Category: Environment/Animals
Are you passionate about recycling? This is an excellent opportunity for retired folks to stay active and make a difference in the community! Help your community and the environment by volunteering at our Red Bridge Community Recycling Center! Recycling preserves forests; keeps oil, natural gas, and minerals in the ground; and prevents air and water pollution. Bridging The Gap’s Community Recycling Centers are essential because they accept items not recycled curbside and provide options to the many people w
Category: Environment/Animals
Looking for a fun team-building outdoor experience? Volunteer with our Heartland Tree Alliance program to plant small trees in a riparian area near Shoal Creek (north of the river) in Kansas City, Missouri! Riparian areas are the interface between land and a river or stream. These areas are significant in environmental management because of their role in soil conservation, habitat biodiversity and the influence they have on fauna and aquatic ecosystems.
Category: Environment/Animals
Volunteer to plant street trees in the Woodneath neighborhood near I-35 and 152 Highway in the northland, Kansas City, Missouri! These trees will shade the street and sidewalk, provide stormwater retention and pollutant filtration from the air and water. They will also provide numerous benefits to the community, including: increasing property values, reducing crime rates and even slowing traffic.
Category: Environment/Animals

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