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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: 5
Habitat for Humanity seeks experienced residential construction volunteer to regularly lead groups of construction volunteers.
Category: Public/Societal Benefit
The Development Assistant Volunteer will perform a variety of office tasks depending on project deadlines in the Independence office. This will include typing and sending donation acknowledgments, making phone calls, data entry, scheduling meetings, and other administrative tasks as assigned by the Development Director. This position helps to extend the resources of Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity to better assist our supporters and those we serve.
Category: Public/Societal Benefit
Help bridge the digital divide through instructing digital literacy classes.
Category: Public/Societal Benefit
4.01K Race for Financial Fitness Volunteers Needed! May 4, 2019-National WWI Museum and Memorial
Category: Public/Societal Benefit
Avon does it with makeup. Tupperware does it with plasticware. What would happen if we approached backyard edible gardening with the same kind of zeal? And only required seeds as payment? Clement Waters Retreat is taking a new approach toward urban agriculture education.
Category: Public/Societal Benefit

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