Board of Directors
Type of Organization: Arts, Performance & Edu
We connect skilled volunteers to underserved youth in the areas of art music and dance.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 872-9936
Offer Valid: January 20, 2020February 10, 2020
City in Motion School of Dance is looking for volunteer Desk Monitors
Volunteers keep our City in Motion
City in Motion School of Dance needs volunteers to greet dancers as they come to class, sign them in and perform other duties based on your interests, skills, and time availability. 

Our volunteers are the 'Face' of City in Motion and must be well organized and comfortable with public interaction. Time slots to be filled are Monday through Thursday 4:30-8:00 pm.  We also have volunteer hour slots on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons.  City in Motion Desk Monitor volunteer earn free dance classes. We are looking for very responsible person to join our supportive team and help keep our City in Motion.
Contact Information
phone: (913) 645-8183
Offer Valid: December 16, 2019March 30, 2020
Folly Theater Volunteer
Support Kansas City's Most Historic Theater!

Since the Folly reopened in 1982, the Grand Lady of Twelfth Street has relied on dedicated volunteers to give their time and keep her shining. Today the Folly hosts over 100 performances a year and the demand for volunteers, both in the theater and the office, is higher than ever. If you have a love for our 119-year-old theater, good music, or just want to give back, we invite you to join our team!


The benefits of being a Folly Volunteer include:
  • The chance to see world-class entertainers
  • A monthly calendar with news of upcoming events and activities
  • Special pre-sale offers and discounted tickets to Folly sponsored events
  • Recognition programs including an annual party, awards, monthly prizes, and other activities
  • Free parking in the garage next door during performances
  • The personal satisfaction and positive feeling of knowing you are helping to preserve a Kansas City treasure for generations to come
Contact Information
phone: (816) 842-5500
Offer Valid: January 6, 2020June 30, 2020
Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation
Through Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet and our education, scholarship and grantmaking programs, BTLLF carries on the legacies of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their foundations.

Organization Name: Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation
Mission Statement: To provide support in the greater Kansas City area for crisis related medical assistance, neighborhood school health grants, and health education programs and services. To seek philanthropic support for these areas of emphasis. To preserve the legacies of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their charitable foundations.
Type of Organization: Health Services, Health Scholarships & Grantmaking, and support for Health Education
We are looking for individuals with a passion for healthcare and expertise in: Health & Human Services, Human Resources, Law, Poverty/Low-Income & Homeless Populations, Re-Entry Population
Desired industry affiliations or community connections: Health & Human Services, Law, Human Resources
What is the designated term for board service? Directors serve a two-year term and may serve three successive terms.
How often does the board meet? The Board of Directors meets bi-monthly at 8:00 a.m. on the second Thursday of alternating months. In 2020, meetings are scheduled for February, April, June, August, October and December.
What personal or financial contribution is expected of each board member? Board members are asked to give commensurate with their capacity (100% participation is highly desirable).
Any additional board expectations: Each Director is asked to serve on one of three committees:

  • Medical Assistance Committee, which provides guidance and oversight to Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet. KCMC is a $2 million program that provides low-income individuals across the Greater Kansas City area with access to vital medical services. The Committee meets bi-monthly; in 2020, meetings are scheduled for January, March, May, July, September and November.

  • Health Education Committee, which provides guidance and oversight to BTLLF's scholarship and grantmaking programs, and education initiatives (the Orear Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies, the Research Family Medicine Residency Program and others). The Committee meets bi-monthly; in 2020, meetings are scheduled for January, March, May, July, September and November.

  • Finance Committee, which monitors and makes decisions concerning BTLLF's investments. The Committee meets at least twice per year, typically in June and November.

Our organization carries directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance.
Contact Information:
Beth Radtke, Executive Director
Phone: 816 276 7515

Contact Information
phone: (816) 276-7515
Offer Begins: February 13, 2020
Board Chair and Members Needed
Dynamic Leader and Passionate Individuals to Grow a Nonprofit
A new year, a new name, a new board needed. Mental Health Connect of Missouri (formerly In God's Corner Ministry) has made a dramatic name change to better reflect our purpose: mental health awareness, education, and encouragement. We are in need of a board chair and several board members to lead us into the future. The nonprofit was established in April 2018.

Our programs include symposiums, workshops, speaking and presentations, a support group, and a podcast.

We are looking for individuals passionate about promoting mental wellness. We are a faith-based organization and hope to find people experienced in leadership, administration, and working as a team. Special needs include mental health professionals, attorneys, pastors, etc.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 589-0356
Offer Valid: January 21, 2020March 31, 2020
Board Member
Board Members Needed
About Us
Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center is organized as a Missouri not-for-profit corporation and operates exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.

The purpose of Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center, Inc is to bring together individuals interested in promoting academic excellence, engaging in community events, and raising funds to supplement funds for Tomlin Academy LLC. 

Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center, Inc is committed to supporting the programs, projects, services and professional development in support of Tomlin Academy LLC.

Criteria/Expectations for Board Members

  • Willing to serve up to two three-year terms as an elected member (or serve some portion thereof if appointed to fill the remainder of a vacant, unexpired term)
  • Committed to attending 4 board meetings per year with an excused absence
  • Willing to participate actively in one or more committees and carry out appropriate assignments outside monthly board meetings
  • Willing to serve as an officer or in other leadership roles
  • Willing to provide reports on Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center activities and Foundation Board meetings
  • Agrees to record volunteer hours each month and submit to the Volunteer Services Coordinator
  • Attends as many Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center-sponsored library activities as possible
  • Acts as an ambassador for Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center in a formal and informal capacity
If interested, please submit a note of interest and a copy of your resume to Shantelle Tomlin at Inquiries welcomed!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Begins: January 31, 2019
Board Member
The mission of the Urban Ranger Corps is to help prepare at-risk inner city youth for responsible and productive futures through a program of disciplined work experience and service in their community; leadership development; and individualized planning for post-High School careers. 

The Urban Ranger Corps (URC) makes available to boys and young men ages 12-18 attending middle or high schools in the Kansas City Missouri School District or a Kansas City Charter School, a unique opportunity to develop the appropriate life skills necessary for them to become successful and contributing members of society.  URC is designed to assist boys and young men in discovering their individual talents, skills and abilities while guiding them successfully from childhood to adulthood. 

The young men we serve live in high-risk Kansas City neighborhoods having the highest police referral rates to Family Court (64100, 64127, 64128, 64130, 64132); all are enrolled in public or charter schools in Kansas City; the majority of them come from single parent households living at or below the poverty level; and  all are exposed to prevelant criminogenic factors that include neighborhood economic deprivation; high crime and violence rates; availability of drugs; low expectations/aspirations for school; and chronic absenteeism.  Our goal is to enroll young men in the program the summer before they enter 7th grade and retain them in the program until they graduate high school. 

We are looking for volunteers with expertise in:  Development, Marketing and Fundraising
Desired industry affiliations or community connections:  Construction, Tech/Start Up Companies and Marketing/Communications
Board  members serve a 3 year term with a maximum of 2 terms.  The Board meeting six times a year on the third Monday of the month

Each board member is expected to fund raise for the organization, through personal giving or leveraging of personal connections and networks.  We ask each board member to sponsor or solicit one table for the annual dinner and support special events.  Board members are also expected to:
  • Serve on at least one Board committee and fully participate in the activities of that committee.
  • Regularly attend Board and committee meetings unless excused.
  • Attend and support URC fundraising events and other activities.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 333-6455
Offer Valid: November 26, 2019January 31, 2020
Board Member
KC-Based Endangered Species Nonprofit Seeks Board Members
American Wolf Foundation was founded in 2018 to provide support for endangered wolf conservation, awareness and coexistence initiatives, with a special focus on the critically-endangered American red wolf (C. rufus), once native to Missouri. AWF is structured with a Board of Directors to manage the organization and an Advisory Board to provide input on science and policy. On Giving Tuesday 2019, American Wolf Foundation launched a bold new campaign to raise $150,000 to help build at least 30 new enclosures for red wolves in captivity to double the captive population, a critical step USFWS says is necessary to ensure the continued existence of the species, and a future reintroduction of a new wild population.

AWF is seeking Board members that are passionate, hands-on, and willing to put in the time to build this incredible organization into a nationwide nonprofit dedicated to endangered wolf conservation, supporting the many facilities involved in captive breeding of American red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. We are interested in Board members of all stripes, and particularly interested in increasing the diversity of our Board. However, our most urgent need is more Board members with grantwriting, financial planning, and donor solicitation skills, and the follow-through to take on those activities personally.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 873-1787
Offer Valid: December 4, 2019February 29, 2020
Board Member - HopeBUILDERS Home Repair
Helping others live in safety, comfort and dignity

HopeBUILDERS was founded in 2000 by a group of local volunteers with a passion for improving the lives of people in need across Kansas City.  With a desire to use their various construction-related skills to help others, founders organized volunteers to complete its first home repair project in October 2000.  Today, HopeBUILDERS continues with its mission to help people in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area throughout the year live in safety, comfort and dignity by providing accessibility solutions and home repairs to financially-challenged and underserved elderly individuals and people or families with disabilities.

It's an exciting time to become involved with HopeBUILDERS.  In September 2019, the organization hired it's first full-time Executive Director and the organization is preparing for great things and growing services in 2020.  We anticipate serving 68 unique clients in 2019 and completing 95 client projects including building residential wheelchair ramps, bathroom modifications, door-widening and other accessibility modifications, as well as major and minor home repairs.

Contact us if you have an interest in learning more about HopeBUILDERS and the opportunity to serve on our Board of Trustees or on various sub-committees of the organization.  We are specifically looking to recruit members of the community from Wyandotte County, individuals with a background in banking, finance and/or accounting, and individuals with experience in PR, communications and marketing.  

If you'd like to learn more about HopeBUILDERS and our open board and committee positions, please contact us at  Thank you!


Contact Information
phone: (816) 343-4603
Offer Valid: December 6, 2019January 31, 2020
Board Member with work Experience in Single Family Residential Construction or Housing Development
Building the Best Board in Eastern Jackson County

Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity seeks an active board member to make a transformative impact. 

Especially seeking a board member with work experience in Single Family Residential construction or housing development.  The board member must live in Jackson County, preferably Eastern Jackson County (Independence, Blue Springs, etc).  

Now taking applications from prospective board members that want to bring real value to the organization, who feel comfortable assisting with visioning.

Job Description: Board Member

Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity (THHFH) is a Christian organization that builds and
rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of homeowner families and volunteers. Truman
Habitat is an affiliate office of Habitat for Humanity International and works to improve the living
conditions for low-income families in Eastern Jackson County, Missouri. Our non-profit
organization works in partnership with people in need from all walks of life to develop
communities by building safe, decent, and affordable housing. We are purposed to serve our
mission of putting God’s love into action building homes, communities, and hope.
Description: Are you passionate about eliminating poverty housing and homelessness? The
benefits of affordable housing are many – stronger communities, improved health and
academic achievement for children and revitalizing distressed neighborhoods. At Truman
Heritage Habitat for Humanity our vision is that everyone has a decent, affordable place to live.
The Board of Directors supports the work of Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity and provides
mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by
the affiliate’s chief executive officer (CEO), the Board/CEO relationship is a partnership, and the
appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected.

Three Legal Duties: (From "Duties of Board Members" by Habitat For Humanity International)

1. Duty of Care: Directors and officers must perform their responsibilities in good faith and
with the same care an ordinary person would use in managing his/her own affairs.
2. Duty of Loyalty: Directors and officers must act in good faith and in a manner which
does not harm the organization to the benefit of the director or officer. Avoid any
conflicts of interest or appearances of impropriety.
3. Duty of Obedience: Directors and officers must comply with the provisions of the articles
of incorporation, bylaws, and state laws, and should safeguard Habitat's mission and
Christian witness.

Primary responsibilities include:

 Leadership, Governance, and Oversight
 Know Habitat for Humanity’s mission, purposes, goals, policies, programs, services,
strengths, and needs
 Serve as a trusted advisor to the CEO as s/he develops and implements THHFH’s strategic
 Review outcomes and metrics created by THHFH for evaluating its impact, and regularly
measuring its performance and effectiveness using those metrics; reviewing agenda and
supporting materials prior to board and committee meetings
 Approve THHFH’s annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being
informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities
 Contribute to an annual performance evaluation of the CEO
 Assist the CEO and board chair in identifying and recruiting other Board Members who
are clearly women and men of achievement and who can make significant
contributions to the work of the board and Habitat’s progress
 Partner with the CEO and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are
carried out
 Serve on committees or task forces and take on special assignments, as needed
 Represent THHFH to stakeholders; act as an ambassador for the organization
 Ensure THHFH’s commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects the communities
THHFH serves
 Counsel the CEO as appropriate to offer support in his/her own difficult relationships with
groups or individuals
 Serve in leadership positions on the basis of information received from individuals and
urge those with grievances to follow established policies to bring such matters to the
attention of the board. Follow trends and issues affecting Habitat for Humanity.
 Prepare for and participate in board and committee meetings, asking timely and
substantive questions, maintaining confidentiality and speaking for the board when
authorized to do so.


 THHFH Board Members will consider the affiliate a philanthropic priority and make annual
gifts that reflect that priority. So that THHFH can credibly solicit contributions from
foundations, organizations, and individuals, THHFH expects to have 100 percent of Board
Members make an annual contribution that is commensurate with their capacity.
 Assist the fundraising/development committee and staff by implementing fund-raising
strategies to ensure that adequate funds are raised to support the affiliate's policies and
 Attend fundraising events and other affiliate sponsored events (ground breaking
ceremonies, house blessings, concerts, etc.) to show support for the organization


This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about THHFH’s mission and
who has a track record of board leadership. Selected Board Members will have achieved
leadership stature in business, government, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector. His/her
accomplishments will allow him/her to attract other well-qualified, high-performing Board

Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:
 Extensive professional experience with significant executive leadership accomplishments in
business, government, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector
 A commitment to and understanding of THHFH’s beneficiaries, preferably based on
 Savvy diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and persuading,
convening, facilitating, and building consensus among diverse individuals
 A demonstrated interest in the affiliate's mission and goals.
 Specific experience and/or knowledge in at least one area: human resources, planning,
fund raising, building, finance, community relations, or organizational operation.
 A willingness to represent Habitat to the community.
 Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives of THHFH’s

Contact Information
phone: (816) 461-6551
Offer Valid: December 3, 2019February 28, 2020
Board Treasurer
Be part of an innovaBtive mission-driven team.
The Marlborough Community Coalition (MCC) is an association of residents, businesses, and partners for our diverse and historic neighborhood that serves to promote the neighborhood as a healthy, sustainable, and vibrant community by:
  • Engaging residents, institutions, and businesses
  • Finding innovative solutions to entrenched urban problems and misconceptions
  • Utilizing housing, green space, and the arts as core revitalization approaches
  • Advocating for equitable treatment and resources
 MCC is 10 years old. MCC boundaries are Gregory to 89th St., Troost to US 71. Organizational information can be found at and

MCC seeks a board member who will share their passion for the organization’s mission by giving of their accounting and financial management skills with the organization through serving as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors.

The Board is composed of up to 15 diverse members who each bring unique experiences and perspectives to MCC’s work. MCC board members are responsible for routine governance issues and, because there has been no paid staff to-date, many board members have taken on administrative and program leadership and support roles. MCC has had part-time contract support with specific responsibilities related to creating a healthy community and now fundraising. It is MCC’s goal to hire program staff before the end of 2020. It is anticipated that a part-time bookkeeper would be hired as a contractor. The 2020 budget is projected to be approximately $150,000. MCC does not receive federal grant funding. Ralph C. Johnson, CPA performed an audit for FY 2018. He is under contract to perform an audit for FY 2019, as well as the IRS 990 Filing. MCC uses Quickbooks online. MCC has a Financial Policies and Procedures Manual and a Conflict of Interest Policy.

The primary roles and responsibilities of the MCC Treasurer include:
  • Convene the Board Finance Committee and serve as a non-voting member
  • Oversee audits
  • Provide input to the annual operating budget
  • Prepare monthly financial statements and complete monthly bank reconciliations
  • Oversee preparation of IRS 990 filings
  • Issue IRS W-9 forms
  • Hold and deposit checks and cash payable to MCC
  • Prepare checks, log information in Quickbooks, and secure approvals as outlined in the MCC Financial Policies and Procedures Manual (subject to change with the hiring of a bookkeeper)
  • Share responsibilities for approval of Invoice and Expense Reimbursement Requests as outlined in the MCC Financial Policies and Procedures Manual
 General MCC board member responsibilities include:
  • 3-year term.  April 1 – March 31. Maximum 6 years of consecutive service.
  • Adequate preparation for and active participation in 7 out of 11 monthly board meetings (3rd Monday of each month (except December) 6:30-8:00 p.m
  • Attendance and active participation in 7 out of 11 monthly community meetings. 4th Tuesday of each month (except December) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
  • Support of MCC sponsored community activities such as offering volunteer hours at the annual Youth Art Festival, neighborhood clean-ups, and pocket park workdays.
  • Annual financial contribution at a level each board member personally determines.
Familiarity with GAAP principles, Quickbooks, non-profit financial reporting and fiduciary responsibilities are needed to fulfill this volunteer position. A background check will be performed and references requested.

Please contact us via email or phone with questions. Send us your resume if you like. We have a short application to send to you if you are interested. We look forward to learning about you and sharing the exciting revitalization activities happening in Marlborough!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 866-6279
Offer Valid: January 5, 2020March 1, 2020
City in Motion is seeking board members
Seeking board members for City in Motion!
City in Motion Dance Theater, Inc, Kansas City’s oldest Modern Dance nonprofit organization, seeks board members to help us bring high-quality dance performance to the Kansas City area.  We are looking for inspiring team members from all backgrounds and experiences.  We prefer individuals with an appreciation for the movement arts and an active Kansas City network.  Our ideal candidates will have a combination of experience that could include fundraising, social media, marketing, leading small committees and supporting performance venues.  Now accepting applications from engaged Kansas Citians that shares our vision: “Dance is for everyBODY”.

City in Motion Dance Theater, Inc, Kansas City’s oldest Modern Dance nonprofit organization, seeks board members to help us bring high-quality dance performance to the Kansas City area.  We are looking for inspiring team members from all backgrounds and experiences.  We prefer individuals with an appreciation for the movement arts and an active Kansas City network.  Our ideal candidates will have a combination of experience that could include fundraising, social media, marketing, leading small committees and supporting performance venues.  Now accepting applications from engaged Kansas Citians that shares our vision: “Dance is for everyBODY”.
Contact Information
phone: (913) 702-4464
Offer Valid: December 13, 2019April 30, 2020
Accounting Volunteer
Quickbooks King or Queen Needed!


Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center, Inc. is an educational facility located in South Kansas City. We provide kindergarten readiness programs to students across the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.  We are looking for a volunteer who can help us set up our records in QuickBooks and generate monthly and annual financial reports. 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Valid: November 1, 2019May 31, 2020
Data Entry Volunteer
Effortlessly manages all your information.


Sometimes seemingly tedious tasks can have an immeasurable effect on the success of an organization. Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center is seeking a reliable and detail-oriented volunteer to enter data into our database.

Major Job Responsibilities:
  • Entering data from our daily, weekly, monthly reports in the computer system.
  • Assist with the preparation of correspondences and mailings regarding Foundation programs.
  • Keep track of received data and documents.
  • Input collected data into an electronic spreadsheet and/or donor database.
  • Ensure that all data is entered accurately.
  • Review all information entered and make corrections where necessary.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all data entered.
  • Perform other clerical duties as required.
Volunteer Requirements:
  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Accurate and detail-oriented.
  • Ability to work well independently.
  • Must have a keen eye and attention to detail.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and data processing.
  • Must have a positive attitude.
  • You must be available to work at our office during business hours.
  • Background checks will be completed.
Contact: Please email
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Valid: December 1, 2019December 1, 2020
Grant Writer
Show Us The Money!!
We are looking for someone who can help us with preparing and submitting grant applications. Our nonprofit supports the operation of Tomlin Academy LLC an early childhood center located in South Kansas City.  
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Valid: December 1, 2019December 1, 2020
Office Assistant Volunteer
Multi-tasking is second nature

Office Assistant Job Description

Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center is looking for an Office Assistant to be responsible for handling clerical tasks in our office. You will be handling incoming phone calls and other communications, greeting clients and visitors, as well as managing files, updating paperwork and other documents, and performing other general office clerk duties and errands.

Office Assistant Responsibilities:

  • Handling incoming calls and other communications.
  • Managing filing system.
  • Recording information as needed.
  • Greeting clients and visitors as needed.
  • Updating paperwork, maintaining documents and word processing.
  • Helping organize and maintain office common areas.
  • Performing general office clerk duties and errands.
  • Coordinating events as necessary.
  • Maintaining supply inventory.
  • Maintaining office equipment as needed.
  • Creating, maintaining, and entering information into databases.

Office Assistant Requirements:

  • High school diploma or associate’s degree.
  • Experience as an office assistant or in related field.
  • Ability to write clearly and help with word processing when necessary.
  • Warm personality with strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work well under limited supervision.
  • Great communication skills.
  • Have a valid driver license.
  • Successful completion of a background check
  • Physical in good standing
  • Negative TB test
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Valid: November 1, 2019May 31, 2020
Surgical Operative Support (SOS)
Help keep our surgery clinic on pace!
Surgical Operative Support (SOS) Volunteers help keep our surgery staff on schedule by building surgical packets, cutting surgical drapes and cleaning instruments.  You'll be surrounded by furry friends and fabulous staff during your shift.  Having an SOS volunteer on the schedule is a true help to us at SNKC.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 353-0940
Offer Valid: November 22, 2019March 31, 2020
JET Express Drivers
Just One Ride a Month Can Make a World of Difference to a Senior!
Looking for a way to make a real difference in someone's life? Become a volunteer driver with JET Express, and give aging seniors the gift of mobility and independence. As a volunteer driver, you help seniors get to where they need to go: medical appointments, grocery stores, banks - some even need rides to their own volunteer opportunities!
Giving rides to non-driving seniors keeps our older adults safe on the road and active in the community. Our volunteers also love the friendships that they develop with the seniors they assist. Our volunteer drivers only give rides when they have the time. We offer easy online self-scheduling that allows you to choose when, where, and who you drive.

Our service area includes Johnson and South Jackson County, and most rides average less than 10 miles. You can make a life-changing difference for seniors who want to live independently. To get more information about this great opportunity, please contact us today!

For more information, contact our Volunteer Team at or 913-730-1410 or fill out the online application at:
Contact Information
phone: (913) 730-1410
Offer Valid: April 26, 2016April 30, 2025
JFS Food Pantry- Serving the Kansas City Community
Help Feed over 250 Families each month!
The JFS Food Pantry serves over 250 families each month in the greater Kansas City area. Donate your time by helping shop with food pantry recipients in the grocery shopping area of the food pantry or help deliver food to homebound clients. More information below:

Pantry shopper/stocker:

  • Volunteers act as a “personal shopper” by going around with food pantry recipients and helping them shop for food (the pantry is set up like a small grocery store) and sorting and stocking the food pantry.

  • Shifts are Tues/Thurs 9:30am-12pm & 1:30-4pm, second Tuesday of the month from 5:30-8pm and third Sunday of the month from 9:30 am-12pm & 1:30-4pm

Delivery Drivers:

  • Deliver food to homebound clients on the third Sunday of the month

  • Volunteers can pick up food packages any time between 10am-1pm       

  • Volunteers deliver 3-5 packages and it usually takes 1-2 hours

  • Requires background check, proof of insurance, copy of driver’s license

Contact Information
phone: (913) 730-1410
Offer Valid: April 26, 2016April 30, 2025
Volunteer for the Shepherd's Center of KC while ENCOURAGING HOPE AND DIGNITY!
Personal Hygiene products for home-bound older adults
Personal Hygiene products for home-bound older adults

Shepherd's Center Central distributes incontinence supplies received from Giving the Basics to Home Delivered Meals clients in need.
Who: YOU! We welcome groups. This is a great opportunity for an individual or even a group of co-workers, friends to come in to help make a difference in older adult’s lives
  • Unloading items
  • Sorting supplies/Packaging orders
  • Delivering items and having client interaction (must have valid driver’s license, current insurance and able to pass a background screening)
When: The second Wednesday of each month, beginning February 12th, 2020. Unloading, packing and sorting shift will take place from 10:00 am to approximately 2:00 pm dependent on volunteer task. Drivers will arrive at 1 pm. Most routes take 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Where: Giving the basics is distributed from 5144 Oak St Kansas City Mo
For more information please contact volunteer Manager Bobi Hallak at 816-444-1121 ext 105 or email at to fill out an application today!
Encouraging Hope and Dignity
Contact Information
phone: (816) 444-1121
Offer Valid: January 17, 2020July 31, 2020
Holy Haulers
Our Holy Haulers team is looking for a few folks with flexible weekday schedules to help us get donations picked up.  Help us ensure that no one in Kansas City goes without basic necessities.  Most shifts are only 1-4 hours and offer flexibility.  Please contact to learn more.  No CDL required.  Drivers utilize one of our box trucks or van. 
Contact Information
Offer Valid: November 15, 2019January 31, 2020
Event Planning Committee Help Needed
Non-profit supporting families facing cancer needs volunteers to help on an event planning committee!
KyMel, Inc is a non-profit whose mission is to provide connecting experiences for families on the cancer journey. We currently have two flagship programs: Camp Hope, a camp for kids with cancer, and Camp SIBsational, a camp for the siblings of kids with cancer. We are 100% volunteer run.
This past year we hosted our first annual Kansas City fundraiser called Camp for a Cause.  It raised over $40,000 to help these families facing cancer. We would love to grow that fundraiser to help even more families and thus we are looking to expand and diversify our event planning committee.  Duties would include helping plan the event, volunteering the night of the event, and helping find sponsors.  We anticipate at most one face-to-face meeting every 2 months with other work being done via email.  The event will be in October, 2020.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 734-8821
Offer Valid: January 8, 2020September 1, 2020
Furnishings Operations
Furnishing Homes with Hope
It takes hundreds of volunteers for the Flourish Furnishings ministry to operate.  Many of those volunteers work tirelessly behind the scenes.  We'd love to have you join one of our teams.   Volunteer roles include:  sewing ministry, personal shoppers, sorters, furniture loaders, packers, hospitality, electrical testing, furniture repair and others.

Flourish currently is looking for volunteers to work with our Tues, Thurs or Saturday morning crew.  We'd love to open additional serve days if we can get a team of 10 to commit to serving regularly at another time.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: November 15, 2019December 31, 2020
Minor Home Repair
Use your DIY skills to help seniors!
MLM's Minor Home Repair teams use their skills and energy to make homes safer and and create more dignified enevironments. Projects include handrails, doorbells, doors and door locks, porch repair, smoke detector installation, and minor electrical and plumbing. Ramp buidling is our teams' specialty! All skill levels welcome - you can learn as you work. Projects are scheduled on Tuesdays and on the last Saturday of every month. 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 285-3154
Offer Valid: March 19, 2019March 20, 2020
PREP-KC Volunteer Ambassador
We are looking for dynamic, energetic Ambassadors to assist in recruiting industry volunteers in the Kansas City region.


Since 2006, PREP-KC has created and implemented strategies to improve college and career preparation for Kansas City’s urban students. We host over 150 in-person events and 500 virtual events each year to connect local students with dynamic, engaging industry professionals in Kansas City for career discovery and exploration.

PREP-KC is searching for a team of volunteer Ambassadors to grow our network and increase local participation in volunteering for our in-person and virtual volunteer events.


Education, Networking, Volunteering


Friendly, Social, Active on Social Media (especially LinkedIn, Twitter, and/or Facebook)


Age 18 and older, Cares about Kansas City students and our collective economic future, Dependable internet connection and reliable email communication abilities, Connected to a large network of industry professionals

Preferred Qualifications

Connected to a large network of professionals of color, Connected to a large network of bilingual professionals


Spend two to five hours per month emailing, messaging, calling, and recruiting volunteers for in-person and virtual volunteer events with PREP-KC, Attend a meeting once per quarter with PREP-KC team members to discuss changes in needs and strategies

To learn more about PREP-KC, visit You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

To apply, send an email with your resume and LinkedIn profile to Brittany Verrette, Connector Program Specialist, at with the subject line “Volunteer Ambassador Position.”

Contact Information
phone: (816) 931-7737
SOE Marketplace Program Volunteer
Program Volunteer

The School Of Economics relies on active volunteers to support our staff and mission of teaching children about financial literacy in a fun and engaging environment. Volunteers work in shops with 6-8 elementary-aged students and help them as they learn what it's like to run a business. If you are looking for an incredibly rewarding one-day service opportunity, you have come to the right place!

Contact Information
phone: (816) 224-8171
Offer Valid: September 23, 2019May 29, 2020
Volunteer at Lakemary
Growing Community Together
Since our founding in 1969, Lakemary has looked to the open hearts and dedication of the community in which it is nestled to help us provide a multitude of opportunities for adults and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Because Lakemary offers so many programs and services to the residents and students we serve, there are many volunteer opportunities available that require a varied range of skills, certifications, and preparation. We split these opportunities into two basic classifications: Single visit volunteers will assist Lakemary staff with operational tasks or attend special events where they will be assigned to a team or task by the Volunteer Coordinator. Interactions with individuals served will be supervised by Lakemary’s trained staff

Ongoing volunteers will work directly with the adults or children on our campuses. In these positions, you may be asked to coach, teach, mentor, chaperone, or share a skill/experience with one individual or a group. In many cases, these interactions will be supervised by our trained staff

We know it takes a special person to volunteer and the generous work of people such as yourself ultimately allows us to fulfill our mission to provide an array of services, programs, housing, and valuable experiences for the individuals we serveTo learn more about how to volunteer or to sign up for a current opportunity, give our Volunteer Coordinator a call at (913) 557-4000!
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phone: (913) 557-4000
Volunteer at the Shepherd’s Center of KC Central
Deliver meals and pet food in our service area to adults that are 60+ and homebound.
Volunteer at the Shepherd’s Center of KC Central
Shepherd’s Center’s Home Delivered Meals Program mobilizes volunteers to deliver hot, nutritious meals to individuals, age 60+ or disabled, who are home-bound in the Kansas City service area.

Volunteer opportunities
  • Deliver meals to home bound seniors
  • Package meals for home bound seniors
  • Special Projects (Christmas bags, winter meal packs, pantry grocery delivery)
  • Deliver pet food bi-weekly.
We can set up a volunteer schedule that works with yours. Whether that be once a week, once a month or as needed. Currently we have open routes on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s. Routes are typically an hour to an hour and a half with the shift times beginning at 10:45 am.
If you are interested please contact volunteer manager Bobi Hallak at or 816-444-1121 ext. 105 to fill out a volunteer application and set up a time for an orientation.  
Nine million seniors face the threat of hunger, and millions more live alone in isolation. With the senior population expected to double by 2060. You can make a difference!
**Must be 18 years or older, have a valid driver’s license and able to pass a background check
Contact Information
phone: (816) 444-1121
Offer Valid: December 3, 2019March 21, 2020
Digital Literacy Instructor/Aid
"Connected Future For All"

Position Title: Digital Literacy Instructor/Aid 

Position Description:

Connecting For Good is looking for enthusiastic and motivated volunteers to help us teach a range of digital literacy classes to residents of urban core communities who lack internet connection, home computers, and the knowledge of how to benefit from using them. These skilled volunteers help to teach existing classes and curricula, as well as developing new and creative courses to attract and motivate individuals to learn digital skills for improving their social and economic well-being.  Duties include learning, practicing, and teaching classes at our two base centers of operation or at our mobile workshops. 


  • Knowledge of basic computer, internet, and Microsoft Office skills

  • Ability to work in a one on one/group setting

  • Outstanding verbal and written communications skills

  • Exhibits genuine enthusiasm and empathy working with both staff and clients in the nonprofit sector

  • Can be able to work occasional evenings or during business hours

  • Must pass background check (only if you are teaching in our youth programming) 

  • Must be at least 18

  • Must attend orientation and training session


  • We will work with your schedule 
  • Weekday regular business hours, evenings or weekends 

Experience working in a non profit organization
Teaching Experience
Volunteer Recognition Events (ie, socials, certificates of appreciation, and thank you cards)

Reports to:    Education Manager 

Start Date:     ASAP

To Apply :     Apply at or email:

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Volunteer Content Editor for Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity Website
Experienced with WordPress? Share your skills to help a well-known nonprofit.

Volunteer Content Editor for Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity Website


Experienced with WordPress?  Share your skills to help a well-known nonprofit.  

Get experience volunteering for a well-known nonprofit.  Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity (local Habitat for Eastern Jackson County) is looking for a content editor volunteer who is very comfortable with WordPress and can use Divi Elegant Themes to help us get content up and formatted on our recently updated website.  Add additional pages, update content, add sponsors, update events, news, and blog-style content.  Focus is on getting content on the website but opportunities exist to create content if that is of interest. 

Two phases: 1) Initial project:  Get all our current information up and formatted well for desktop and mobile (current services/programs, Women’s outreach, Veterans Build, Capital Campaign, photos, events, forms, etc.)  2) provide ongoing updates to the website (new sponsors, photos, events, news updates, story content, etc).  Two phases could be done by different volunteers or one volunteer.

Happy to provide a letter of reference for a great volunteer.  Volunteer applicants will be screened by our Web Developer/Admin for experience level. 

Contact Information
phone: (816) 832-4560
Offer Valid: January 10, 2020March 31, 2020
Tech Volunteer
Digital Equity For All

Position Title: Tech Volunteer 

Purpose: The purpose of the tech volunteer is to work with our tech team to help get our computers in the hands of nonprofit organizations or the low income populations. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Sorting computers that come into our facility 
  • Taking our computers through the wiping process
  • Help build computers with the proper requirements  
  • Potentially assisting staff member with a network build 


  • 18 & Older
  • Basic knowledge of computer rebuilds and network rebuilds 
  • Flexibility, patience and willingness to learn 

Support: Volunteers will receive an orientation and job-specific training. A background check will be required before start date if you are working with sensitive material. 

 Reports to: Education Manager or Technology Manager 

Time Commitment: We will work with you on your avability  

Location: Connecting For Good Warehouse 

                518 Santa Fe St 

                Kansas City, MO 64105


For more information please email: or call (816)-559-7077 

Contact Information
phone: (816) 559-7077
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