Volunteer at Science City's Newest Exhibit- Let's Play!
Help create a magical experience for babies, crawlers, toddlers and their caregivers!

**Interested volunteers must submit an application at UnionStation.org/volunteers**

Position Summary:
 The Let’s Play Greeter is one of the many faces of Science City and is the first person guests engage with when they arrive at one of our newest areas, created specifically for children ages 0 through 3. The tasks of this position includes: greeting guests with a friendly smile; answering questions; and most importantly, keeping an accurate count of the number of guests in the area, both to maximize guest experience as well maintain capacity to meet fire code. The Greeter plays in important role in the overall experience our youngest guests and their caregivers have while at Science City.

 

Qualifications: Previous experience providing customer service is preferred for this position. In addition:

  • Must be approachable, have a pleasant demeanor and a positive attitude.
  • Good communication skills and enjoy communicating with children, especially babies and toddlers and their caregivers.
  • Working knowledge of exhibits and attractions inside Science City as well as across Union Station.
  • Ability to learn and understand the venue.
  • Ability to work with crowds and remain calm in difficult or stressful situations.

Description of Duties:

  • Greet guests as they enter Let’s Play and ensure the child is not yet 4 years of age. Siblings over 4 are allowed in if they promise to be a good big brother or sister or sit and read quietly.
  • Answer questions regarding Union Station and its exhibits and attractions.

Volunteer Shifts:

  • Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00am-1:30pm; 1:30pm-5:00pm
  • Sunday: 12:00pm-5:00pm
  • Monday (holidays and summer hours): 10:00am-1:30pm; 1:30pm-5:00pm


Science City OverviewScience City at Union Station, Kansas City, is a dynamic, hands-on science center featuring more than 300 individual interactive exhibits and daily programming. Kids of all ages experience the amazing world of science first-hand through fun and engaging exhibits and programs. In addition to changing monthly themes and daily programs/activities open to all guests, Science City (SC) offers onsite curriculum-based programs to K-12 school groups, outreach programs and an 8-week science summer camp. STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education is at the core of everything that happens in SC, be it exhibits, demonstrations, shows, presentations or special events and programs. Annually, more than 325,000 guests visit Science City. Visit www.sciencecity.com for more information.

Contact Information
phone: (816) 460-2020
Offer Begins: March 14, 2020
GUILDit Art/Biz - Seeking Volunteers & Committee Members
Be a part of GUILDit's art/biz and help grow the culture and economy.
About GuildIt
For the past 7 years, GUILDit has hosted an array of artists who present their business to an audience, for a healthy dose of brainstorming on business solutions. Diversity is a core value. 

Programs
Monthly forums and workshops, plus special events that include panels, lectures, speed networking, art shows, and other business-building events throughout the year. 

Forums/Workshops Are Once A Month
4th Thursday, 12-1pm, online or at various art venues, mainly in KCMO. 

>>> Volunteer for a task: 
- Use the form on the site to mark tasks you are interested in: https://guildit.org/?page_id=1859

>>> Or volunteer for 1 of 2 Committees:

> Sustaining Committee Description 
~ Give insight and act on marketing and fundraising, tasks, plus give input on some programming
- Staff, board, and volunteers serve on the committees 

- 6-9 meetings a year with 2-3 that can be missed (most will have a video/call-in option)
- Attend at least 3 of our forums or other events per year (forums have online option)
- Total hour commitment of ~25 hours a year

> Strategic Committee Description 
~ Give insight and act on strategic planning tasks. Plans include organizational structure to financial portfolios. Plus give input on some programming.
- Staff, board, and volunteers serve on the committees 

- 6-7 meetings a year with 2-3 that can be missed (most will have a video/call-in option)
- Attend at least 3 of our forums or other events per year (forums have online option)
- Total hour commitment of ~25 hours a year

>>> Want to explore becoming a volunteer? Please fill out our form https://guildit.org/?page_id=1859 or submit your resume or link to your LinkedIn Profile to Susana Bruhn at be@guildit.org. Thanks.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: November 19, 2021April 21, 2022
Board Member
Join the board of a nonprofit serving youth
Organization Name: Urban Ranger Corps
 
Mission Statement: 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. 
 
Type of Organization: Youth Development
 
 
We are looking for someone with expertise in: We are seeking community leaders areas of Legal, IT, Marketing and Fundraising
 
Desired industry affiliations or community connections: Legal, marketing and event planning, social media, IT.
 
What is the designated term for board service? Three-year term with a maximum of two terms.
 
 
How often does the board meet?
The board meets six times a year on the third Monday of the month.
 
What personal or financial contribution is expected of each board member? Board members are expected to fund raise for the organization through personal giving or leveraging of personal connections and networks, serve on one board committee and attend and support URC fundraising events and other activities. 
 
 
Any additional board expectations:
 
Our organization carries directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance – yes or no.
Yes
 
Contact Information:
If interested contact Erik Dickinson, President, via email at erik.dickinson@urckc.org
 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 256-3562
website: www.urckc.org
Offer Valid: January 1, 2022March 31, 2022
Board Member - Waldo Area Business Association Board
Volunteer Opportunity

Description

 

About Waldo Area Business Area Business Association

Waldo is a vibrant neighborhood and business District located in the heart of Kansas City. What began in 1841 as the farm of Dr. David Waldo, soon became a bustling neighborhood on the edge of the city – a town unto itself. Waldo has never lost its flavor of a fun, little family neighborhood on the edge of a big city. Today, you’ll find more than 600 businesses in Waldo, 60 percent of which are locally owned, surrounded by a family-oriented neighborhood. It’s a wonderful place to work, shop, live and play!


Board Commitment 

Serving as champions of our community while preserving and advancing our vibrant inclusive culture. 

 
  • Commit to serving one five-year term

  • Maintain membership with the organization

  • 10 monthly board meetings, 2 can be missed

  • Serve on a committee that meets for about an hour monthly

  • Attend at least 2 monthly luncheons or networkings a year

  • Actively participate in fundraising activities

  • Aid in identifying candidates to build upon the board

  • Actively participate in effective planning and establishing policies and other board matters


Interested in becoming a board member?  Please go to www.waldokc.org to fill out the application or contact info@waldokc.org with any questions or concerns.

Contact Information
phone: (816) 286-4523
Board Member 2022-2023
OUR VISION: A Kansas City community committed to health equity for all families – regardless of race, place or circumstance – beginning with a child’s birth through a continuum of care.
Do you have a passion for improving infant and maternal health in Kansas City? Please consider joining the Board of Directors at Nurture KC!
 
The Board meets quarterly, provides strategic input for the organization, monitors finances and program performance, helps develop policies and procedures, and acts as a positive spokesperson for our mission whenever possible.  To learn more and apply, access this Prospective Board of Directors Packet.  We thank you for your time and consideration.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 283-6242
Offer Valid: January 18, 2022April 30, 2022
Board Members
Platte Senior Services, Inc. (PSSI)
Since 1982 Platte Senior Services, Inc. (PSSI) has continuously served Kansas City and Platte County, Missouri seniors with essential services focusing on seniors who are at risk because of malnutrition, isolation, frailty, illness, or disability. 
PSSI is a 501C3 nonprofit organization and champions areas related to senior’s health and wellbeing. Our Board comprises leaders from the nonprofit and for-profit sector who are dedicated to PSSI’s mission.

We are recruiting diverse local thought leaders for our Board to help our organization grow and serve even more seniors and those disabled between the ages of 18 – 59.  We are seeking well-connected leaders who are passionate about our mission and can leverage his/her networks and resources in support of efforts to positively impact our work.  He/she must be a passionate community leader with experience in operations/finance, marketing and community engagement.  Board members serve terms of three years, with an opportunity to serve two consecutive terms.  Board members are required to attend monthly board meetings, approximately two hours each month.  We ask that board members actively support PSSI’s work by contributing financially and by supporting programming and activities that enrich the quality of life for our senior neighbors.

If you have questions, please contact Anne Rogers, Executive Director at arogers@platteseniorcenter.org or call 816-270-4100.
 
 
Contact Information
Offer Valid: October 27, 2021January 31, 2022
Board Prospects
Making change one life at a time
Hi, my name is Doris I am the founder of Beginning of New Hope, I need individuals​ to set on the board an help my organization.



The Beginning of New Hope is currently overseen by an active board composed of family members. As the housing market changes things continue to evolve, the owners and management value the decisions of an independent perspective and ideas from their industries into strategic decision making. The directors will further clarify and segregate the role of management and ownership. The owner sees the addition of independent directors and the next phase in the evolution of the board.

 

As the organization transition from a second-generation organization in which all family members participated in the management and are onboard to a third-generation business with several shareholders who are involved, the oversight provided by an independent board is valued. Owners expect directors to consider and represent the owners’ interests, formulated and monitor and log-term strategic agenda, ensure effective decision-making processes within the business, and serve as advisors to the CEO.

 

Board Responsibilities

 

The Beginning of New Hope seeks seasoned board members who will have an immediate impact on the business. The board members are expected to share their insights and ideas, and to push questions management thinking. A culture of open discussion and debate is always encouraged. Specific responsibilities of the board include:

 

 

  • Review Company performance and identify issues that need to be addressed


 


  • Hold management accountable to achieving strategic, operating, and financial objectives.


 


  • Evaluate strategic alternatives, including acquisitions and divestitures, diversification opportunities, and new revenue streams.


 


  • Review, evaluate and approve the strategic plan.


 


  • Review and approve operating and capital budgets.


 


  • Make capital allocation decisions across various enterprises


 


  • Bring new ideas to the table and share insights form other industries.


 


  • Ensure that owners clarify their vison and objectives in order to provide context for board decision making.


 


  • Ensure a strong management team is in place.


 


  • Enforce appropriate board role and responsibilities, meeting agenda, preparation, facilitation, and evaluation to ensure the board operates effectively.


 

 

 

Board Structure and Commitment

 

The board is currently comprised of the CEO, two owners in management positions and are nonemployee owners. The owners would like to add three  independent directors to join these

Owners. The board meets three times per year, for three quarterly meetings and a strategic planning and budget approval meeting in December. All meetings are held telecommunicate phone, and zoom. Directors will stand annually for election at the April shareholder meeting. Owners hope board members will commit for a minimum of two to years at outset, subject to annual approval by shareholders. Volunteers. The Company provides sufficient insurance coverage in Addition to the indemnification through its corporate bylaws and Articles of incorporation.

 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 299-7577
GUILDit Art/Biz - Seeking Female Board Members
Be a part of GUILDit's growing board to lend expertise in human resources, strategy, finances, communications, nonprofits, leadership, project management, event planning, public relations, ….

About GuildIt
For the past 7 years, GUILDit has hosted an array of artists who present their business to an audience, for a healthy dose of brainstorming on business solutions. Diversity is a core value. 

Programs
Monthly forums and workshops, plus special events that include panels, lectures, speed networking, art shows, and other business-building events throughout the year. 51%+ of our clients and 60%+ of our audience are female. 

Forums/Workshops Are Once A Month
4th Thursday, 12-1pm, online or at various art venues, mainly in KCMO. 

Board Description Highlights  Help build a strong direction and foundation for GuildIt
~ 6 board meetings a year with 2 that can be missed (most will have a video/call-in option)
- 9-11 board members with 2 committees (committees can have non-board members)
- The 2 committees are Strategic and Sustaining, which meet at least 5 times a year
- Be on a committee and attend the majority of its meetings. 

- Attend at least 3 of our forums or other events per year
- Total hour commitment of ~35 hours a year
- Two-year terms with elections staggered to assure continuity of board experience
- Give/Get is not required but encouraged. If choose get will provide methods and leads. 
- Give/Get will vary between executives, managers, industries, artists, and sole proprietors

Want to explore becoming a member? Please submit your resume or link to your LinkedIn Profile to Susana Bruhn at be@guildit.org. Thanks.

Contact Information
Offer Valid: October 22, 2021April 21, 2022
Join our Board (Help Support the Arts)
Help underserved youth access arts opportunities and services
The specific responsibilities may vary due to the mission focus and different phases of an organization’s existence, the basic role and purpose of all nonprofit boards remain the same. There are legal, ethical, and practical reasons to build a board when a nonprofit is created. How can you make a difference? Non-profits require strong organizational skills and structure, and this structure is usually put into place by a nonprofit board of directors.

Board members will be expected to adhere to their fiduciary responsibilities to Creative Emajination's. Additionally, each Board member is expected to publicly support the mission of Creative Emajination's and will be publicly recognized as a member through-out the term. Must be able to commit to a one year term with the option to renew after for two years.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 394-3079
Like Golf? - Seeking Board Members
Represent golf in Kansas
The Kansas Golf Foundation (KGF) is actively recruiting new board members. Our small organization is growing exponentially, and we want new minds to join us! 

The KGF is dedicated to promoting the future and preserving the history of golf in Kansas. We do so through the KS Golf Hall of Fame, the Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship & Grant programs, the new Kansas Junior Golf Hub and more!

Our current board is made up of 7 volunteers spread across Kansas. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about the game of golf and want to help it grow in all areas of the state. For more information, email us at: foundation@kansasgolffoundation.org
Contact Information
Offer Valid: January 4, 2022March 28, 2022
Lead to Read KC Volunteer
Support the social, emotional and reading skills that are foundational for student success!
Lead to Read KC is a reading mentor program where caring adults and students bond over books in high-need classrooms each week. In response to COVID-19, we are offering a digital reading-based mentoring program as well as our traditional in person program. 

Students need the personalized reading and mentoring support Lead to Read KC Reading Mentors provide now more than ever. National studies are showing significant learning loss due to extended COVID-19-related school closures.


Apply Today!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 260-7710
Offer Valid: December 16, 2021March 16, 2022
Content Creator for After the Harvest
Become a part of After the Harvest's new Yambassador Storyteller Committee and help us tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission through content creation.
This volunteer position will be responsible for seeking out, curating and creating content for both internal and external initiatives. Will generate content for After the Harvest website, social media, marketing and internal communications.

Expected Outcomes:




  • Produce marketing copy to help tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission

  • Compelling copy about ATH stakeholders: volunteers, growers, agencies distributing produce and recipients of that produce, farms, interesting perspectives

  • Produce and edit consistently high-caliber content

  • Provide regular creative content to help conceive and develop marketing ideas

  • Self-starter who can take ideas and execute/develop with or without guidance



Responsibilities of Content Creator Yambassador:




  • Interact with stakeholders to capture the best possible stories

  • Create all content for ATH.

  • Prepare well-structured, high-caliber storytelling drafts for Communications Department

  • Acquire waivers when applicable.

  • Interview industry professionals and incorporate them in content development

  • Work with Communications team to produce needed assets for social media, marketing and internal communications

  • Seek out, nurture and develop positive stories to be shared externally and internally

  • Ability to tell stories with words as well as visuals when needed, with basic reporting skills a necessity.

  • Drive yourself to assigned scheduled activities on time

  • Willingness to travel within 30-45 minutes of the Kansas City metro




If you are interested, please email Stacie Moody, Community Engagement Coordinator: stacie@aftertheharvestkc.org
Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1902
Offer Begins: May 6, 2021
Social Media Assistant with After the Harvest
Become a part of After the Harvest's new Yambassador Storyteller Committee and help us tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission through social media.

Become a part of After the Harvest's new Yambassador Storyteller Committee and help us tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission through social media.
 

Expected Outcomes:

  • Compelling content of ATH stakeholders: volunteers, growers, agencies distributing produce and recipients of that produce, farms, interesting perspectives
  • Produce and edit consistently high-caliber social media content
  • Provide regular creative content to help conceive and develop marketing ideas
  • Self-starter who can take ideas and execute/develop with or without guidance

Responsibilities of Social Media Yambassador:

  • Interact with stakeholders to capture the best possible -stories
  • Create all photos and videos for ATH. Edit and upload to Google Drive with a quick turnaround.
  • Prepare well-structured, high-caliber storytelling drafts for Communications Department
  • Work with Communications team to produce needed assets for social media, marketing and internal communications
  • Strategic planning and scheduling of social media posts that may include:
  • General event marketing
  • On-site coverage/posting during events
  • Event recaps
  • Current topic and news related articles that coincide with the mission, values and vision of ATH
  • Development of brand awareness and online reputation
  • Responding to direct messages and comments in a professional manner
  • Oversees design (timeline cover photos, profile pic., landing pages, etc.)
  • Seek out, nurture and develop positive stories to be shared on social media platforms
  • Ability to tell stories with words as well as visuals when needed, with basic reporting skills a necessity.
  • Drive yourself to assigned scheduled activities on time
  • Willingness to travel within 30-45 minutes of the Kansas City metro if needed

If you are interested, please email Stacie Moody, Community Engagement Coordinator: stacie@aftertheharvestkc.org
Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1902
Offer Begins: May 6, 2021
Tell Impactful Stories with Photography & Videography
Become a part of After the Harvest's new Yambassador Storyteller Committee and help us tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission through photography and/ or videography.

Become a part of After the Harvest's new Yambassador Storyteller Committee and help us tell ATH’s story of accomplishing mission through photography and/ or videography.

This volunteer position will be responsible for videography and photography for both internal and external initiatives. Will generate content for After the Harvest website, social media, marketing and internal communications.

Expected Outcomes:

  • Compelling photos of ATH stakeholders: volunteers, growers, agencies distributing produce and recipients of that produce, farms, interesting perspectives
  • Produce and edit consistently high-caliber video and photo content
  • Provide regular creative content to help conceive and develop marketing ideas
  • Self-starter who can take ideas and execute/develop with or without guidance

Responsibilities of Photography & Videographer Yambassador:

  • Interact with stakeholders to capture the best possible stories
  • Create all photos and videos for ATH. Edit and upload to Google Drive with a quick turnaround.
  • Film and edit high-caliber video storytelling for Communications Department
  • Acquire photo waivers when applicable.
  • Work with Communications team to produce needed assets for social media, marketing and internal communications
  • Seek out, nurture, and develop positive stories to be shared externally and internally
  • Ability to tell stories with words as well as visuals when needed, with basic reporting skills a necessity.
  • Drive yourself to assigned scheduled activities on time
  • Willingness to travel within 30-45 minutes of the Kansas City metro
  • Carry and transport your equipment from your vehicle to photo opportunity
If you are interested, please email Stacie Moody, Community Engagement Coordinator: stacie@aftertheharvestkc.org
Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1902
Offer Begins: May 6, 2021
Help Feed Hungry People in YOUR Community
Rescue Fruits & Veggies at Farms Near Kansas City

SIGN UP FOR GLEANING AND GET YOUR HANDS A LITTLE DIRTY

Rise and shine and bring your family and friends, corporate co-workers and congregations, groups and organizations to glean (harvest what’s left over) with After the Harvest. Together, you’ll rescue fruits and vegetables from farms, orchards and gardens. Then, we deliver the produce fresh from the field-you can help do that too if you can!-to pantries, kitchens and shelters feeding our hungry neighbors.

With morning weekday and some weekend gleaning events, from May through November-sometimes earlier and sometimes later depending on the weather and growing season-you’re sure to find a fit. All are welcome, including children of any age, who get to see how our food grows and where it comes from.

Please note: Gleanings are within 30-45 minutes of downtown Kansas City. We’ll contact you the week of your gleaning (sometimes up to the day before) with where and what you’ll be harvesting, based on what our growers tell us is available.

  • Our regular gleaning dates are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings with occasional last-minute gleanings occurring on other days of the week. You can sign up for a planned gleaning shift directly on our Volunteer Calendar.

  • Our gleanings usually begin at 7:30am and last for approximately three hours. Each gleaning is dependent on what is ready to pick and which farmers have extra for us to glean and provide to hungry people in the area. Sometimes we know specifics a week in advance, sometimes a day, but we do know that we’ll be harvesting, so you’ll see postings just stating that we’ll be gleaning "produce" at a nearby farm. We’ll post and e-mail the details as the date approaches.

  • After the gleaning, you'll have an opportunity to deliver the produce to one of our pantries or food agencies (our volunteers tell us this is often the most rewarding part of their experience).


In compliance with CDC and local health guidelines regarding COVID-19, we are implementing the following rules for all volunteer events. Violation of any rule will result in immediate dismissal from the event:

  • Volunteers must not exhibit any signs of illness currently or within the last 14 days
  • Volunteers must not have traveled outside of Kansas or Missouri in the last 14 days.
  • All volunteers older than two years must wear a facemask for the duration of the event. Homemade cloth masks and handkerchiefs are acceptable.
  • Volunteers from different households must maintain at least 6 feet of distance at all times.
  • Disposable food safety gloves should be worn when packing produce. We will provide disposable gloves for anyone who needs them.
  • All volunteers are required to complete an electronic waiver form before entering the field. Volunteers who have not completed the waiver will not be allowed to participate.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1903
Offer Valid: February 19, 2021November 30, 2021
Produce Rescue Driver Needed -- Bring fresh fruits, veggies in KC area to hungry people
Bring Fresh Fruits & Veggies to Hungry People in Kansas City

At After the Harvest, we glean excess produce from farm fields, but also pick up already harvested excess produce from farms, farm stands and farmers’ markets and deliver it to food banks (like Harvesters) and pantries to feed hungry people.

We also need lead volunteers who will "Adopt-a-Market" for the season on a rotating schedule. (For example, pick-up at City Market every 1st and 3rd Sunday, or pick-up at Overland Park Farmers' Market every 2nd Saturday). Each Lead Produce Rescue Driver will receive special training and packaging at the beginning of the season. Additional one-time volunteers will be matched with a Lead Produce Rescue Driver to help with pick-up and delivery to nearby food agencies.

We currently pick up at the following Farmers Markets through October:

  • Brookside
  • Overland Park
  • City Market
  • Lenexa
  • Parkville
  • Merriam
  • Lee's Summit
  • Unity Village

If you have a vehicle that can haul produce, and you have a heart to help those in need...ATH can sure use your help! Pick up donated produce every week or periodically from farms, markets and distributors. Bring the kids and make the experience come full circle by delivering to food banks, pantries, shelters and community kitchens in the Greater Kansas City area.

Other opportunities:

  • Your organization/group wants to glean? Reserve your date now.
  • You want to lead a gleaning? We always need field supervisors.
  • You want us to come speak to your organization? We’d love to meet you!

After the Harvest has a very small staff, so we only succeed because of volunteers like you! Thanks so much for helping rescue fresh, nutritious produce to feed those in need.

You can sign up for a Market or planned gleaning shift directly on our Volunteer Calendar.

In compliance with CDC and local health guidelines regarding COVID-19, we are implementing the following rules for all volunteer events.

  • Volunteers must not exhibit any signs of illness currently or within the last 14 days.

  • Volunteers must not have traveled outside of Kansas or Missouri in the last 14 days.

  • All volunteers older than 2 years must wear a face mask for the duration of the event. Homemade cloth masks and handkerchiefs are acceptable.

  • Volunteers from different households must maintain at least 6 feet of distance at all times.

  • All volunteers are required to complete an electronic waiver form before entering the field. Volunteers who have not completed the waiver will not be allowed to participate.

Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1903
Offer Valid: February 19, 2021December 1, 2021
Lazarus Ministries KC
Lazarus Ministries KC
We need volunteers on Saturdays from 10-1 to help serve our guests at Lazarus Table and help them shop in our boutique!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 533-3138
Offer Valid: January 17, 2022May 31, 2022
Volunteer at Lakemary
Growing Community Together
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
More People. More Impact. 

Volunteer and bring your own skills, talents and time to make a difference at Lakemary!
 
Since our Founding in 1969, Lakemary has looked to the open hearts and dedication of people who are passionate about and committed to helping children and adults with autism spectrum disorder and other intellectual and developmental differences.

If you're with a company and would like to volunteer as a team on a single visit project or at one of our annual fundraising events, Lakemary Golf Classic or Lakemary Gala contact Sally Beyers, sally.beyers@lakemary.org

For other volunteer opportunities email Nicole Dickinson, nicole.dickinson@lakemary.org or call 913.594.3051.

 
We are grateful for your support! THANK you!
Contact Information
phone: (913) 557-4000
Uncover KC - Grant Research
Passionate Volunteer Needed For Our Development Committee
Uncover KC creates positive social impact through civic engagement. We do that by providing services and programs that connect people and spark action in the community. Since 2013, we've helped recruit more than 54,000 volunteers who completed over 115,000 service hours, a $2.9 million value for local nonprofits.



To accomplish that impact, we utilize skilled and passionate volunteers. Currently, we are seeking grant research help. Duties would consist of assisting with identifying and researching potential grant requests. This position requires four volunteer hours a month.



If you are interested in getting involved with the Kansas City community and utilizing your strengths, please contact info@uncoverkc.org or 816-721-5529. 
Contact Information
phone: 816-721-5529
Offer Valid: January 8, 2022June 30, 2022
Uncover KC - Graphic Design
Passionate Volunteer Needed For Our Marketing Committee
Uncover KC creates positive social impact through civic engagement. We do that by providing services and programs that connect people and spark action in the community. Since 2013, we've helped recruit more than 54,000 volunteers who completed over 115,000 service hours, a $2.9 million value for local nonprofits.



To accomplish that impact, we utilize skilled and passionate volunteers. Currently, we are seeking graphic design help. Duties would consist of assisting with the planning and development of marketing materials and projects. This position requires four volunteer hours a month.



If you are interested in getting involved with the Kansas City community and utilizing your strengths, please contact info@uncoverkc.org or 816-721-5529. 
Contact Information
phone: 816-721-5529
Offer Valid: January 8, 2022June 30, 2022
Nonprofit Connect