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 Valid: March 14, 2020September 30, 2022
City in Motion School of Dance - Desk Attendant
City in Motion Dance Theater is seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to assist in weekly class monitoring and desk attendance. We are looking for someone who has a passion for the arts and is excited to get out into the community to recruit and build the volunteer base for City in Motion here in Kansas City.



Our Fall School Session is starting THIS Sunday, August 14th, and we are in need of extra hands to help run the Welcome Desk during the 8-week session. But did you know that we offer FREE dance to our volunteers? It's true.. we do! For a minimum of 12 volunteered hours, you'll earn yourself, or your student, a free class for the Fall Session.



If you are interested in volunteering, please mark your calendars for this upcoming Friday, August 12th around 6:30 pm at Plexpod Westport. We're asking all volunteers planning on working this Fall to gather and meet one another and review some new updates and training for the year. 



Reach out to Jake Swaney, our Director of Volunteer Engagement, for more information via email jakeswaneymarketing@gmail.com.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 561-2882
Offer Valid: August 9, 2022August 22, 2022
All Aboard: Nonprofit Board Members Needed!
Help us infuse evidence-based interventions in the education and juvenile justice systems to help kids who need it most.
CENTER FOR SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITIES INC.
Nonprofit, 501(c)(3)

Member of the Board of Directors

About

Center for Supportive Communities Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation in Lawrence, KS, founded by Dr. Kelsey Dachman and Madison Graham. Dr. Dachman received her Ph.D. in behavioral psychology from the University of Kansas and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the doctoral level. Madison is pursuing her Ph.D. in behavioral psychology at the University of Kansas. Rock Chalk!

Mission

Our mission is to use behavioral science to create equal opportunities and meaningful change for children, families, and communities.

Programs

SupportED, our truancy diversion program in Douglas County, KS, combines behavioral science with functional mentoring and community collaboration to increase school attendance and divert truant students and their families from the juvenile justice system. We work as a village to identify needs, coordinate services, and implement evidence-based, individualized interventions to get kids in school and engaged in learning. We pair each student with a caring adult mentor who teaches adaptive skills, counteracts missed educational instruction, instills confidence, provides support and guidance, and expands opportunities. We also help students and families access community resources and services. SupportED blends the talents and knowledge of diverse partners and collaborators to deliver a community-based, rehabilitative approach to solving our nation's absenteeism crisis. Ensuring all children receive a quality education by removing barriers and implementing reinforcement-based strategies is a critical first step toward breaking intergenerational cycles of school dropout, undereducation, violence, and incarceration.
 
Center for Supportive Communities provides behavioral and educational consults and workshops for organizations and service providers. We help enhance the quality and efficacy of services and troubleshoot behavioral challenges.  

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.supportivecommunities.org/.

Position

The Board will support the work of Center for Supportive Communities and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by Center for Supportive Communities’ chief executive officer (CEO), the Board-CEO relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected. Specific Board Member responsibilities include:

Leadership, governance, and oversight

  • Serving as a trusted advisor to the CEO as she develops and implements Center for Supportive Communities’ strategic plan 
  • Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by Center for Supportive Communities 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 
  • Approving Center for Supportive Communities’ annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities 
  • Contributing to an annual performance evaluation of the CEO 
  • Assisting the CEO and board chair in identifying and recruiting other Board Members 
  • Partnering with the CEO and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are carried out 
  • Serving on one or more committees or task forces and taking on special assignments 
  • Representing Center for Supportive Communities to stakeholders; acting as an ambassador for the organization 
  • Ensuring Center for Supportive Communities’ commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects the communities served by Center for Supportive Communities.

Fundraising

Center for Supportive Communities' Board Members will consider Center for Supportive Communities a philanthropic priority and make annual gifts that reflect that priority. So that Center for Supportive Communities can credibly solicit contributions from foundations, organizations, and individuals, Center for Supportive Communities expects to have 100 percent of Board Members make an annual contribution that is commensurate with their capacity.

Board terms/participation

Center for Supportive Communities’ Board Members will serve a two-year term to be eligible for re-appointment for an additional term. Board meetings will be held quarterly (or as needed with sufficient notice), and committee meetings will be held in coordination with full board meetings (or as needed with sufficient notice). Board Members will have the option to attend meetings of the Board of Directors in person or virtually.

Qualifications

This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about Center for Supportive Communities’ 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. Their accomplishments will allow them to attract other well-qualified, high-performing Board Members.

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 Center for Supportive Communities’ beneficiaries, preferably based on experience 
  • Savvy diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and persuading, convening, facilitating, and building consensus among diverse individuals 
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives of Center for Supportive Communities’ beneficiaries
Service on Center for Supportive Communities’ Board of Directors is without remuneration.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: August 1, 2022August 1, 2023
American Cancer Society Kansas City Board Membership
Our mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

Minimum Expectations

It is expected all Chairman’s Circle members:
  1. Attend and participate in scheduled meetings. (minimum of 3 out of 4 annually)
  2. Active engagement on one of the Chairman’s Circle subcommittees.
  3. Support the actions of the Chairman’s Circle as one.
  4. Connect to local community volunteers.
  5. Leverage contacts and relationships to grow the society’s revenue and advance its mission.
  6. Be current with ACS cancer screening guidelines that are appropriate to each individual (colorectal cancer, breast cancer, nontobacco user, etc.)
  7. Members, either individually or through their business, will make an annual minimum membership donation of $1,000.00. Become a member of American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN). Minimum annual cost is $10.00 renewed annually.

Specific Duties:

  1. Understand and advocate the mission and objectives of the organization.
  2. Support, individually and collectively, ACS decisions and enterprise policies.
  3. Identify opportunities and resources to advance the Society’s mission.
  4. Set annual membership goals and evaluate progress on a regular basis.
  5. Personally support and/or otherwise engage in one of ACS’s annual events.
  6. Actively support American Cancer Society community events, committees and/or projects.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: January 1, 2023December 31, 2025
Board Member
Youth Development
We are looking for someone with expertise in:  Marketing, Fundraising and Special Events
 
Desired industry affiliations or community connections:  Marketing, Communication and Event Planning
 
What is the designated term for board service?  3 year term with a maximum of 2 terms.


How often does the board meet?
Six times a year.  Bi-monthly on the third Monday of the month.
 
What personal or financial contribution is expected of each board member?  There is no minimum amount.
 
Any additional board expectations:
  • 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.
 
 
Our organization carries directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance – Yes
Contact Information
phone: (816) 333-6455
Offer Valid: May 3, 2022October 31, 2022
Board Member for the Northland Symphony Orchestra- Fundraising Committee
Help support the arts in Kansas City!
The Northland Symphony Orchestra is looking for interested ones to join our board of directors. 
 

 Our organization includes a professional/student/community symphony orchestra that perform five concerts per season, as well as two youth ensembles - The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra and Metropolitan Youth Sinfonia - that perform three concerts per season. We play a wide variety of quality classic symphonic literature for every music-lover. Our concerts are informal, family friendly and always without charge.
 

 Our mission is threefold:

  • Accessibility- We've always prided ourselves for providing quality musical performances without charge to those who otherwise might not have the opportunity or resources to enjoy the works of great composers.
  • Opportunity- We provide student and community musicians with the opportunity to maintain their skills and broaden their musical horizons by performing quality orchestral music with seasoned musicians.

  • Education- We’re committed to providing performance opportunities for young choral and instrumental musicians, instilling an appreciation of the arts’ importance within our diverse community.

 Responsibilities of a fundraising committee board member include:
  • Working with the committee to plan and implement 2-4 fundraisers per season
  • Advancing the mission of NSO
  • Attending board meetings, concerts, and fundraisers
  • Participating in the planning and execution of NSO events
  • Acting as an ambassador of the organization to the public


Those interested in joining the board of directors should contact Paige Buckmaster at pbuckmaster@northlandsymphony.org.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 945-2436
Offer Valid: July 1, 2022June 30, 2024
Board Member, NourishKC
#LetsNourishKC!
Board members at NourishKC are the fiduciaries who steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies as well as by making sure adequate resources are available to advance its mission. While day‐to‐day operations are led by the organization’s Executive Director, the Board‐Executive Director relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is critical and expected. 



Specific Board Member responsibilities include:



Leadership, Governance and Oversight


  • Regularly attending all scheduled meetings of the Board of Directors and of any committees to which s/he has been assigned to fully understand the opportunities and challenges that face the organization and to maintain a personal commitment to its goals and objectives

  • Approving the Foundation’s annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities

  • Participating fully in the Board’s Strategic Planning Process and serving as a trusted advisor to the Executive Director as s/he develops and implements an action plan to achieve the goals outlined in the Strategic Plan

  • Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by the organization 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

  • Partnering with the Executive Director and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are carried out

  • Serving on committees or task forces and taking on special assignments

  • Representing NourishKC to stakeholders; acting as an ambassador for the organization

  • Contributing to an annual performance evaluation of the Executive Director

  • Assisting the Executive Director and board chair in identifying and recruiting other Board Members in accordance with established recruitment policies

  • Ensuring the organization’s commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects demographics of Greater Kansas City.


Financial Support

Board Members will consider NourishKC a philanthropic priority and make annual gifts that reflect that

priority. So that the organization can credibly solicit contributions from donors, NourishKC expects to

have 100 percent of Board Members make an annual contribution that is commensurate with their

capacity and reflective of their leadership role.



Board Terms/Participation

Board Members are elected to a three‐year term after which they will be eligible for re‐appointment for

one additional term. After six years of service, Board members are eligible to seek to rejoin the

Foundation Board after a one‐year hiatus.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 561-8920
Offer Valid: August 1, 2022September 30, 2022
Friends of Johnson County Library Board of Directors
Join Our Board!
The Friends of Johnson County Library are a member-supported group promoting community awareness of and involvement in Johnson County Library. We serve as Library advocates, we raise supplemental funds, and we foster literacy and lifelong learning. We are in search of two new board members to join our leadership team beginning January 1, 2023.

Each individual Board Member is expected to:
 
Know the organization’s mission, policies, programs, and needs.
Faithfully read and understand the organization’s financial statements.
Serve as an active advocate and ambassador for the organization.
Help identify personal connections that can benefit the organization’s fundraising and reputational standing, and can influence public policy.
Prepare for, attend, and conscientiously participate in board meetings.
Participate fully in committee work: we are a working board through committees.
Participate fully in monthly, hour-long committee meetings.
Be a fearless fundraiser to support substantial growth of our network of dues-paying members.
Aid in identifying candidates to build upon the Board.
Assist in negotiations between Friends and the Library & any partner organizations.
Make business and programming decisions.
Make community connections.
 
Interested? Send a note and copy of your resume to Director of Operations Shanta Dickerson at sdickerson@friendsofjcl.org.
Contact Information
GUILDit Art/Biz - Seeking Board Members
Be a part of GUILDit's growing board and infuse the arts. Lend expertise in human resources, wealth advising, marketing, strategy, nonprofits, 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. 

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)
- 7-11 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 we can 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: June 14, 2022September 30, 2022
Kansas City Women’s Music Network Board Member
Local women's music organization seeking volunteer board members for their working board.
The Kansas City Women’s Music Network (KCWMN) is a group of people aimed at expanding the capacity of KCWMN by supporting the organization with fundraising, events, networking, and strategic partnerships. The Board will consist of volunteer community members. The goals of the KCWMN Board are to raise awareness about KCWMN to a broader demographic through planning events (remote until in-person events are deemed safe) and creating partnerships, raising funds for the organization, and educating and cultivating potential new governing Board Members. If you have questions, please contact Amanda O’Brien at aobrien@kcwomen.org
 
We are in search of new board members who are passionate about supporting us to achieve our mission of supporting female-identifying musicians across the Kansas City area, through events, education, promotion, and networking.  
 
If you’re interested in applying for the KCWMN Board, please send a bio/resume to info@kcwomen.org for our Nominating Committee to review.
 
Criteria/Expectations: 
  • The primary purpose of the board is to provide fundraising support to the organization. A personal contribution of $120 is required to fulfill our bylaws and for the organization to be eligible for certain grants. 
  • Willing to serve no more than two consecutive 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 11 board meetings per year, which are held Monday evenings at 6:30pm, the third week of each month, excluding December
  • Willing to actively participate in one or more committees and carry out appropriate assignments outside of monthly board meetings
  • Willing to serve as an officer of the board or in other leadership roles
  • Willing to provide reports on KCWMN activities and board meetings
  • Attend as many KCWMN and KCWMN-sponsored public events as possible
  • Acts as an ambassador for the KCWMN in a formal and informal capacity throughout the community.
 
Targeted functions and networking for board candidates: 
  • Grant Writing experience** 
  • Legal secretary to hold the office of secretary
  • CPA/Accountant to hold the office of treasurer
  • Advertising venues - Web and print
  • Social Media content creation  
  • Large Venues - For annual conference (pending a safe return to in-person events)
  • Small Venues - For recurring small group meetups and board meetings (pending a safe return to in-person events)
  ** Indicative of a current, active need

If you’re interested in applying for the KCWMN Board, please send a bio/resume to info@kcwomen.org for our Nominating Committee to review.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 508-5796
Offer Valid: February 14, 2022December 31, 2022
Tiger Club of Kansas City
Organization Name:  Tiger Club of Kansas City
 
Mission Statement: The Tiger Club of Kansas City, a 501 (c) 3 organization, is exclusively dedicated to supporting Mizzou Athletics in the greater Kansas City area through informational programming, fundraising and social interaction.
 

We are looking for someone with expertise in: Fundraising, social media, PR, accounting
 
What is the designated term for board service? No current term limits
 
How often does the board meet? The Tiger Club of Kansas City board meets once a month on the second Monday at the Westport Flea Market at 6:00 pm.
 
What personal or financial contribution is expected of each board member?  Membership in the club is required.  Cost is $50 annually.
 
Any additional board expectations:  Volunteer time and talent at Tiger Club events including, but not limited to, weekly luncheons, golf tournament and SEC Block Party
 
Our organization carries directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance – Yes
 
Contact Information: Patrick McCartney, president@kctigerclub.com
Contact Information
phone: (913) 744-1520
Youth R.I.S.E Board of Directors
Empowering youth and teaching life lessons through mentorship, education and sport.

Mission of Youth R.I.S.E

The mission of Youth R.I.S.E. is to empower youth and teaching life lessons through mentorship,
education, and sport.

Overview of Youth R.I.S.E.

Youth R.I.S.E. is a non-profit 501c3 charity organization focused on empowering at-risk youth. Youth R.I.S.E. provides free soccer programming, mentorship, and career literacy/internships to at-risk throughout the greater Kansas City area.

Through our core programs, youth are provided with opportunities to develop skills and learn about teamwork, leadership, resilience, responsibility, the importance of education and athletics. Support and guidance are critical to at-risk youth during life stages which shape their trajectory into high school, college, careers and beyond. By providing a positive environment and offering opportunities for positive adult and peer interaction, Youth R.I.S.E has the potential to positively impact youth developmental outcomes both short and long-term. Through the common love for soccer, Youth R.I.S.E. has reached more than 100 youth within the Kansas City community.

Commitment to Serve

Responsibilities of Individual Board Members:

  • Understand and demonstrate a commitment to the organization’s mission, policies, and
  • programs, and needs
  • Regularly prepare for, attend, and participate in monthly Board of Directors meetings
  • throughout the assigned term by reviewing agendas, minutes, reports, and other
  • documentation required
  • Understand the financial affairs of the organization and ensure fiduciary responsibilities are
  • met
  • Participate in annual Youth R.I.S.E fundraising events such as the Annual BBQ and Awards
  • Ceremony and Gala Fundraiser
  • Serve as an ambassador for the organization to leverage connections, networks, and
  • resources from personal and professional networks
  • Identify and secure financial resources, partnerships, sponsorships, and gifts-in-kind
  • necessary to advance the mission of the organization
  • Serve as a member of the Board of Directors for a minimum of 2 years

Board Member Requirements:

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for the mission of the organization
  • Previous volunteer or board experience preferred
  • Availability to complete assigned tasks and duties
  • Must complete and pass a background check
  • Professional knowledge and/or industry experience in Accounting, Insurance, or Legal a plus
To apply, please submit your resume and a brief description detailing your interest in serving Youth R.I.S.E to info@youthrisekc.com.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 863-2468
Offer Valid: July 14, 2022September 16, 2022
School of Economics - Summer project volunteers needed!
Finance Made Fun!
Thank you for your interested in volunteering with the School of Economics! We have a variety of summer projects we could use your help on! Project details are below:
  • Blue Springs Ceiling Tiles
    • When: June: (pick a date that works for you!)
    • Number of volunteers: 4-6
    • Number of hours: 4-6
    • Help take down old ceiling tiles and dispose of in trash. Put up new ones.
  • Paint Blue Springs: paint prep – moving items and taping, painting and paint clean up
    • When: July: 7/11, 7/12, 7/13, 7/14, 7/19, 7/20, 7/21, 7/25, 7/26, 7/27 or 7/28 (pick a date that works for you!)
    • Number of Volunteers needed: 6-8
    • Number of hours: 4-6
    • Bathrooms
    • Storage rooms
    • Front entry
  • Clean up Blue Springs landscaping
    • When: June, July, or August (can be flexible!)
    • Number of Volunteers needed: 4
    • Number of hours: 2-4
    • Volunteers must bring own tools/gardening supplies
  • SOE To Go booklets (in Blue Springs)
    • When: June, July, August, and September
    • Number of volunteers: 2 per shift – 1 per machine
    • Number of hours: this is an ongoing summer need. Can be flexible on shift hours and days!
    • Assemble booklets
Contact Information
phone: (816) 224-8171
Offer Valid: June 15, 2022August 31, 2022
Site Coordinator for New School Launch
The Hearth Room is a Christian, authentic Montessori school launching near Liberty, MO this fall.  It serves ages 2.5 years - 6th grade.



Administrative help is needed over the summer to organize events, make phone calls, etc.  During the school year, this person also receives visitors, manages staff schedules, orders supplies, tracks expenses, and generally keeps things running smoothy.



This is a volunteer staff position, which could transition to a paid position as the school grows.  It includes free tuition for 2 students.



See complete details on the school's web page.

 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 200-0264
Offer Valid: July 22, 2022September 30, 2022
Kansas City Cleanup with United by Blue
Please join United By Blue, Corona USA, Oceanic Global, and Heartland Conservation Alliance for a fun-filled Beach Cleanup in Kansas City. The focus of the day will be cleaning up litter from waterways in KC!
Meet us at Alex George Wetland Park for this cleanup. Volunteers will be led by staff to clean up trash and plastic from Blue River trail system and the lake shoreline. After cleaning, we'll celebrate the day's impact with games, educational activities, and complimentary lunch.

Though no alcohol will be present onsite, due to sponsorship from Corona, this cleanup event is open to volunteers age 21+.

Important Details:
-All participants must be 21+ years of age to volunteer.
- Water, sunscreen, bug spray, and sanitation supplies will also be provided. Please bring a reusable water bottle to re-fill as needed. Please wear closed-toed shoes and clothes you don't mind getting a bit dirty.
-United By Blue will adhere to all local regulations pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. This event is fully outdoors and efforts will be made to keep volunteer groups spread out. While a mask is not required for this event, masks are welcome. Our reusable cleanup supplies are industrially cleaned between uses, but we welcome volunteers to bring their own supplies if they feel more comfortable.
-All United By Blue cleanups are ability inclusive. If you anticipate needing ability-related accommodations, please contact cleanup@unitedbyblue.com ahead of time.
-All volunteers who register for the cleanup through this link will receive an email the week of the cleanup with details on parking, weather, what to bring, and all other necessary details.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: August 20, 2022August 20, 2022
Behavior Technicians Needed To Support At-Risk Youth in Douglas County!
Help us infuse evidence-based interventions in the education and juvenile justice systems to help kids who need it most.

Center for Supportive Communities, an organization dedicated to using behavioral science to create equal opportunities and meaningful change, is searching for skilled professionals and professionals in training to work with elementary, middle, and high school students and their families participating in our SupportED program during the 2022-23 school year. SupportED is a diversion program for truant students residing in Douglas County, Kansas. Many of our students are at risk for drug use, social isolation, gang activity, juvenile crime, and school dropout and benefit from reinforcement-based interventions, structure and routines, and skills training, and their caretakers benefit from parent training and coaching. We need help from professionals to implement and monitor evidence-based interventions aimed at increasing prosocial behavior that will enable future success. We also need help training parents and teachers to implement behavioral interventions in the home and school environments.

Help us increase school attendance and engagement, divert families from the court system, build skills, repair relationships, inspire our future leaders, build back our schools and community, and prevent more severe problems like school dropout and juvenile crime. With the help of dedicated and passionate clinicians and young professionals, we can empower the youth of today for a better tomorrow.

Responsibilities

  • Administer assessments
  • Develop and implement evidence-based interventions based on assessment results
  • Train volunteers to implement interventions
  • Monitor treatment implementation
  • Conduct parent training
  • Conduct teacher training
  • Facilitate weekly communication with parents and schools
  • Monitor weekly attendance and grades (and other performance measures as necessary)
  • Assist in supervising volunteer mentors
  • Complete weekly documentation
  • Uphold our organization's values
  • Maintain a high degree of professionalism with all stakeholders

Position Dates
You may choose to volunteer during any of the options listed below. Please note that we prefer volunteers who can commit to the entire school year.

  • Option 1: August 22, 2022 - December 16, 2022 (fall semester)
  • Option 2: January 17, 2023 - May 12, 2023 (spring semester)
  • Option 3: August 22, 2022 - May 12, 2023 (full academic year; preferred)
Time Requirements
  • 5 hr/week (minimum time commitment)
  • 20 hr/week (maximum time commitment)

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent degree
  • Background knowledge in a human-service field (e.g., applied behavior analysis, psychology, social work, social welfare, special education, or counseling) or juvenile law
  • Training and experience working with children, youth, and families
  • Experience in behavioral assessment and treatment
  • Experience in implementing and monitoring behavioral interventions
  • Skilled in the following:
    • Executive functioning (e.g., organization, planning, self-monitoring, self-control, self-motivation, reliability, consequential thinking, time-management, and task initiation)
    • Interpersonal and social interactions (e.g., emotional intelligence, active listening, empathy, positivity, openness to feedback, social awareness, and social responsiveness)
    • Written and oral communication
    • Leadership
    • Professionalism
    • Advocacy
  • Cultural competence
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office

Benefits & Perks

  • Quality training and hands-on experience providing direct support (if warranted)
    • Mental Health First Aid Training
    • Training in diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Training in relationship development, mentoring, assessment and treatment planning, behavior principles and interventions, parent training, professionalism, ethical and legal responsibilities, and mandated reporting
  • Supervised fieldwork experience (if needed)
  • RBT, BCaBA, and BCBA supervision available
  • Professional development and networking
  • Flexible scheduling and virtual opportunities available
  • Opportunity to make meaningful differences for children and youth
  • Opportunity to give back to the community
  • Opportunity to explore different or potential career paths
  • Opportunity to work with a dedicated (and fun!) team of professionals
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Publication opportunities available
  • Research opportunities available

Application Process

Our kids and organization need your help. Put your education and training to good use by helping kids who need it most. Contact Dr. Kelsey Dachman at kelsey@supportivecommunities.org with questions or to apply to work with the Center for Supportive Communities!

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Offer Valid: July 17, 2022February 1, 2023
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
KODI Inc. Nonprofit Board Members Needed: We are a family oriented organization dedicated to restoring families, providing guidance for at-risk youth and aiding in the transitional process of those being released back into society.
Nonprofit volunteer Board Members Needed that have a passion for our cause, KEEPING OUR DESTINY INTACT.
KODI Inc. is an up and coming non-profit currently seeking ambitious, professional board members who can expand our capabilities plus strengthen our connection with the ethnic, artistic, business, and geographic communities that are essential to pursuing our mission, "KEEPING OUR DESTINY INTACT". KODI Inc. Board Members are active in everything from representing the organization at community events to reviewing financial reports and researching issues and policies in their committee work. The board and most of our committees meet weekly and we communicate frequently by both phone and email.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 433-5129
Offer Valid: August 15, 2022November 30, 2022
Mentors Needed To Support At-Risk Youth in Douglas County!
Be The Difference. Be A Mentor!

MENTORS NEEDED IN DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS!

  • Want to help at-risk children and youth get back on track toward success?

  • Interested in using behavioral science and mentorship to change lives?

  • Think you can help young people get to where you are today?

Center for Supportive Communities, an organization dedicated to creating equal opportunities and meaningful change, is searching for individuals to mentor elementary, middle, and high school students participating in our truancy diversion program, SupportED, during the 2022-23 school year. Join our team in tackling our nation's educational crisis. Help us infuse evidence-based practices in Douglas County to ensure students have equal opportunities to attend school and receive an education. Come change lives!

Position Dates

  • Option 1: August 22, 2022 – December 16, 2022 (fall semester)
  • Option 2: January 17, 2023 – May 12, 2023 (spring semester)
  • Option 3: August 22, 2022 – May 12, 2023 (full academic year; preferred)

 Time Requirements

Note. Mentoring meetings can occur on the weekends.

  • 5 hr/week (minimum time commitment)
  • 20 hr/week (maximum time commitment)

Position Description

Center for Supportive Communities is looking for compassionateintelligentmotivated, and skilled volunteers to serve as mentors for elementary, middle, and high school students participating in our SupportED program. If you are interested in making meaningful differences for children, youth, and families, then this is a fantastic opportunity for you! Additional clinical, research, and career exploration opportunities are available.

Center for Supportive Communities is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation in Lawrence, KS, and our SupportED program has been helping Douglas County children, youth, and families for over 40 years! SupportED is a diversion program for truant students attending school in Douglas County. Did you know that all Kansas children ages 5-16 are required by law to attend school and, if they don’t attend school, are subject to court involvement? We keep truant children and families out of court by pairing them with a caring adult mentor. But we can’t do it alone. We partner with Criminal Justice Services, the District Court, the District Attorney’s Office, Department for Children and Families, 32 public schools, the University of Kansas, and we hope to partner with YOU! Help us increase school attendance and engagement, divert families from court, build skills, repair relationships, inspire our future leaders, build back our schools and community, and prevent more severe issues such as school dropout and juvenile crime.

With the help of dedicated and passionate volunteers, we can empower the youth of today for a better tomorrow.

Responsibilities

  1. Maintain a caseload of 1-4 children and youth (depending on time
  2. Conduct 1:1, weekly meetings in the community (virtual mentoring is available)
  3. Act as a caring, supportive, stable, and positive role model
  4. Assist in homework completion, problem-solving, social-emotional development, skills training, goal setting, and career exploration
  5. Implement a reinforcement-based intervention
  6. Facilitate weekly communication with the parents and school
  7. Monitor weekly attendance and grades
  8. Complete weekly documentation and progress reports
  9. Attend meetings with program supervisors
  10. Present at truancy review hearings with an Assistant District Attorney (if necessary)
  11. Uphold our organization's values
  12. Maintain a high degree of professionalism with all stakeholders

Qualifications

Required:

  1. High school diploma or equivalent degree
  2. Skilled in the following:
    • Executive functioning (e.g., organization, planning, self-monitoring, self-control, self-motivation, reliability, consequential thinking, time-management, and task initiation)
    • Interpersonal and social interactions (e.g., emotional intelligence, active listening, empathy, positivity, openness to feedback, social awareness, and social responsiveness)
    • Written and oral communication
    • Leadership
    • Professionalism
    • Advocacy
  3. Persistent in reaching out, patient in building trust, and consistent in communicating
  4. Cultural competence

Preferred:

  1. Background knowledge in a human-service field (e.g., applied behavior analysis, psychology, social work, social welfare, special education, or counseling) or juvenile law
  2. Experience working with children, youth, and families
  3. Experience tutoring or mentoring children and youth
  4. Proficiency in Microsoft® Office

Benefits & Perks

  • Quality training, supervision, and hands-on experience
  • Mental Health First Aid Training
  • Training in diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Training in relationship development, mentoring, assessment and treatment planning, behavior principles and interventions, parent training, professionalism, ethical and legal responsibilities, and mandated reporting
  • Supervised fieldwork experience
  • Certificate in service-learning
  • RBT, BCaBA, and BCBA supervision available
  • Professional development and networking
  • Opportunity to make meaningful differences for children and youth
  • Opportunity to give back to the community
  • Opportunity to explore potential career paths
  • Opportunity to work with a dedicated (and fun!) team of professionals
  • Letters of recommendation

 Application Process

  1. Complete our online application HERE.
  2. Pass a comprehensive background check
  3. Complete a health assessment and TB test
  4. Submit a copy of a valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance (only for in-person mentoring)
  5. Submit proof of their COVID-19 vaccination (only for in-person mentoring)
  6. Complete an interview with Center for Supportive Communities

yes JOIN OUR TEAM!

Questions? Email us at: info@supportivecommunities.org

Contact Information
Offer Valid: July 11, 2022March 1, 2023
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
Seeking Caring Volunteers for Board Terms and Council Positions
Volunteer leaders needed to create safe and healthy communities for children and families in Kansas, Missouri and beyond!
Organization:  
Mission:
  • Partnering for safe and healthy communities.
  • Founded in 1998, Cornerstones of Care is a behavioral healthcare nonprofit dedicated to improving the safety and health of children and families through three key areas: youth & family support, foster care & adoption, and education & trainings.
  • Our trauma-informed Sanctuary Model approach to care, guides our work serving 15,000 children and families a year in communities across Kansas, Missouri and beyond.
  • Cornerstones of Care’s work of responding to the needs of children and families dates back to 1870 when 20 philanthropic women organized to establish the Children’s Home of Kansas City. Their work reflects our long-standing commitment to creating community and ensuring the safety and well-being of children and families.
  • More on the agency’s impact is available in our Community Impact Report.
 Volunteer leadership positions currently available:
  • Cornerstones of Care Governing Board of Directors, 2023
  • Cornerstones of Care Foundation Board of Directors, 2023
  • Immediate Openings on Board Councils/Committees: Fundraising, Strategy, Programs, Risk Management & Audit, Finance & Investment and Governance/Nominations.
 
Current skill sets sought of board candidates:
  • We currently seeking candidates with the following key volunteer skill sets:
Fundraising and Development
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Community Engagement
Public Policy/Advocacy
 
Current professional leadership competencies and expertise sought by board candidates:
  • Information Technology and Data Security
  • Real Estate
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Public Relations
 
Cornerstones of Care’s WIDE Initiative:
  • Cornerstones of Care is committed to being a welcoming, inclusive, diverse and equitable (WIDE) environment for the children and families we serve. This includes the representation of volunteer leaders associated with the Governing Board, Foundation Board and Councils/Committees as part of our agency’s WIDE Initiatives.
  • The agency is actively seeking to identify community members of color and LGBTQ+ community members who are moved by our mission and community impact, who have a lived experience, or who are interested in volunteer leadership and Board/Council-level engagement.
  • For greater geographic representation of our service-area scope the agency wishes to engage more individuals who live or work in Wyandotte and Leavenworth Counties, Kan., and Clay, Platte, Cass and Johnson Counties, Mo.
 
Term of board service:
  • A board term is three years, with the opportunity for renewal, beginning in January.
  • Council positions are one-year with the opportunity for renewal and may begin any time during the year.
 
Annual financial commitment:
  • Individuals serving on the Board of Directors (Governing or Foundation) are asked to make an annual financial commitment to the organization, which is personally significant to them.
  • Board members work with the development staff to annually secure at least $5,000 in financial support to the organization.
 
Board meeting schedule/location/time:
  • The Board of Directors (Governing and Foundation) meets four-five times a year (winter, spring, summer, fall, year-end). Meetings are held at 5 p.m. during the week.  
  • New Board members attend an organizational orientation, with other new board members, led by staff, at a mutually agreed and scheduled convenient time, and are assigned a “board buddy” to help with the on-boarding and transition process during the first year of board service.
  • Annually the Governing and Foundation Boards jointly meet to discuss organizational priorities, review strategic plan progress, adopt future planning and fundraising goals, with the executive leadership staff team. 
 
Committee meeting requirements/time commitment:
  • Each Board member is asked to serve on a Committee or Council, based on their personal/professional skills or interests. These Committees/Councils meet in between Board meetings, three to four times a year, with each meeting lasting 60-90 minutes. These are currently held virtually at 5 p.m. during the week.
 
Community event support:
  • Board members are encouraged to participate in the community events and activities of the organization throughout the year at their convenience, as their schedule permits and based on personal/professional interests.
  • These events include: Savor the Sound (February), Thyme For Kids Plant Sale (April), Trivia Night (June), Tee It Up for Kids Top Golf Outing (August), Disc Golf Tournament (September), Pies for a Purpose (Oct/Nov) and the Spirit Gala (November).
Name and contact information to learn more about Board/Council service:
Chad Harris, Ed.D., CAE
Interim President & CEO / Chief Development Officer
chad.harris@cornerstonesofcare.org / 816.674.1147
Cornerstones of Care – Hyde Park
300 E 36th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111


 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 508-1704
Offer Valid: June 1, 2022August 31, 2022
ACS Corporate Engagement Ambassador
Our mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.
Understand and educate others about the mission of the American Cancer Society. Engage survivors and caregivers in your company and your network, and recognize those willing to share their stories. Encourage attendance & engagement for American Cancer Society community events.
- Work with our event staff partner to develop a strategy that targets potential partnership alignment.
- Utilize your personal sphere of influence, as well as the network you encounter through your Ambassador position, to identify potential community partners.
- Work with event staff partner and other American Cancer Society account management staff to build relationships with potential sponsors.
- Host an internal kickoff or engagement function for potential new corporate partners or teams.


 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 842-7111
Offer Valid: June 20, 2022September 30, 2022
ACS Shave to Save: Planning Committee / Board Member
Bald is Beautiful! Come support the American Cancer Society's Shave to Save Fundraising event. We need night of volunteers to assist in making Shave to Save a success!
For 20+ years, Shave to Save has raised millions of dollars to support the American Cancer Society's Kansas City Hope Lodge! Hope Lodge is the ONLY facility in our community dedicated to providing FREE, temporary hotel-like housing to cancer patients and their caregivers while they undergo lifesaving treatment. Shave to Save is truly special in the fact that 20+ community and corporate leaders will not only make the commitment to raise money and awareness for the Kansas City Hope Lodge, but they will also SHAVE THEIR HEAD on stage the night of the event in Honor or Memory of someone touched by cancer. 
Contact Information
Offer Valid: June 30, 2022September 30, 2022
Harvesters Mobile Food Distribution
Don Bosco is always looking for volunteers to help out at our monthly Harvesters Mobile Food Distribution. It takes place the SECOND FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH FROM 1:30 TO 4:00 PM. It is outside and located in the Don Bosco Senior Center parking lot. The address is 580 Campbell Street, Kansas City, MO 64106. 



Please use the link for the Sign Up Genius to sign up. You may also contact Liz Zini at lzini@donbosco.org or 816.427.0161. 



Don Bosco: Harvesters Mobile Food Distribution at Don Bosco (signupgenius.com)
Contact Information
phone: (816) 691-2900
Offer Valid: July 8, 2022October 31, 2022
Lazarus Ministries KC
We need help serving our guests meals and helping in the boutique doing personal shopping for our guests.  
Contact Information
phone: (816) 533-3138
Offer Valid: June 25, 2022August 31, 2022
Regular Classroom Assistant in Christian Montessori School

The Hearth Room is a new school opening just west of Liberty, MO in Kansas City's Northland this fall.  It serves students 2.5 years - 6th grade. It is located on 4 acres of meadow and woods and has a small pond.  Outdoor time, practical life skills, Bible, and civics education are emphasized in addition to traditional classroom subjects.

The school is in need of a volunteer to serve as the classroom assistant in the Primary class (preschool-Kindergarten) Tuesdays-Thursdays.

The Assistant is responsible for classroom management while the Guide is giving lessons. Because they can have a significant influence on the dynamic of the classroom, this person must be a calm, quiet presence in the classroom, comfortable staying back and allowing children to master a task on their own. At the same time they must keep a watchful eye and be confident enough to be firm and consistent. The Assistant will be in the classroom for most of the day, but will also frequently be outside in all types of weather to supervise recess. The Assistant role is a great opportunity to learn more for someone who is considering a career in nontraditional teaching and/or administration.
 
Requirements
A qualified assistant must be able to lift up to 75 pounds, be mobile for most of the day, move quickly enough to redirect a running child if necessary, and be comfortable reaching the floor. Grace and courtesy are a part of our daily routine, so manners are a must! This person will often respond to children if there is a conflict or challenging situation, so they must have a firm foundation of faith that guides their reactions, making them able to respond with spiritual clarity.

This is a volunteer staff position, and tuition discounts are available for volunteer staff children.  Learn more on the school's webpage.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 200-0264
Offer Valid: July 22, 2022October 25, 2022
Regular cleaning of school classrooms
Keep things beautiful and healthy!
The Hearth Room is a Christian, authentic Montessori school launching near Liberty, MO this fall.  It serves ages 2.5 years - 6th grade.



We are looking for volunteers to clean classrooms after school from 3:30pm-5:30pm on school days.  Cleaning supplies are provided by the school.



This is a volunteer staff position; we are looking for individuals who can commit to the same days each week during the school year. 

Staff volunteers receive tuition discounts at the school.



See complete details on the school's web page.



 
Contact Information
phone: (816) 200-0264
Offer Valid: July 22, 2022October 28, 2022
Story Boutique Volunteers - Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care
Provide a welcoming and comforting environment for our donors and shoppers

When you volunteer at Story Boutique you help us provide a welcoming and comforting environment for our donors and shoppers. You are the face of StoryB, helping us tell the stories of our donors and families who receive our services. The resale boutique is located at RanchMart North, 3407 W. 95th St., Leawood, Kansas 66206
All proceeds benefit Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care. 

Opportunities include assisting customers, accepting and processing donations, and pricing and preparing merchandise for sale. All Story Boutique volunteers receive 20% off their purchases. If you are interested in volunteering start here or call Jane Bethsheider at 913.642.2292.

 

 

Offer Valid: June 28, 2022December 12, 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
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