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
Board Member
Board Members Needed
About Us
Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center is organized as a Missouri not-for-profit corporation and operates exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.

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

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

Criteria/Expectations for Board Members

  • Willing to serve up to two three-year terms as an elected member (or serve some portion thereof if appointed to fill the remainder of a vacant, unexpired term)
  • Committed to attending 4 board meetings per year with an excused absence
  • Willing to participate actively in one or more committees and carry out appropriate assignments outside monthly board meetings
  • Willing to serve as an officer or in other leadership roles
  • Willing to provide reports on Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center activities and Foundation Board meetings
  • Agrees to record volunteer hours each month and submit to the Volunteer Services Coordinator
  • Attends as many Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center-sponsored library activities as possible
  • Acts as an ambassador for Tomlin Academy Early Childhood Center in a formal and informal capacity
If interested, please submit a note of interest and a copy of your resume to Shantelle Tomlin at misstomlinacademy@gmail.com. Inquiries welcomed!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 785-7878
Offer Begins: January 31, 2019
Board Member for Community Radio Station
One Kansas City Radio is seeking Board Members
One Kansas City Radio unites the multicultural voices in the Kansas City Urban Core through programming and community services that entertain, educate, inform and inspire.
It is our vision that One Kansas City Radio will provide a platform where people of all ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds feel welcomed and respected. As we provide this forum for the Urban Core and surrounding communities, we seek to unite all its listeners and followers through music, programming, and events that reflect the beauty of diversity.

We are seeking 2 new board members for the next term. Specifically we are looking for 1 member to act as our treasurer

Board duties required are; 

  • Commit a minimum of 4 hours per month to the work of the board and of the organization, and any extra effort that may be required in relation to fundraising events or other special activities.
  • To attend scheduled board meetings.
  • To commit to serve actively on at least one standing committee and to attend committee meetings regularly.
  • 3 year term 
Specifically for the treasurer position
  • Keep accounting books and update transactions for the organization
  • Report on organization finances quarterly at board meetings
  • Assist in the annual budget plan for organization
  • Assist in the application of grants
  • Responsible for filing annual IRS returns
Contact Information
phone: (816) 535-0152
Offer Valid: January 4, 2021January 25, 2021
Board Member for the Northland Symphony Orchestra
Help support the arts in Kansas City!
The Northland Symphony Orchestra is looking for interested ones to join the 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 board member include:
  • 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: August 1, 2020June 30, 2022
Board of Directors

Heartland Chamber Music’s focus is twofold: CHAMBER MUSIC and OUTREACH

Heartland Chamber Music will celebrate its 20th Anniversary in 2021. HCM has served more than 5,000 students ages 3-76 and presented more than 200 concerts throughout the past 20 years through year-round and summer programming. 

HCM’s newest program, String Sprouts is an El Sistema based program whose mission is to effect social change through music for children with the fewest resources and the greatest need. Sprouts provides free instruments and 32 weeks of lessons for children ages 3-8. We currently serve students in three Kansas City public school districts on both sides of the state line.

We have a dynamic Board chair and a diverse and committed group of board of directors. This is an exciting time to make a significant difference in your community as we expand our Board of Directors.

Are you inspired by:
  • music as an art form and an educational tool?
  • being proactive instead of reactive to the effects poverty has on academic success?
  • bringing chamber music concerts to underserved communities?
If so, we are looking for Board members with the following expertise and associations:
Early Education
Fundraising Skills
Legal experience in non-profits
Marketing/Public Relations

if interested please e-mail Kathy Cook at kcook@heartlandchambermusic.org.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: December 4, 2020January 31, 2021
GUILDit Art/Biz - Board Member Opportunity
Be a part of a growing board as a Treasure or lend expertise in human resources, strategy, communications, nonprofits, leadership, project management, event planning, public relations, ….

About GuildIt
For the past 5 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.

Monthly forums with workshops, panels, lectures, speed networking, art shows, and other business-building events dispersed throughout the year.

Forums/Workshops Are Once A Month
4th Thursday, 12-1pm, online or at the Kemper Museum

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)
7-9 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

- 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 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.


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Help Us Serve the Community! Board Members Needed
Promoting Mental Health Awareness
Mental Health Connect of Missouri (MHCMO) is a nonprofit that was incorporated in April 2018. We are looking for board members and/or volunteers to serve with us as we grow. After the challenges of last year, we consider 2021 a year to regroup. This is a great time to join us! If you are passionate about growing an organization that emphasizes the importance of mental health, we would love to talk to you. 

MHCMO’s mission is to promote mental health awareness through education, information, and support. Our vision is to see an end to the stigma of mental illness. It’s a bold vision and our mission drives us to seek its fulfillment. We believe the more people know about mental health, the more understanding and compassion they will have for people living with mental health conditions. 

(1) Symposiums on mental health with guest speakers and breakout sessions (3 hours)
(2) Workshops (1-2 hours)
(3) Customized presentations or training for community organizations, churches, and clubs
(1) Website with resource links.
(2) Blog with encouraging stories and insights
(3)"Mental Health and Faith" podcast with interviews of mental health professionals, peers, mental health nonprofits, care pastors, and others.
(1) Support group - Currently, there is one support group meeting in Lee's Summit, Missouri. It is our hope to start others in the KC area.
2) Training and assistance in starting a support group
(3) Future Plan: Retreats such as a Women's Wellness Retreat

Board members should have a 'servant leader' mindset with the following attributes: a passion for promoting mental health, confidence, humility, the ability to work as a team. Fundraising experience and community connections would be beneficial.

Contact Caroline Cooper, Executive Director (caroline@ingodscorner.org OR 816-589-0356) for an application or to schedule an introductory meeting. As a faith-based organization, board members will be expected to embrace our values: compassion, authenticity, education, faith, and advocacy.

Thank you for your consideration.

Contact Information
Offer Valid: January 5, 2021January 31, 2021
Lead in a GROWING Mental Health Nonprofit
Your investment can make a difference
The Pathway To Hope Board of Directors governs the overall execution of the organization’s mission.  Principally, the Board manages organizational finances and sets long term priorities for programs.  Additionally, the Board oversees the Executive Director, who is responsible for day-to-day management of the programs.  Overall, the members of the Board contribute the educational, management, legal, and financial skills needed to ensure long term organizational stability and ensure year-to-year educational excellence for the PTH programs.

The Board of Directors has up to 15 voting members.  Terms are for two years and no more than three consecutive terms.

Board Member responsibilities include attendance at monthly board meetings and serving on Board subcommittees. Board members also hold a fiduciary responsibility for management of organizational capital and ensuring appropriate filings with federal, state, and local authorities consistent with PTH’s status as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. PTH’s attendance policy allows for removal if three meetings are missed in a 12-month period.

Please apply on our online form https://forms.gle/S7EVSUjp8MRyaLsL7 and send your resume/CV to our Executive Director: kiersten@pathwaytohope.org
Contact Information
Offer Valid: November 9, 2020January 31, 2021
Recruitment for 2021-2022 Scuola Vita Nuova Board of Directors
We are currently seeking diverse Kansas City area professionals to serve on our board of directors.
Recruitment for 2021-2022 Scuola Vita Nuova Board of Directors

About Us: Scuola Vita Nuova (SVN) Charter School is a not-for-profit Kansas City area charter school serving K-8th grade students in the Northeast community.

Mission & Vision: SVN provides a safe, healthy, collaborative community of engaged learners who are inspired academically while fostering a supportive network for its families. As a collaborative community of learners, SVN shall be a positive, engaged member of the community and be recognized statewide as one of the top ten charter schools in academic performance.

SVN Board of Directors Description: We are currently seeking diverse Kansas City area professionals to serve on our board of directors. Directors commit to serving a minimum of one elected three-year term.
We are seeking members who will:
  • Attend and actively participate in monthly board/committee meetings and trainings throughout the academic year. (approx. 5-10 hours/month)
  • Promote the interests of SVN to the broader Kansas City community and within their professional networks.
  • Commit to championing and promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging during board meetings and within board/school practices.
  • Make annual monetary contribution to SVN in an amount that is meaningful to them.
  • Have a background in one or more of the following skillsets: finance/accounting, human resources, contract law, nonprofit fundraising, public relations/communications, and strategic planning.
While board members are not required to live near Scuola Vita Nuova, applicants who live within the Kansas City, Missouri school district are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested applicants are encouraged to express interest by sending current resume via email to Solissa McKay at smckay@svncharter.org
Contact Information
phone: (816) 231-5788
Offer Valid: June 1, 2021June 3, 2024
Theatre Advisory Council Member for Johnson County Park and Recreation’s Theatre in the Park
Theatre in the Park (TIP) is the largest outdoor community theatre in the country! We are seeking community leaders from across the region to assist and advise TIP with fundraising, programming, and promotion of TIP activities.
The Theatre in the Park Advisory Council (TAC) endeavors to gather a group of diverse personalities and backgrounds from across the Kansas City Metro area to advise and assist Theatre in the Park (TIP) with fundraising, programming, and promotion of TIP activities.

The financial obligation of each council member involves a $500 total donation (which may be in any way that supports TIP). Council members also serve as an advocates on behalf of TIP to JCPRD and to the community at large.

The TAC meets monthly, except during the summer months. All members are encouraged to attend all TIP Indoor and Outdoor productions and serve as ushers when needed.

Generally, council members begin their term on January 1 each year. However, applications may be submitted at any time during the year.
Offer Valid: January 1, 2021December 31, 2021
Women’s Music Network Board Member
Music organization seeking community leaders to join our working board to achieve our mission of supporting and growing female-identifying musicians in the local and global industry.
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 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 to educate and cultivate 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. 
  • 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 10 board meetings per year, which are held Monday evenings at 6:30pm, the third week of each month, excluding November and December
    • The 2021 schedule is as follows:
    • January 18, February 15, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20, October 18
  • 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
  • Agrees to record volunteer hours each month and submit records to Volunteer Services Coordinator
  • 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: 
  • Legal secretary to hold office of secretary
  • CPA/Accountant to hold the office of treasurer
  • Grant Writing experience
  • Printing - T-shirt’s, paper goods, promotional material
  • 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)
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: January 1, 2021December 31, 2021
Video Tech Volunteer
Photo/Video Peeps please Inquire
The Sewing Labs is seeking a Video Technology Volunteer  who can assist our teachers in the classroom with virtual on-line classes and video production technology needs. The Sewing Labs has COVID precautions and protocols in place to keep our community safe. We check temperatures to all who enter and require masks, distancing and limited capacity based on current KC requirements.
  • Assist with sound, switching, lighting, and set-up.
  • Produce video content in support of the classroom and on-line classes.
  • Edit digital video from raw files to finished work.
  • Capture b-roll for events.
  • Distribute video throughout various web & social media channels.
  • Organize and archive video assets.
Our Mission: The Sewing Labs is an inclusive and welcoming community teaching the legacy of sewing for employment, entrepreneurship, and enrichment.
The Sewing Labs is seeking a Video Technology Volunteer to assist our teachers in online classes with videos, cameras, lighting, switching and computer technology.  
  • Learn how to create content for a non-profit organization.
  • Learn how video marketing impacts fundraising.
  • Learn applications of video in various social media for non-profit growth.
  • Learn how to coordinate all areas of video editing.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Sewing Labs is seeking an individual to assist with on-line video classes in our classroom.  We are seeking someone with strong visual and editing skills to shoot and edit together new content for our organization.
12-20 hours per week. Editing can be completed virtually.
COMPENSATION: This is a volunteer or unpaid internship opportunity. Role may qualify for college credit if internship.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Looking for a candidate either undergraduate or graduate with a background in film, photography, communications. Candidates must prove DSLR experience with videography experience (whether personal or professional).
REPORTS TO: Operations Manager
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Knowledge of audio/video recording and postproduction.
 • Final Cut, Adobe Premiere, or background in other video editing software.
• The ability and desire to work in a non-profit, community environment
• The desire to meet and exceed measurable performance goals
• A fanatical attention to detail
 • Ability to be a team player (Collaboration!)
• Energetic, compassionate, enthusiastic individual with an appreciation for creativity and making encouraged to inquire.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 888-3051
Offer Valid: January 4, 2021December 31, 2021
Community Recycling Center Volunteer
Help Kansas City recycle!

Would you like to learn more about how to recycle or are you passionate about wasting fewer resources? Come volunteer with Bridging The Gap! Volunteers learn about the recycling center operations, help educate patrons about how to effectively recycle, and assist in keeping the bins free of contamination to create high quality recyclable materials. 

Sign up to lend a hand through our online calendar. 
Red Bridge Recycling Center is in South KCMO at 5200 E. Red Bridge Road.
Pleasant Valley Park Recycling Center is in KCMO's Northland at 5601 NE Pleasant Valley Road. 

Volunteer opportunities are outdoors with strong COVID-19 safety protocols in place. 

Contact Information
phone: (816) 561-1087
Offer Valid: December 26, 2020March 31, 2021
Advisory Council Member
Serve your community, support those seeking employment and entrepreneurship in a distinctive way.
The Advisory Council serves as a critical community champion of The Sewing Labs. Members of the Advisory Council share their gifts in service to our mission yet have no governing function within the organization. As an Advisory Council member, you will work with The Sewing Labs Executive Director and the Board of Directors to support fundraising efforts for the organization.
Advisory Council members understand the mission:
The Sewing Labs is an inclusive and welcoming community that teaches the legacy of sewing for employment, entrepreneurship, and enrichment.
We focus on individuals who find themselves in at-risk situations, yet welcome everyone.
 Advisory Council members act as ambassadors for The Sewing Labs to promote and raise awareness of the organization. Advisory Council members shall limit activities to advising on matters that directly concern the organization’s programs, fundraising efforts, and community awareness. Advisory Council Members are encouraged to apply for Board Positions with The Sewing Labs when board positions become available.

The Advisory Council member shall:
  • Possess diverse skills, backgrounds, and experiences to support The Sewing Labs.
  • Provide board and management with objective opinions about the organization.
  • Provide input, skills, and knowledge towards specific projects supporting The Sewing Labs.
  • Attend regularly scheduled Advisory Council meetings, either in person or virtually.
  • Follow up on tasks assigned by council chairman or Executive Director
Specific scope of work of the Advisory Council member include the following:
  • Identify program resources, technical assistance, and marketing resources.
  • Identify possible funding sources and potential partnerships.
  • Make connections to local resources, colleagues, or peers for the Executive Director
  • philanthropic support or other forms of needed assistance
  • Assess the impact of programs, projects, and events.
  • There are no term limits, but at least one year is expected.
  • Serve as ad hoc member on short-term committees for events such as, fundraisers.
  • Serve as an advocate and ambassador to promote The Sewing Labs.
Time Commitment
  • Attend and participate in Advisory Council meetings.
  • Potential for 2–3 hours per month dependent upon needs.
  • Attend a minimum of 3 meetings a year.
  • Stay informed of the plans, activities and needs of The Sewing Labs.
  • Allow The Sewing Labs to publicize council members’ names and participation in print and web.
  • Support The Sewing Labs mission in a significant way throughout the year, this may include:
    • Providing expert advice.
    • Making introductions/opening doors to constituents and potential donors.
    • Co-chairing, promoting, and attending events or hosting special gatherings or fundraisers.
    • Securing budget-relieving philanthropic gifts of any kind.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 888-3051
Offer Valid: November 16, 2020April 30, 2021
Are you looking for a super fun atmosphere to give your time? We are in need of Receptionists!
Help create a world where EVERYONE ages well!
Volunteer for KC Shepherd’s Center!
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity helping older Adult’s in the Kansas City area?
We are currently seeking individuals to be a Receptionist with

The KC Shepherd’s Center.

YOU! This is a great opportunity for an individual that has a cheerful, outgoing and helpful attitude. It is helpful to have a background in administrative activities (but not required, training will be provided) and that is eager to learn.

  • Answering incoming calls
  • Greeting clients
  • Client Services-Setting appointments for Medicare clients
  • Data Entry
  • General office duties-mailings, shredding, making copies. 
Currently we have three re-occurring weekly shifts to be filled:
  • Monday 2 pm -5 pm
  • Tuesday 2 pm – 5 pm
Volunteer duties are performed at our main business office located:
The Loreto Building business offices, 1111 w 39th street, suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64111

The KC Shepherd's Center provides programs, leadership and advocacy to help both active and homebound older adults live healthy, engaged and independent lives. You will be key to help Older Adults in our community connect with the programs and resources they need. Truly making a difference in the community and helping to create a world where everyone ages well! 

Social distancing will be maintained and all volunteers will be provided
(and required) to wear masks.
For more information please contact Volunteer Manager Bobi Hallak at 816-444-1121 ext. 105 or email her at bobi@sccentral.org to fill out an application today!
Contact Information
phone: (816) 444-1121
Offer Valid: January 5, 2021April 30, 2021
Help Feed Hungry People in YOUR Community
Rescue Fruits & Veggies at Farms Near Kansas City

Fruits and vegetables are going to waste in farmers’ fields. Can you help us save this fresh, nutritious produce to feed hungry families?

After the Harvest rescues nutritious fruits and vegetables from going to waste and donates them to agencies that serve hungry people, primarily in Greater Kansas City. Our volunteers glean after the harvest, picking what’s left in farmers’ fields and picking up already harvested leftover produce. The majority of the funds we raise helps secure semi-truckloads of donated produce that might otherwise end up in landfills. After the Harvest, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is the largest produce donor to Harvesters-The Community Food Network.

Are you, your friends, family or organization looking for a fun activity while also helping others? Come join us! Breathe in fresh country air, get your hands a little dirty, bring the kids and help glean within 30-45 minutes of Kansas City. Then, if you can, help even more by delivering the fresh produce to local food banks and pantries.

Sign up to glean with us this season! Gleanings are scheduled May-November, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 7:30-10:30 a.m. in the summer, with later start times in the fall. Other gleaning dates pop up outside of these pre-scheduled ones.

Other opportunities:

  • Does your organization/group wants to glean? Reserve your date now.
  • Do you want to lead a gleaning? We always need field supervisors.
  • Do 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 your help.

Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1903
Offer Valid: August 25, 2020November 26, 2025
Legal Counsel to Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity - Volunteer Basis
Provide volunteer legal counsel to local Habitat for Humanity
Volunteer needed to provide legal counsel to Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity on an as-needed basis
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION:  Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity (THHFH) in Eastern Jackson County, MO is seeking the commitment of a professional volunteer(s) qualified to provide general legal counsel as may be required from time to time, and on an on-going basis.  This position is ideal for any legal professional that shares Habitat for Humanity’s passion for helping lower-income households and neighborhoods achieve strength, stability, and self-reliance through homeownership.  This position does not require or include an appointment to THHFH’s Board of Directors; however, an opportunity to serve as a Director of the Board may be made available in the future for interested candidates that are residents of Jackson County, MO.  As a developer of real estate and affordable housing, a mortgage lender, and a nonprofit service provider, THHFH requires legal counsel that is generally familiar with laws pertaining to real estate contracts, construction contracts, vendor agreements, mortgage lending, employment law, nonprofit governance, and business liability.  Our most immediate need is for review and maintenance of certain policies, agreements, purchase contracts, and mortgage loan documents pertaining to its affordable homeownership program.   THHFH’s President/CEO has decision-making authority for the organization on most matters and will serve as the volunteer’s primary contact. 
Ongoing, as-needed.
Minimum three years of experience in business law, preferably including work in the areas of real estate and contract law
Contact Information
phone: (816) 461-6551
Offer Valid: August 18, 2020January 31, 2021
Produce Rescue Driver Needed
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.

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:

  • Does your organization/group wants to gleanReserve your date now.
  • Do you want to lead a gleaning? We always need field supervisors.
  • Do 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.

Contact Information
phone: (816) 921-1903
Offer Valid: August 25, 2020November 26, 2025
Clay County MU - Extension Council Member
Clay County MU - Extension

The county extension council, comprised of elected and appointed citizens, is a full partner with Missouri's land-grant universities to deliver high-quality education and research-based information that helps people solve real-world problems and take advantage of opportunities.

Council members:

  • Work with extension specialists to provide the county educational program
  • Manage finances of local extension operations
  • Provide personnel to carry out extension activities
  • Elect and organize the local extension council
The Clay County Extension Council meets at 6 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the extension center. The public is invited. We recommend calling ahead to confirm time and exact location.
Contact Information
Offer Valid: February 1, 2021February 1, 2023
Social Media Volunteer

The Sewing Labs is seeking an individual to assist with our social media needs.  This position can be done from home.  

  • 5-10 hours per week.  This can be a shared position.
  • Volunteer from home.
  • Must be familiar with social media platforms (how to post, how to tag, etc).
  • Background of working with business social media is a plus.
  • Knowledge of IGTV/IG Reels, TikTok is a plus.
  • Knowledge of Planoly is a plus.
  • Must have a cell phone and/or laptop and access to email.
  • The ability and desire to work in a non-profit, community environment.
  • Ability to be a team player.
  • Post daily or multiple times per day to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. 
  • Photos and captions will be provided.  
  • Add hashtags to posts in Instagram.  Create events in Facebook.  
  • Communicate with operations manager and volunteer coordinator weekly via zoom.
Compensation:  This is a volunteer or unpaid internship opportunity. 
Contact Information
Offer Valid: November 5, 2020January 31, 2021
Video Editing Volunteer
Can you edit videos? Transition clips together? We need you!
We have segments of videos we need put together.  Some video recordings with dead air we would like removed.  We do not know how to do these things, and can't do them quick and efficient.  Hoping for someone with skill or in training or needing volunteer hours for internship to help us along.  This would be at our KCMO location.  We have a computer and cubicle you can use here.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 968-0425
Offer Valid: November 9, 2020January 29, 2021
Volunteer at Lakemary
Growing Community Together
Since our founding in 1969, Lakemary has looked to the open hearts and dedication of the community in which it is nestled to help us provide a multitude of opportunities for adults and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other intellectual/developmental disabilities.

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

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

We know it takes a special person to volunteer and the generous work of people such as yourself ultimately allows us to fulfill our mission to provide an array of services, programs, housing, and valuable experiences for the individuals we serveTo learn more about how to volunteer or to sign up for a current opportunity, give our Volunteer Coordinator a call at (913) 557-4000!
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phone: (913) 557-4000
Volunteer Coordinator for Community Radio Station
Help us power One Kansas City Radio!
One Kansas City Radio is a low-power, community radio station that unites the multicultural voices in the Kansas City Urban Core through programming and community services that entertain, educate, inform and inspire. We are community created and community led and are currently seeking a volunteer coordinator who could help recruit and manage volunteers to fill critical roles on our committees and to assist with programming and operations. Time commitment is 1-2 hours/week.
Contact Information
phone: (816) 535-0152
Offer Valid: December 21, 2020March 31, 2021
Volunteer for Harvesters Mobile Food Distribution at Don Bosco

Don Bosco hosts Harvesters Mobile Food Distribution every 2nd Friday of the month, where we need volunteers from 1:30pm to 4pm to help us distribute food to families in need. It occurs outside in Don Bosco's parking lot, where families either drive or walkthrough. We accept adults and youth ages 12 and up. If you are under 16, we ask that you have a parent or guardian with you.

Masks are required. If you do not have your own, we will have some available in addition to gloves and hand sanitizer.

We would not be able to do this work and reach as many people without volunteers, so we would greatly appreciate it if you could help out!

If you're interested, please sign up through this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904054EAFA92DA2FD0-harvesters

Contact Information
phone: (816) 691-2900
Seeking Spring Interns for Program and Marketing/Communications
Professional Development and Event Planning Opportunity
Are you looking for a way to contribute to bridging political divides in the community? Do you believe that there is a path forward to finding actionable common ground? American Public Square at Jewell (APS) is looking for self-motivated and passionate College/University and High School students to join our Spring 2021 Intern Team. Gain meaningful professional development by contributing to APS programming and experiencing real-world learning opportunities.

APPLY: APS has up to 5 available internships for the Spring 2021 semester in the following disciplines:

(3-4) Program Intern, (1-2) Marketing and Communication , and (1) Assistant to the CEO. See brief descriptions below. To apply, please email APS Student Initiative Coordinator at allison@americanpublicsquare.org for a copy of your resumé. 


  • Each of these internships is recommended at 10 hours a week for 14-16 weeks

  • This internship will be virtual with meetings taking place over the Zoom platform. 

    • There may be some opportunity to visit the APS office in Westport in a safe and socially distanced way. 


Program Internship:

The APS Program Intern will work directly with the Program Coordinator to assist in developing our primary American Public Square programming. The Program Intern will help to develop APS primary and secondary events, work on membership outreach and promotion, work alongside committees to determine the direction and content of programs and assist with events on the day of. 


  • Helping develop program topics for the upcoming season

  • Assisting with smaller scale programs (Lunch & Learns, Pop-Ups, Member Socials)

  • Working with committees on program content and direction

  • Coordinating with outside marketing and event planning agencies on program materials

  • Developing and implementing strategies for membership

Marketing and Communication Internship:

The APS Communications Intern will work directly with the Student Initiative Coordinator and Executive Director to assist in community outreach, marketing, social media, and brand development for American Public Square. The Communication intern will be responsible for updating and maintain American Public Square’s social media presence (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, ect.), working to develop newsletters and media outreach to the community, and working on brand development for the organization.


  • Keeping social media platforms updated regularly

  • Promoting APS events through various communication channels

  • Editing promotional materials

  • Working to develop secondary media materials (podcasts, videos, photos)

  • Identifying potential community partners and collaborators

Assistant to the CEO:

APS is looking for a self-motivated individual to assist our CEO and Founder, Ambassador Allan Katz, with day-to-day administrative and research oriented tasks. This role requires and individual who:

  • is comfortable and confident in making phone calls

  • shows strong intuition towards problem solving

  • is timely and adaptable 

  • has strong written communication skills

  • has strong interpersonal communication skills 

Sample tasks and assignments include: 

  • helping to coordinate meetings and scheduling

  • researching organizations or individuals and sharing back information in a clear and concise manner

  • making phone calls to organizations or individuals on behalf of the organization 

Contact Information
Offer Valid: January 20, 2020May 14, 2021
Seeking Spring Interns for Non-Profit Experience
Are you a college student or graduate with a passion for helping your community while learning valuable professional skills? If so, you are a perfect candidate for the open internship positions that the KC Kansas Angels Nonprofit has available this spring '21. 
Requirements: Must be kind-hearted, dedicated advocate, and passionate leader. Must have the ability to quickly curate trust-based connections with all we partner with, including volunteers and families experiencing foster care, and must be willing to be a dedicated learner.

Value: An internship with KC Kansas Angels offers students hands-on experience with a quickly-growing nonprofit that requires the commitment and investment of its participants. We provide the learning and experience it takes to thrive as a committed, competent, and effective leader within the nonprofit community. KC Kansas Angels interns will become value-centered, service-oriented, and ethical leaders. All internships are unpaid, but eligible for class credit.

Start Date: January 15
End Date: May 9

We have positions available in each department of our organization including marketing, event planning, fundraising, casework, and more. For more information please email us at info@kckansasangels.org or visit our website. 
Requirements: Must be kind-hearted, dedicated advocate, and passionate leader. Must have the ability to quickly curate trust-based connections with all we partner with, including volunteers and families experiencing foster care, and must be willing to be a dedicated learner.
Virtual and in person availability. 
Contact Information
phone: (913) 488-5094
Offer Valid: January 15, 2021May 9, 2021
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