For all opportunities, please arrive at the Leawood campus Narthex and check in between 8:45am & 9am. Onsite serving opportunities are usually completed around 11:30am; community serving opportunities usually last until 1pm.
*Featured Opportunity! Avenue of Life Read and play with young children while their parents attend classes at Avenue of Life. Volunteers will also sort/clean toys and prepare a light lunch to share with the kids. Suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. 10 volunteers needed. (500 N 7th St Trfy, Kansas City, KS 66101) Reserve here
Kansas City Rescue Mission Cook and Serve a simple meal for about 60 persons who are homeless. Suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. Six volunteers needed. (1520 Cherry St. KCMO) Reserve here
The Heritage of Overland Park Baking cookies with dementia residents and playing board games. Family friendly suitable for children of all ages accompanied by an adult. Fifteen adult volunteer spots are available, you do not have to preregister children under twelve. (10101 W 127th Street OPKS) Reserve here
Grace United Community Ministries Soup Kitchen Cook and serve a meal for 75. Family friendly suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. Ten volunteers needed. (801 Benton Blvd KCMO) Reserve here
My Father's House Help assemble Kitchen Kits, Cleaning Supplies, Buckets, load furniture and/or other fun and meaningful activities that offer a 'hand up' to those who are in need of household furnishings. Lunch is provided. Suitable for adults and children 8 and older accompanied by an adult. Twenty five volunteers are needed. (2100 Manchester Tfwy, KCMO) Reserve here
Assemble Meal for GRT Assemble a simple lunch at the church, to be delivered to the Gentlemen of the Round Table. Four volunteer spots available, one adult/family needed to deliver meal to KCMO when the lunches are packed. Family friendly suitable for all ages 5 years and older accompanied by an adult . Reserve here
Make Mats for the Homeless Make mats out of recycled plastic bags. Family friendly suitable for adults and children 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. Fifty volunteer spots are available. Reserve here
Learn to Crochet Plarn (plastic yarn). Learn how to crochet recycled plastic bags into mats for persons who are experiencing homelessness. You can learn this skill and make even mats at home. Suitable for adults and children 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. No reservation required.
Knitters for Those in Need No supplies necessary, no skills required. Everything you need will be provided. Make caps for newborns, prayer shawls, etc. (The Spring Coffee Shop) No reservation required.