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Community Volunteer Opportunities

Can't be a sponsor? Don't have a knack for sports?
There are tons of opportunities to be involved in Kansas City.
Check out the organizations below that are doing wonderful things for the KC community!

Volunteer Opportunities

Kansas City Center for Inclusion

Volunteer Application: https://www.inclusivekc.org/about/volunteer-outreach

The Kansas City Center for Inclusion, Inc. (KCCI) is Kansas City's LGBTQIA+ resource and community center. Founded in 2017, KCCI is proud to focus on the future of our family here in the greater Kansas City area. Kansas City;ss LGBTQIA+ community has a rich history, and we are proud to continue to be a part of this great heritage. Our mission is to provide safe, inclusive LGBTQIA+ community spaces where people can come for education, resources, and activities, as well as support a more cohesive LGBTQIA+ community in the greater Kansas City area.


AIDS Service Foundation

Volunteering: http://asfkc.org/aidswalk/

The mission of the AIDS Service Foundation of Greater Kansas City is to raise money to support the Kansas City metropolitan HIV/AIDS community while raising awareness about HIV. The mission will be accomplished by assisting equally the four Kansas City AIDS Service organizations, Thrive Health Connection, Hope Care Center, KC Care Health Center, and Save, Inc. We will award grants to not-for-profit organizations that service the specialized needs of the diverse communities dealing with HIV/AIDS, provide support to their families and friends, and/or promote education and prevention.

Modern Family Alliance

Volunteering: https://modernfamilyalliance.wordpress.com/get-involved/

The Modern Family Alliance operates with a mission to support LGBTQ parents and their children through events, resources, and education, and to foster a community in the Kansas City metro area that is respectful, encouraging and inclusive of all families.

Rose Brooks Center

Volunteering: https://www.rosebrooks.org/how-to-help/volunteer/

Rose Brooks Center is about saving lives. Each year, Rose Brooks Center reaches over 14,000 individuals and pets. While hundreds of individuals find safety in emergency shelter, thousands more are served outside of shelter each year. We accomplish this through groundbreaking programs and services, built over the past 40 years. The mission of Rose Brooks Center is to break the cycle of domestic violence so that individuals and families can live free of abuse.

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