Volunteer with Bridging The Gap
Join us in creating an environmentally sustainable world.
Bridging The Gap has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, families and students. Whether you have just a couple of hours or want to make an ongoing commitment, you can help protect our planet for generations to come. We have many ways for you to get involved! To let us know how you’d like to help, email Amy Smith, Volunteer Services Manager, at 816-561-1087.
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Help us improve our community by volunteering at the 3 Trails or Metro North Community Recycling Center on Saturday, March 8! Morning and afternoon shifts available. This outdoor volunteer opportunity is great for busy students who need to complete service learning hours. We have a special need for Saturday volunteers to help at the Metro […]
Join the Heartland Tree Alliance to plant 21 trees in the historic Westport district! Generously funded by the Harley-Davidson Foundation, this project seeks to replant areas where trees died due to disease or vandalism. All tools will be provided. Volunteers are asked to wear sturdy shoes, long pants, and bringwork gloves. Water and snacks will […]
Volunteer to remove invasive honeysuckle from a bottomland forest along the Blue River. This Kansas City WildLands workday is in partnership with Project Blue River Rescue. Online registration coming soon! Contact Linda Lehrbaum, 816-561-1061, ext. 116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer to remove invasive garlic mustard with Kansas City WildLands! We’ll be working in the woodlands surrounding Rocky Point Glades in Swope Park, seeking and pulling garlic mustard plants – a nasty exotic invasive that would eventually take over the woodland floor if left alone. Online registration coming soon! Contact Linda Lehrbaum, 816-561-1061, ext. 116 […]
Join Keep Kansas City Beautiful (KKCB) to pick up litter in the central core of Kansas City, Missouri. KKCB will provide the safety vests, trash bags, litter grabbers, gloves, portable scales, etc. All volunteers must register in advance. This is an ongoing volunteer opportunity, generally on the last Saturday of each month. Online volunteer coming […]
This fun, popular spring event is a fundraiser for BTG’s environmental sustainability programs. Celebrate our 18th annual EarthWalk with us at Kansas City, Missouri’s Riverfront, near the City Market! Event volunteer opportunities may include setup, course monitors, walker registration, and more! All volunteers must register in advance. Most jobs require a limited number of […]
This unpaid internship will support two Keep Kansas City Beautiful (KKCB) projects through December 2014. For more information, including how to apply, please click here. This intern will work with the KKCB program manager on two key programs, Green and Litter Free Events and the Great American Cleanup. For each project, the intern will assist […]
Please note: The following opportunity is only available to groups (guaranteed minimum of 15 volunteers) that want to set up a special workday. Volunteers will remove honeysuckle, an invasive plant, from a public land site in the metro area, helping native plants flourish. These workdays can be arranged with our Kansas City WildLands Program Manager […]
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to become more involved in your community, or to take your environmental awareness to the next level by helping others? Join us by volunteering at one of our Community Recycling Centers! This outdoor volunteer opportunity is also great for busy students who need to complete service learning hours. […]
Do you support Kansas City’s community recycling centers, but you prefer to volunteer in climate-controlled comfort? Please consider joining Bridging The Gap’s team of phone bank volunteers, who help us reschedule our recycling center volunteers. No cold calling – phone bank volunteers call individuals who already volunteer with us or who have expressed interest in […]