The Network is proud to have strong relationships with nonprofit and civic organizations throughout our community, and we take great pride in connecting members to organizations they’re passionate about. We reach out to community partners to learn how our members can help serve their mission – whether that’s hands-on volunteering, filling a volunteer leadership role, or something else.

These are just a few opportunities to get plugged in, so click here to find more.

If you know of any volunteer opportunities in the community, please submit them below.

Music Therapy of the Ozarks

The Rockin’ Roll Bike and Music Festival

Deborah Hartwig & Julie Cassity

(417) 873-7877

On October 8, 2022, we need volunteers for The Rockin’ Roll Bike and Music Festival in Springfield, Missouri, to help support Music Therapy of the Ozarks. Volunteers can participate at this bike ride benefit and festival in a variety of ways including helping with:

  • Setting up the event
  • Giving bike riders refreshments at rest stops
  • Providing hospitality
  • Serving food at the buffet
  • Operating the photo booth
  • Providing route intersection support
  • Tearing down the event

Volunteers younger than sixteen years of age will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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Terrace Home Health and Hospice

Volunteers Opportunities: Patient Care, Music Therapy & Memory Bears

Melody Roster

(417) 576-2536

Would you like to make a difference in the life of a hospice patient? We are looking for volunteers to sit with our patients and become companions to them. Some have nobody to visit them and nobody to be with them when they are  imminent. It takes such little time but means the world to a patient on hospice.

Do you know how to play an instrument? Are you looking for an opportunity to use the talents you have been given to help others? We are looking for music therapy volunteers to bring comfort to our hospice patients. Music is soothing to the soul and can help anyone going through a rough time.

Do you know how to sew? Would you like to use your skills to help our patients’ caregivers through a difficult time after their loved one passes? Would you like to sew memory bears made out of a patient’s favorite article of clothing? We would supply all of the supplies. Please contact me for further information.

Alzheimer’s Association

Walk to End Alzheimer’s Planning Committee

Samantha Whittaker

(417) 461-4025

It’s time to assemble the planning committee for the 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s® – Springfield, MO!

This dedicated group of volunteers is at the heart of every Walk, driving the development and growth of the world’s largest fundraiser to fight the disease.

Help advance the fight against Alzheimer’s from the ground up.

Make-A-Wish Missouri & Kansas

Wish Granter

CeCe Etter

(314) 384-5067

As a member of a wish team, wish granters meet with the wish family in pairs, help the wish child determine their one true wish and act as a liaison between Make-A-Wish staff and the wish family during the wish process. They get to know the wish child and help to make the wish journey truly magical for each child. Wish granters must be a minimum of 18 years old and pass a comprehensive background screening. Join our Make-A-Wish family by helping grant wishes to children across Missouri & Kansas!

Habitat for Humanity, Springfield

Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity

Kelsey Milholland

(417) 829-4001

Do you want to help build for future generations? At Habitat for Humanity we help build futures for families and their children through home builds and home repairs. No construction experience is necessary, our skilled construction staff will teach volunteers the process of building a home. Check out the opportunities here and see how you can help deserving families in need of a safe place to call home.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks

Lunch Buddy

(417) 889-9136

As a Lunch Buddy you would make a one-year commitment to spend 30 minutes per week visiting your Little at his or her school during their lunch time. You would hang out with them one-on-one in the library, or another designated area, to play cards or just talk about their day.

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Ronald Mcdonald House Charities of the Ozarks

Various Opportunities

(417) 886-0225

Our Ronald McDonald House volunteers do a little bit of everything including checking in families, baking special desserts, restocking rooms, cleaning, answering the phone, assisting with mailings, running errands and computer entry.

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Convoy of Hope

Hands of Hope

(417) 823-8998

Hands of Hope is a community service opportunity that allows volunteer work in Springfield, Mo., where our World Distribution Center is located at 330 S. Patterson Avenue. Most Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30, volunteers help sort, pack, count and label items that are distributed throughout the world. If Springfield Public Schools are canceled because of inclement weather, Hands of Hope will follow suit.

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The Victim Center

Volunteer Victim Advocate

(417) 863-7273

Our volunteer victim advocates are essential, front-line volunteers who provide victims with support, comfort, and resources in the aftermath of a crime. The Victim Center’s crisis hotline is open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, thanks to our volunteer victim advocates.

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Community Partnership of the Ozarks

Volunteer Income Tax Preparation

(417) 888-2020

Do you have a passion for helping others? Become a volunteer tax preparer through Community Partnership. VITA volunteers help file taxes for hard working individuals and families, so they get all the credits they have earned and maximize the amount of their refunds! Things you need to know about volunteering for the VITA program: you don’t have to be a math genius , expert accountant or have prior experience; you will receive free training and all needed materials/software; there are many volunteer positions open that don’t require preparing taxes; days and hours are flexible; volunteer sites are conveniently located the community at libraries, churches and not-for-profit agencies. As a volunteer you will join a program that helps thousands of people file their taxes at no charge. Your help will make a huge difference!

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Springfield Little Theatre

Volunteer at The Springfield Little Theatre

Michelle Sturm

(417) 896-3869 x 113

At Springfield Little Theatre, we have a need for ushers, ticket takers, poster distribution, costume shop and tech/scene shop work for all of the productions that take place at: The Landers, The Education Building, and all off sight productions the Springfield Little Theatre might have! There truly is a place for everyone to have a role when it comes to volunteering at Springfield Little Theatre!



Rebecca Weber

(417) 864-6202

CASA is the only volunteer organization that empowers everyday citizens as appointed members of the court. In an overburdened social welfare system, abused and neglected children often slip through the cracks among hundreds of current cases. Appointed by judges, CASA volunteers typically handle just one case at a time—and commit to staying on that case until the child is placed in a safe, permanent home. While others may come and go, CASA volunteers provide that one constant that children need in order to thrive. We need people to spend about 5-10 hours/month building a relationship with the child(ren) and consistently advocating for their best interest.

Isabel’s House


Madison Gramling

(417) 840-5632

As an Isabel’s House volunteer, you can become a valued part of #TeamIsabel in a number of ways, including-serving alongside our staff, taking care of our kids, cooking, cleaning, gardening, and fixing things up, working in our offices and on organization projects, fund raising and assisting with community outreach, advocating for child abuse and neglect prevention in the Ozarks. You have something great to offer our kids, and we’re looking for the best of the best to join us in our mission to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect.

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