Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the City of Liberty! Whether there is a group or just an individual looking for a one-day event or an ongoing opportunity, there are plenty of options. From coaching and city beautification to student service projects and special events, volunteers are our biggest champions and one of our greatest assets. It is our ultimate goal to provide you with a gratifying experience.

Join the Snow Squad

Not afraid of the cold and snow? Liberty Meals On Wheels is looking for volunteers to join their Snow Squad. The Snow Squad shovels the driveways, sidewalks, and front entry for Liberty Meals on Wheels recipients any time we get more than 2 inches of snow. This helps our volunteers access the home more safely and takes the worry off the recipient!  For more information and to volunteer, please contact Hailey Kellerstrass at 816.439.4396 or email.

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program

Are you 55 and older and interested in serving your community in a way that suits your schedule, skills, and interests? Serve as an AmeriCorps Seniors volunteer in our Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and let us connect you with meaningful and rewarding community volunteer experiences.
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  1. Events & Programs
  2. Meals on Wheels
  3. Coaching
  4. City Beautification
  5. Theatre

Special Events

  • Liberty Fest
    • Opportunities include: Assisting staff with parking, monitoring games, trash clean up.
    • Time commitment is around 4-5 hours.
  • Hometown Holidays
    • Opportunities include: Monitoring s'mores station, helping with lines for Santa, monitoring games.
    • Time commitments is around 3-4 hours. 

To learn more and volunteer, contact Erika Brant, Community Engagement Manager - Liberty Parks & Rec, at 816.439.4363 or via email.

Liberty Community Christmas Tree

  • Opportunities include: adopting a family and sorting donated food.
  • Time commitment varies 

To learn more and volunteer, contact Hailey Kellerstrass, Community Services Manager - Liberty Parks & Rec, at 816.439.4396 or via email.

Boards & Commissions

  • Description: All of the City's Boards and Commissions are volunteer positions. There are Boards and Commissions to support all of the City's functions, from Arts Commission to the Park Board.
  • Qualifications: Must be a current resident of Liberty and have lived here for 1 year.
  • Availability is based on vacant positions. 

For more info, contact Sarah Ranes, Deputy City Clerk at 816.439.4413 or via email.

Liberty Silver Center

  • Bingo Caller
    • Description: Call Bingo on Mondays and Fridays or serve as an alternate caller.
    • Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week
  • Monthly Birthday Party
    • Description: Assist staff with set up and clean up for birthday celebrations. 
    • Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per month
  • Phone Pal Program
    • Description: Help combat loneliness and social isolation with seniors in our community. 
    • Time Commitment: Twice a week phone calls with a client for at least a 15 minute duration.

To learn more and volunteer, contact Brigitte Thomas, Silver Center Coordinator - Liberty Parks & Rec, at 816.439.4368 or via email.