From beach cleanups to citizen science trainings, visit our website to learn more about our upcoming events.

We are excited to welcome volunteers ages 10-17 to our Junior Volunteer Program! Junior Volunteer opportunities are available every day of the week and include tasks such as cleaning, laundry, dishes, socializing with cats, working with potential adopters, etc. Junior Volunteers are required to volunteer with their parent/guardian at all times.

From our volunteers who work at our information desks and our nurse’s stations, to our Pet Therapy program and working with patient families in our waiting rooms, our 200+ volunteers unselfishly give of their time and talent. We are grateful that they are part of our St. Rose Dominican family. Volunteers are required to work…

For those interested in getting their hands in the dirt, volunteers assist with transplanting, harvesting, washing, & packing farm fresh produce. Volunteers go home with fresh produce as a thank you!

Support KTMB by volunteering at one of our events!

Volunteer at one of our site locations for the annual Great Community Cleanup on April 29, 2023. Visit our website ktmb.org/volunteers to register beginning in late March, 2023.

Volunteer at one of our site locations for the annual Great Community Cleanup on April 29, 2023. Visit our website ktmb.org/volunteers to register beginning in late March, 2023.

Help us restore the wetland and plant native species! We will be doing a fall planting event of native plants in the wetlands. This community event is a great way to learn about native plants, support your local parks and put in some volunteering hours! Register at https://www.tmparksfoundation.org/plantemonium !!

Every Wednesday we distribute fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy, meat, and much more to those in need in our community. We are in need of volunteers to help pick-up the food, set-up for distribution, shop with clients, and clean up after we are done.

A Comfort Crate is like an overnight bag for a chemo patient. Each crate is filled with items that are found to be helpful during treatment and on days when leaving the house doesn’t seem like an option. A small gesture that can make a big difference in the life of a breast cancer patient…

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