Caregivers help us trap feral or “community cats” to help reduce pet over-population.
Help out at various events throughout the year.
We are always looking for workshops that offer our students ways to expand on in-classroom learning. No matter what your skill or hobby we know our students would learn from your experience and interest.
Imagine a career day where students visit multiple stations with different professionals. Students have an opportunity to learn about a wide array of careers in just a short amount of time.
Field days get all of our students out of the classroom and onto the playground for an hour! Volunteers run stations that consistent of a variety of games to get students moving and developing team-building skills.
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!
Help with event development and planning. Assist with the setup, sales, decor, and more on the day of an event.
Help with minor home maintenance like changing/cleaning air filters, smoke alarm batteries, light bulbs, etc. Pick-up and deliver medical equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, motorized scooters, crutches, etc. Provide transportation to limited locations. Sanitize and test medical equipment.
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.