opportunities for everyone in every season.

For a small nonprofit, After the Harvest helps create a big impact–rescuing and delivering thousands of pounds of fresh produce to area shelters, food pantries and community kitchens primarily in Greater Kansas City. Fortunately, it’s a passion we share with our generous growers, donors and the many volunteers who work with us. We’re all in this together. Volunteer and bring your own skills, talents and time to make a difference.

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Yambassadors
Be an After the Harvest advocate, speaking to groups, helping at events and spreading the word. Sign up
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Office Help
Put yourself at the center of what we do when you come to the office a few hours a week. Sign up
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Fundraiser

Become part of a movement by fundraising on your own or by putting a team together for even greater results.

SPECIAL SKILLS FOR A SPECIAL CAUSE.

Imagine making a difference doing just what you do best. That’s what happens when you use your special skills to help After the Harvest address hunger and health issues that affect thousands of our hungry neighbors. So, whatever you can do, chances are we need you.

Marketing Projects

Help with copywriting and design, marketing, public relations, strategy and planning, social media and web design.

Operations Projects

Apply your experience in agriculture, produce procurement, produce transportation logistics, process management and risk management.

Event Planning Projects

Provide your assistance with our annual fundraising event, Greens&Jeans, and other smaller events.

Funding Projects

Ensure ongoing access to funding with research, grant writing and planning.

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“That’s why I come here (to the food pantry)—to help feed my children. I come here because it helps my family toward the end of the month when things get tight. Today, (we) get corn. At the store you pay how much for it? I can’t afford…that.”

— Jamie, After the Harvest produce recipient