In 2011, the Fort Leavenworth Community documented over 1500 volunteers and their efforts. Their combined total contribution to the installation totaled almost $2 million. Without the continued support of our volunteer corps Fort Leavenworth would not be the “Best Hometown in the Army”.
Resiliency Center, 600 Thomas Avenue
Fort Leavenworth, KS-66027
Phone: (913) 684-2800
Open hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Army Volunteer Corps
Provides assistance in finding meaningful volunteer work that matches individuals with the needs of the organization. The following agencies provide fun resume enhancing experience and worthwhile opportunities to get active in the Fort Leavenworth community.
- Army Community Service
- Army Family Team Building
- Army Family Action Plan
- American Red Cross
- Boy Scouts
- Girl Scouts
- Friends of the Frontier Army Museum
- Fort Leavenworth Spouses Club
- Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
- The CDC Parent Advisory Board
- Installation Mayoral Program
- Tax Assistance Center
- Youth Sports
- Thrift Shop
- Rod & Gun Club
- Human Animal Bond
- Family Readiness Groups
- Child, Youth & School Services
- The Retiree Council
- Carl Library
- The Stray Facility
- Family & MWR
To find out more about these opportunities or to locate others, go to www.myarmyonesource.com and click on the "Volunteer Tools" tab on the top right side of the homepage.
At its heart, the Army Volunteer Corps will be an agent of transformation - changing the communities in which Army volunteers live, changing the lives of those whom volunteer efforts affect, and changing the lives of volunteers themselves. The Army Volunteer Corps continues the proud tradition of volunteer service in the history of our Army and extends it into the future, transmitting Army values and pride in our nation, one generation to the next. Volunteers, wherever they provide service to the Army community, stand prepared and ready to serve our nation as proud members of the Army Volunteer Corps.
The Army Volunteer Corps will be resilient, responsive, and forward-looking. It will enable the Army to respond to changes in volunteerism and changes in the needs of the Army community. Working together, volunteers and Army staff will seek flexible approaches to local needs and creative solutions for future challenges.