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How to get involved
with Missouri River Relief

Volunteer at events!

Check out our upcoming events. Each event page has a button that links you to our event signup page. Just check the events you want to come to, fill in the requested information (and write a fun comment in the comment box) and click submit. Come to the event and we'll put you to work! If you need community service hours, this is a great opportunity. Just ask for a community service sheet at sign-up the morning of the event.

Organize your friends, families, co-workers and youth groups!

The best way to get the biggest results are with energized groups. Get your fellow workers, scout groups or organizations to team up for a big show!

Help with in-kind donations!

Every event has food and supply needs to make it the best possible. Send us a message if you or your business can help with food or supply donations. We're always in need of clean-up tools, vehicles and more.

Event Planning and Partnerships

It really helps to have partnering organizations on the ground in the cities we visit. If your organization is interested in helping with event preplanning or day-of implementation, let us know by email or at 573.443.0292. If you are interested in planning your own clean-up, we can help through advice or partnership. To brush up on what it takes to put on a river clean-up, check out our Big River Clean-up Manual.


This river stewardship machine isn't free. We really appreciate your tax-deductable donations. No donation is too small! You can either donate easily and securely online through our online form, or by sending your tax-deductible contribution to:

Missouri River Relief
PO Box 463
Columbia, MO  65205


If you have more detailed questions about how you can be involved, click here for our contact info.
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