Welcome to the Volunteer Center of Burlington County, a private nonprofit, community based organization serving area residents & organizations since 1996.

New Volunteer Opportunities

New Opportunities

  • Be a New Jersey State House Tour Guide!

    The New Jersey State House Tour Program seeks individuals who enjoy history, civics and have an appreciation of art and architecture to conduct tours of one of the nation's oldest state capitols. If this describes you, please contact Carol Rogers, Tour Guide Liaison at crogers@njleg.org or call 609-847-3150. Training begins this spring.

  • Adolescent Mentoring Program

    The Adolescent Mentoring Program provides young adults, ages 14-20 who are at-risk for child abuse and neglect, with a responsible adult Mentor. Supportive adult relationships are a critical part of encouraging healthy youth development and when there is no one else there to fill this role or to provide youth with the attention they need, Mentors can make all the difference! Our mentors assist youth by being a listening presence to guide them through their ever-changing lives.

Unity Rocks! MLK Day Event by RVRHS

In recognition of Martin Luther King Day 2021, students at Rancocas Valley Regional High School (RVRHS) in Mount Holly were invited to paint, color or draw a positive message of unity on a 3-5 inch rock and place the rock somewhere in Burlington County, NJ where others could find it. Click below to view the students' messages of unity, love and peace. The project is in conjunction with the Volunteer Center of Burlington County



Shout-out to all who participated in the Volunteer Center of Burlington County's 15th Annual MLK Day Challenge.  Since 2007 the Challenge has been held in partnership with the Burlington County Library System and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Burlington County.

Thank you for the homemade greeting cards and donations for:

Burlington County Animal Shelter

Oaks Integrated Care Food Pantry

Operation Yellow Ribbon South Jersey








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During the COVID-19 crisis follow the Burlington COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disasters) Facebook page.

The center has served as the administrator of this page since 2015

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Click here for:  Virtual Volunteering Opportunities

  • In 2020, Volunteer Center of Burlington County has welcomed a new generation of board members to compliment current members. Also, the center is working  to become acquainted on an ongoing basis with the needs of residents and community resources of Burlington County municipalities.

  • Volunteer Center of Burlington County has established a Skills Bank for matching volunteers with the specific needs of organizations.  To register with the Skills Bank send an  email message to volcenter@hotmail.com -  include name, email address, specific skill(s), availability, area you are available to serve, population and/or cause most interested.

  • Find a Volunteer Center: http://pointsoflight.org/global/our-network Points of Light operates through a network of innovative volunteer-mobilizing organizations located in more than 250 cities across 37 countries. Together we are inspiring, equipping and mobilizing more people to use their time, talent, voice and money to create positive change in their communities. Our global network brings a unique blend of inspiration, innovation and a passion to help citizens and many of the world’s leading companies take action to solve community problems.