is a small non-profit end of life care organization located in Burlington County and serving patients and their families across the region. Our volunteers are treasured members of our hospice family and we are incredibly grateful for the love and support they bring to our work. We are always looking for community members who want to take part in the care we provide and there are many ways to do so. We are on the lookout for Patient & Family Support Volunteers to serve as companions to patients and their families, Administrative Support Volunteers to help with a number of office and organizational projects, Pet Therapy Volunteers who would like to bring their certified animals to brighten our patients’ lives, Music Therapy Volunteers to play and sing with those we serve, and Veteran Volunteers who want to support other veterans who are receiving end-of-life care Additionally, we are always looking for crafty folk who like to sew, crochet, and knit to help make quilts and blankets for our patients. We provide training, an amazingly supportive team environment, and lots of gratitude. Thank you for considering us! If you are interested in learning more about volunteering with Acacia, please call Collika Thomas the Volunteer Coordinator at 609.589-4072 or email email@example.com. Our website is: www.acaciahospice.org
The weather is changing, school is back in session, and we finally have a sense of normalcy here at Ronald McDonald House!
Is your family or small group looking to get involved in some volunteer work? Our calendar for the meals & activity program is active! There are many days still available from now until December for groups to come cook or conduct an activity for the families staying at RMHSNJ. The families absolutely love seeing such welcoming faces here at the House.
Many say our volunteers make their entire day! Please click the link below to sign up. For questions, contact Jill@RMHSNJ.org or call 856-966-4663.
Also, we have part-time morning Kitchen Aide jobs available with start dates as soon as possible. The Kitchen Aide is responsible to maintain a clean and orderly environment in the volunteer kitchen, family kitchen and dining room by using established COVID-19 safety & health guidelines. The Kitchen Aide is also responsible for assisting volunteer groups as they cook meals or conduct activities in the House. For more information, contact Danielle@RMHSNJ.org or call 856-966-4663.
RHSNJ Family Services
Journey Hospice ( a program of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey)
SEWING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Mend a Heart – Sew a Memory Bear
While nothing can ever take the place of a loved one, a memory bear can bring comfort to the grieving families touched by hospice. Memory bears are crafted from articles of clothing of hospice patients who have passed and are sometimes adorned with sentimental momentos and accessories. They become a treasured keepsake for families.
Volunteers do not have to live near a Journey Hospice location. We will ship clothing and accessories provided by the family to you and cover shipping expenses to return the completed memory bears.
Journey Hospice, a program of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey, is a non-profit provider of hospice and palliative care services in New Jersey. If you enjoy sewing and would like to help make a difference for those who have lost a loved one, please contact Beth Gebhart, Director of Community Relations & Volunteers at (609) 760-6073 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a membership-based organization that advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research. The branch furthers the national mission and initiatives while promoting and designing local, cultural, environmental and educational programs. The branch contributes to the National Educational Foundation, the Legal Advocacy Fund and STEM programs. Scholarships are annually awarded to women furthering their college education at RCBC. Membership is open to anyone holding an Associate, Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university. In-person meetings are held at the Burlington County Library in Westampton.
Branch Website: https://burlingtoncounty-nj.aauw.net/
National Website: https://www.aauw.org/
New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club Save the planet, help stop climate change, clean up the environment, and support sensible laws that protect clean air and water and overburdened communities. Join the New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club! Our Chapter has 20,000 members working for a sustainable New Jersey for all. In Burlington County, the Chapter is represented by the West Jersey Group. Volunteer opportunities abound. Visit our website at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey to find out more about what we do. Read the latest issue of The Jersey Sierran for news of our activities in the Garden State: https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey/news
Save the planet, help stop climate change, clean up the environment, and support sensible laws that protect clean air and water and overburdened communities. Join the New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club!
Our Chapter has 20,000 members working for a sustainable New Jersey for all. In Burlington County, the Chapter is represented by the West Jersey Group. Volunteer opportunities abound. Visit our website at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey to find out more about what we do. Read the latest issue of The Jersey Sierran for news of our activities in the Garden State: https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey/news
The Sierra Club was founded 130 years ago and constitutes one of the most powerful and influential environmental lobbies in the United States. In New Jersey we are fighting to stop the continued buildout of fossil fuel–based power plants and prevent development of hazardous and climate-warming liquid natural gas infrastructure. We support offshore wind energy development and solar power, and we advocate for sensible state and local planning policies to stop unrestrained warehouse development and the harmful effects this causes, such as increased diesel pollution and disappearance of limited open space.
The Sierra Club welcomes new members, both young and old, and has an abundance of volunteer opportunities to fit all interests and environmental passions. There’s no reason to sit at home and worry about environmental decline when you can get involved and help make a difference. Volunteering with the Sierra Club is also a way to learn how you can change your practices to live in greater harmony with the natural environment. It’s never too late!
Find out more. Visit our website today! We need you. The planet needs you!
To join the West Jersey Group of the NJ Chapter, contact Gina Carola at email@example.com
You have not lived until you have done something for someone who can never repay you." Ascend is offering volunteer opportunities for compassionate & empathetic individuals who want to enhance their lives by giving their time to others in their community. Volunteers can provide companionship visits, make special crafts for patients and families, support our bereavement team and assist our office staff. Ascend Hospice embraces a holistic approach and utilizes the gifts and talents of alternative practitioners, such as massage therapists, reiki practitioners, pet therapists and music therapists. Volunteers receive hospice volunteer training and mentoring; hours range from one to two hours per week and a commitment of at least one year. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Catherine Gillespie at 732-540-9348 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Ages - 18 and up)
The Burlington County Footlighters Community Theater , 808 Pomona Road, Cinnaminson NJ, seeks to encourage the appreciation of theatre and other cultural programming through public presentations of these artistic endeavors; to allow non-professionals a place to explore their creativity; to provide education in the arts for young people in the region; and to engage with our community through outreach and activities designed to further these goals.
Each year, Footlighters stages between 4 and 10 productions for audiences of all ages.
We are looking for volunteers in the following areas:
Box Office/Ticket Taking
Volunteers of all ages are welcome! If you are interested please email Jim at Facilities@bcfootlighters.com
Literacy NJ Burlington County Programs Volunteer Opportunities
Long-term Volunteer Opportunities (1+ year) Reading and Writing tutoring Teach adults how to read or improve their reading skills so they can get a better job, obtain their driver’s license, or pass the GED/HSE exam. English as a Second language tutoring Plan goal centered lessons to prepare students to talk to their child’s teacher, succeed at a job interview, and ask questions at the grocery store. RSVP Community Board member Join our RSVP community board to influence policy and promote senior volunteer engagement in your community. Coaching online learners Coach students through online/asynchronous lessons. Answer their questions and encourage them through their digital literacy and Pre-HSE modules.
Short-term Volunteer Opportunities Citizenship class tutor Help prepare students for the US Citizenship exam. Tutors will teach students history, civics and N-400 (US Government citizenship application) vocabulary to pass their exam. Job Skills class tutor Assist students with goal setting, career planning, job searching, resume writing and interview skills using our 12 week curriculum. GED/HSE tutor Prepare students for the GED/HSE exam in our 12 week program Pre-HSE/GED group tutor Help students improve their reading and math skills so they can transition to a GED/HSE program. Tutors will use a 12 week curriculum to prepare students to transition to an HSE program or tutoring. MLK Day event planning committee member Each year Literacy NJ holds Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events around the state. Assist with planning and organizing the event to promote the values of Dr. King.
One day Volunteer Opportunities US Citizenship mock interviewer Prepare students for the US Citizenship exam by acting as a mock interviewer. Interviewers will ask students civics, history and other exam related questions. Mock job interviewer Prepare students for their job interview. Act as a mock interviewer asking students common job related interview questions. All volunteer activities can be done in-person and remotely.
Regional Program Director
Literacy New Jersey
Burlington County Programs
Gloucester County Programs
Virtua Willingboro Hospital seeks volunteers to work in several areas of the Gift Shop and Front Desk Greeter Limit position available due to Covid. Located at 218 Sunset Road Willingboro, Junior volunteers (14+ and in high school) or older Contact person Dorice at 609-835-3045