Volunteers need/wanted to represent the 23rd Reg. NJ Vol. Inf. The 23rd Reg. was a 9 mouth vol, reg. Date Mustered on Sept. 13th Mustered out June 27th, 1863.
Through Living History, to foster awareness and appreciation of the men and boys
from Burlington County who answered their country's call and formed the NJ 23rd
Volunteer Infantry Regiment, joining the famous First NJ Brigade in the struggle to
preserve the Union.
Needed and wanted
Vols. to join our group.
Male and female, and children can also join our growing family of friends. To take part in parades and local events in NJ or whatever comes our way.
Our Mission to spread the word of the 23rd Reg.and the men that took pride in calling them self's " YAHOOS " for the rest of live
For more information and to volunteer Message us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/Jersey-Yahoos-Burlington-Countys-Own-23rd-Vol-Inf-Reg-302633356529763/about/?ref=page_internal
Or email Edwin Kaewell firstname.lastname@example.org
Armed Forces Heritage Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is seeking volunteers to assist us with our mission programs. Volunteer opportunities include: MiniMo mobile museum setup/take down and docent responsibilities at public events throughout the county and surrounding areas, with upcoming planned events at the Roebling Car Show (4/27), Jeeps on the Waterfront-Burlington (5/4), Bordentown Street Fair (5/18-19), Ewing Partiots Day (7/3), Burlington County Farm Fair (7/16-20), and more! Living History presentations support of programs that feature veterans who have served with distinction. Such support includes audio/visual setup/take down, attendee registration & feedback survey form administration, and other hosting responsibilities at public venues in and throughout the Burlington County area Membership opportunity to work directly with our board of directors in promoting and shaping our mission to, "Preserve, Honor, and Educate all on the history of the military in New Jersey and the surrounding regions". Must be 18 years or older Contact Person: Marc Iroff; Email: email@example.com - http://www.afhmus.org/
The Burlington Vicinage is seeking adult and youth volunteers for two Superior Court programs.
Adult and youth volunteers are needed as Juvenile Conference Committee (JCC) board members, court-appointed citizens who hear and decide matters involving alleged juvenile offenders. They make recommendations to a family court judge for a resolution that would aid in the juvenile's rehabilitation.
Youth volunteers could be eligible for community service credit hours based upon approval from their high school.
Adults are needed as courthouse information specialists to greet and direct litigants, attorneys and visitors to their destinations. They also answer questions and provide assistance in person or by phone.
Prospective adult volunteers for both programs must undergo a screening process, which includes a written application, interview, fingerprinting and a criminal background check. Mandatory training provided by the Burlington Vicinage must be completed prior to volunteer service.
Prospective youth volunteers, who must be between the ages of 14 and 17, are subject to a juvenile record check. Parental consent is required for all youth volunteers. Mandatory training provided by the Burlington Vicinage must be completed prior to volunteer service.
For additional information about the programs and the application process, contact Lawrence Bethea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Armed Forces Heritage Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is seeking volunteers to assist us with our mission programs. Volunteer opportunities include: MiniMo mobile museum setup/take down and docent responsibilities at public events throughout the county and surrounding areas, Living History presentations support of programs that feature veterans who have served with distinction. Such support includes audio/visual setup/take down, attendee registration & feedback survey form administration, and other hosting responsibilities at public venues in and throughout the Burlington County area Membership opportunity to work directly with our board of directors in promoting and shaping our mission to,"Preserve, Honor, and Educate all on the history of the military in New Jersey and the surrounding regions". Must be 18 years or older. Contact Person: Marc Iroff; Email: email@example.com http://www.afhmus.org/
LifeTies, Inc. - Would you like to help us make a difference? We are in need of volunteers with diverse skills to assist with helping our youth to meet their potentials. Share your passions, your talents, your hobbies, and your experiences. And/or become a mentor and engage in building a caring, nurturing relationship with individual youth. Be the caring, positive role model that you already are.
There are vulnerable and at-risk youth in our community who must overcome the effects of abuse, neglect, homelessness, chronic illnesses, and more. At LifeTies, we provide a nurturing, safe environment for these youth to heal, learn and become equipped with the tools to work towards the brighter, successful future that they deserve.
Volunteers help us continue to work towards our mission: Nurturing wellness and self-sufficiency in vulnerable youth, young adults and their families. Whatever your interests, we have a volunteer opportunity for you. Join us at one of our information sessions to learn about LifeTies and how you can volunteer your time and skills to make a better tomorrow.
To find out more information and dates for our information sessions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sisterhood, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit Social Service Organization. based in Burlington City. Volunteers needed 21 years or older to help with Food Pantry, Clothing Donations and Maintenance work. Days and weekend opportunities available. Email Sisterhood4@juno.com website: https://www.sisterhoodnj.com
Volunteer Shopkeepers/Greeters Needed for the Whitesbog Historic General Store!
We are in need of helpers for the Fall and Holiday season, part-time and fill-in help is essential to keeping this village asset available for visitors to the Village, to pick up brochures, learn about the village, shop local goods, attend talks and programs and listen to local music!
The General Store is the starting point for most visitors to Whitesbog Historic Village. Hand-crafted items and books on Pine Barrens history and folklore are some of the items sold in a down-home, country store atmosphere reminiscent of the 1920s. The store is open on weekends, 10 AM-4 PM, year-round. More days and times can be added if volunteers are available on a regular basis.
Store sales go towards supporting Whitesbog Preservation Trust's (WPT) efforts to preserve and restore Whitesbog Historic Village, birthplace of the cultivated blueberry and a key piece of New Jersey's agricultural heritage. Funds raised support programs for the public, museum exhibits, field trips, tours and family events including Living History Days, Spooky Tours, Wagon Rides, Tractor shows, Maker's Day and more.
Whitesbog Preservation Trust is seeking volunteer sales associates.
Volunteer shopkeepers will:
Share information about the Village and WPT, including upcoming programs
Other responsibilities as needed
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY - training is provided.
There are two weekend days: Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM - 4 PM.
Shopkeepers should arrive a little before 10 am to set up and plan to stay until a bit after 4 to close up.
Families, friends and couples are welcome to work together and individuals who enjoy talking with the public are great!
Whitesbog visitors include diverse travelers such as hikers, walking groups, horse-back riders, visitors from out of state, people touring the Pine Barrens, local residents, school children, homeschoolers, people interested in the history of the village, explorers, families and seniors.
On occasion we have an evening event or special tour where visitors want to shop in the store as well, and we send out emails to shopkeepers to see if any are available.
A minimum commitment of one day per month is desired, but not required.
Interested? Call (609) 893-4646 or email WhitesbogPreservationTrust@gmail.com for more details.
For more information about the Trust, visit us online at www.whitesbog.org.
Whitesbog Preservation Trust is a non-profit organization created in 1983 by a group of New Jersey citizens to preserve Whitesbog Historic Village. The Trust leases Whitesbog from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement. The mission of the Trust is to restore, protect and enhance the land, sites, and buildings at Whitesbog and to provide educational and interpretive programs and materials about the history, culture, and natural environment of Whitesbog.
The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) is a library that serves New Jersey residents of all ages (children, teens and adults) who cannot read standard print or who cannot hold a book or turn the pages of a book because of a physical impairment, a reading disability, or a visual impairment. We offer no cost delivery of an Audiobook player, headset, Audiobooks, Audio & Braille Magazines, Braille & Audio Reading Download (BARD) and Braille Books.
The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) is always looking for volunteers to help with a variety of tasks.
Volunteer opportunities include (18+):
These two opportunities are immediate assignments and perfect for an organization’s Day of Caring project, a college group volunteering project or any group or individual willing to help out until the project is complete.
•Removing labels off of a (4” x 6”) plastic containers.
•Peeling of old and applying new labels to a (2″ x 3”) cartridge.
These opportunities are ongoing:
•Clerical support, data entry, scanning and assemble postal mailings.
Two Offsite Events:
•Annual TBBC Golf Classic volunteer on or off the golf course. We are always seeking new Committee Members to join our growing event.
•Biennial Fall Festival necessitates sighted guides for our patrons during the day’s event.
Serenity Hospice Care is looking for caring people to volunteer with our patients. We have patients in facilities and in their homes throughout New Jersey. We work around our volunteers schedule and location preferences. Patients are in Essex, Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic, Mercer, Burlington & Camden counties. Patients enjoy activities such as talking, playing games, cards, watching TV and reading! A small amount of your time will make a huge difference in someone's life! There is no experience necessary, we will do the training! If you are interested, please contact A J Blair at email@example.com or 609-227-2400.
Heartland Hospice, serving patients in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem Counties, offers many meaningful opportunities for volunteers (16+) to make a difference! A volunteer may assist in the office with clerical duties; visit a patient for companionship, give the patient's caregiver support and relief; visit a patient with your certified Pet Therapy dog; sing for/with a patient who enjoys music as part of our singing group; sit vigil with a patient who is on his/her final journey; call/visit families of our patients who have passed within the year for bereavement support; and/or sew 'Heartland Hugs' pillows for the families of our patients who have passed (must be able to sew and have a sewing machine). Patient companion volunteers are placed as close to home as possible. The opportunities are endless! Specialized training is provided throughout the year. Please call Lisa Spoto-Capaccio, Volunteer Coordinator, at 856.251.0707 or email Lisa.Capacccio@hcr-manorcare.com for more information.