Burlington County Division of Parks seeks volunteers (18+) with an interest in the arts, local history, nature, and festivals. The Friends of the Mansion at Smithville is a non-profit organization who are also seeking volunteers for docents and special events. To find out about the extensive volunteer opportunities available for both individuals and groups throughout the Burlington County Park System, please go to our webpage at www.co.burlington.nj.us/1443/Volunteer-Opportunities
Moorestown School of Music - Volunteer Music School Supervisor; 3 to 5 hours per day (Monday - Friday); overseeing accounts receivable/payable and reconciling accounts, scheduling lessons, have strong skills in software, social media/web-based applications and computer use, developing and assist with marketing programs in and around the Moorestown/South Jersey area to increase school's student population and enhance instruction, represent the school at recitals and fundraising events, addressing staffing issues from individual instruction teachers and Music Together franchise staff, liaise with parents and supervise the receptionist. Contact Dori Cowan or Jacqueline Farmer, Moorestown School of Music, 301 Union Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057, 856-235-7565, www.msmnj.org. Email: email@example.com
The Clare Estate offers top quality senior living on all care levels. Our senior living services and wellness care include a variety of options for all seniors, whether they choose independent living, assisted living, enhanced care, or memory care services. We are not a traditional care facility; we are a home specialized in the care and support of your loved one. We pride ourselves on the longevity of care providers who really get to know and bond with our resident as an extension of your family. One may think Alzheimer's disease is the end of the story, in reality it is just the beginning of a new chapter that can be filled with great meaning and purpose. Making one resident smile can change the world, maybe not the entire world, but their world. We are currently looking for individuals who are compassionate and strive to make others smile. We are in search of people who are artists, musicians, and interested in sitting and chatting with our residents. The many crafts we offer, including bead making, tie blanket making, & artwork inspired by famous artists, encourage our residents to share their talents. One may never expect it, but even in our most reserved residents, an artist dwells! What we expect from our volunteers is a compassionate nature, willing to take part in our daily activities such as exercise, bingo, reading groups, crafts, cognitive exercises, and coffee socials. Feel free to contact us via e-mail or phone with any questions or comments. firstname.lastname@example.org or (609)298-9960 ask for the activities department.
Black Run Preserve - The Black Run Preserve is a 1,300 acre parcel of permanently preserved land in Evesham Township, located between the Marlton Lakes and Kings Grant neighborhoods. It is an ecological wonder of Pine Barrens forest, wetlands, streams and old cranberry bogs, and hosts a variety of threatened and endangered plant and animal species. We need your help. Volunteers with a variety of skill sets and experience are needed as we extend our outreach into the local and regional communities. Email: email@example.com - Website info: https://blackrun.org/volunteer-opportunities/
Virtual Volunteering Opportunities -virtual volunteering is the practice of volunteering using the Internet, off-site from the organization being assisted. Virtual volunteering is also known as online volunteering or cyber service. For volunteer opportunities visit: http://volunteercenterburlingtoncounty.org/content/virtual-volunteering
The New Jersey Youth ChalleNGe Academy provides a highly disciplined environment fostering academics, leadership development, physical training, and personal growth to educate and train unemployed youth who have ceased to attend high school.
We are seeking volunteers to join our mentoring program. Through a friendly matching process mentors will be connected with youth attemding the Academy. As a mentor you will: serve as a positive role model and friend, motivate at-risk youth to change his or her life towards positive behavior and success, and help build the youth’s self-esteem.
- Mentor must be 21 years of age and older
- Attend on-site Training Day
- Three face-to-face visits
- 12 month follow-up after youth graduate
Applications can be accessed on our website: www.nj.gov/military/challenge
Please direct any questions to the Recruitment, Placement, and Mentoring Department
Delanco Emergency Squad is in search of volunteers interested in providing the highest quality and personal care to the patients and families in Delanco Township and our neighboring towns. Volunteer opportunities can be found on our website at delancoems.org/EMS/volunteer-oppertunities/. Become a part of our team today! Questions? Reach us at ContactUs@delancoems.org, or give us a call at (856)764-0951 Ext. 19.
Emmanuel Cancer Foundation (ECF) is a not-for-profit organization, whose mission is to provide a variety of specialized services, at no charge, to any New Jersey family facing the challenges of caring for a child with cancer. The distinctive feature of ECF’s program is the tailored package of support provided to the family. The Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization, privately funded by the contributions of individuals, corporations, foundations and community groups. Volunteer Opportunities include: organize a food drive, assist with special events, organize a local fundraiser, deliver food to area families, or pack, shelve, and inventory the Food Pantry, track and acknowledge patient and sibling birthdays. Southern Regional Center - 856.853.4803 firstname.lastname@example.org www.emmanuelcancer.org
The NJ Long-Term Care Ombudsman (NJLTCO) has identified an urgent need for volunteer nursing home advocates in Burlington County. The NJLTCO provides advocacy to people living in long-term care facilities and investigates allegations of abuse and neglect in those facilities. Volunteers undergo 32 hours of training in communication, observation, and troubleshooting skills and are required to shadow an experienced volunteer before being assigned to a facility. Once assigned to a facility, they are required to spend at least four hours a week visiting residents, listening to their concerns and troubleshooting problems with the facility administration. Anyone over the age of 21 who is interested in volunteering can email Deirdre Mraw at Deirdre.Mraw@ltco.nj.gov or call her at 609-826-5053. Or check out the NJLTCO website at www.nj.gov/ltco to sign up.
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