Maternity and Adoption Services - Division of Catholic Charities, provides permanent adoption placement for infants, reunion services for adult adoptees, and adoption support groups. It also provides comprehensive therapeutic counseling for birth mothers and their families. Volunteers are needed for office work, transportation, fundraising, and public speaking. Call 609-386-6221 email@example.com - www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org – Carol Spiker, Training Coordinator - 609-394-5181 x1164
Moorestown Community Link connects neighbors of all ages. Adults, parents, and students are needed for a variety of short and long-term volunteer tasks. Call 856-778-9255 or 856-234-6000.
Compassionate Care Hospice is a community based program that provides end of life care to patients and their loved ones. Our volunteers(16+) are a very special part of our program . . . our volunteers provide support thru companionship, running errands, respite and more . . . we presently recruiting for volunteers in the Burlington County area. All training and support is provided. If interested please contact Donna / Volunteer Coordinator at 609-267-1178 Website: cchnet.net/
Deborah Heart and Lung Center, located in Browns Mills, provides evaluation, general medical and surgical care for heart and lung diseases. Junior volunteers (14+) are needed weekdays during the school year and over the summer. Contact: Donna Dionne, Youth Volunteer Services: firstname.lastname@example.org 609-893-1200x4600
For All Adult and Senior volunteer services: Contact Cyndy Kornfeld, Director, National Volunteer Services, Deborah Foundation call 609-893-3372 Email: email@example.com - Adult volunteers are needed weekdays to assist patients and visitors
The Delaware Riverkeeper Network, an environmental watchdog group responsible for the entire Delaware River watershed, seeks responsible volunteers (16+). River Hands - These volunteers work on special projects like stream bank restoration and river cleanups. Special projects take place at different times and locations throughout the year and the watershed. No special training is required. All you have to do is show up willing to help. River Hands are notified of special project volunteer opportunities through the newsletter. This is a great opportunity for families and friends to get together, lend a hand and have some fun! River Stewards - These volunteers observe local waterways on a regular basis and report concerns and problems. A guidebook is provided and volunteers are notified of training opportunities during the year. Training opportunities include how to conduct biological surveys, stream mapping and more. How far you go is up to you. This is a great group for fishing fans, boaters, and others who live, work or play on the water! Home Waters Activists- These volunteers receive educational alerts when there is a current issue or hot topic in their watershed. They take action and speak out by educating their neighbors, writing letters, attending meetings and public hearings, and talking to public officials about threats to their local watershed. These are volunteers who raise their voice to protect their home waters. No special training is necessary. You choose your area of interest and types of actions. This is the group for people who are interested in advocacy and proactive protection! River Monitors - These volunteers perform chemical water quality tests, survey for sediment pollution and participate in macroinvertebrate surveys at test sites in the watershed. Tests are conducted biweekly and all data is recorded in logs. Monitors receive training and attend periodic reviews and quality assurance sessions. Monitors can also assist in securing funding to cover the cost of the test kits and chemicals by recruiting or being site sponsors. We currently have 82 active sites in the watershed. You can join a site near you or work at a new site as soon as funding is secured. This group requires dedication and training, but the experience is worth it Maya K. van Rossum, firstname.lastname@example.org or Email: email@example.com - Please see more specifics and fill out short inquiryform at: http://delawareriverkeeper.org/join/volunteer.aspx - (215) 369-1188
Welcome This directory is published by the Volunteer Center of Burlington County as a service to our community. For more information regarding local volunteer opportunities, call the Volunteer Center at 609-894-9311 (x7492), 856-222-9311 (x7492) or send an e-mail.
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Legacy Treatment Center serves the needs of the residents of Burlington County, seeks volunteers for both office work and consumer assistance. Duties include light paperwork, filing, organization and some follow-up phone calls to consumers. Must have pleasant demeanor, good organizational skills and ability to work with people. Call 609-267-5656 ext. 217., www.legacytreatment.org Laura Alfieri, Coordinator, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Emergency Squads of Burlington County need many additional volunteers, especially those available to respond to daytime calls during the week. EMT certification classes are offered in county. About half the squads also sponsor junior auxiliaries for teen volunteers. Burlington County First Aid Council - Francis Pagurek, President - email@example.com http://www.burlcofac.org/ or contact your local squad.
Animal Welfare Association ( AWA ) Voorhees
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers assist with cleaning, animal handling, clerical roles, outreach and fundraising events and much more. To ensure that the volunteer experience is a safe and enjoyable for all, our program does require training and completion of hours to be able to handle the animals. Minimum age requirements apply. One may submit an application to volunteer through our website at: https://awanj.org/volunteer-on-site .
Volunteer Coordinator- Katie Ritter
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local host families for students ages 15 to 18 coming into this area. Foreign students speak English, are bright and eager to learn and share culture and language. ASSE also seeks local high school students to become exchange students abroad. Interested families and students call Sue Nelson or (703-518-5022 . Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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