Volunteer Opportunities Directory

Compassionate Care Hospice

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/

 

 

 

Delaware Riverkeeper Network

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.

Welcome

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.

Click on the categories or tags to navigate opportunities by interest level. Use the age categories to locate opportunities designed for that age group.

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Legacy Treatment Center

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:  lalfieri@legacytreatment.org

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Emergency Squads of Burlington County

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 - fpagurek@mountlaurel.com     http://www.burlcofac.org/   or contact your local squad.

 

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  • Servicios Latinos de Burlington County

    Servicios Latinos de Burlington County is a non-profit organization that serves the Hispanic Community of Burlington County. Some of the services we offer are: Information and referral, Case Based Management, (ESL) English as a Second Language Classes, Citizenship Classes, Basic Immigration Services, Translation Services, and general assistance for those seeking housing, employment, doctors, dentists, etc.  Servicos Latinos hosts a number of events throughout the year including: The Hispanic Heritage Celebration, an annual Health Fair, Thanksgiving Turkey Drive, Children Christmas and Toy Drive, Three Kings' Day Celebration, Day of the Race, Cinco De Mayo Award Luncheon.  Volunteers are always needed to assist with office help, ESL Classes, Events, etc.  Angela Gonzalez, Director -Contact us at 609-518-7171 or visit our website   http://www.selbuc.org/

    E-mail:  servicioslatinos@hotmail.com  Fax: 609-518-7172

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  • Boy Scouts of America– Garden State Council

    Boy Scouts of America– Garden State Council has volunteer openings for adult leaders to work with Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturing, STEM Scouts and Exploring (a career-oriented coed program).  Volunteers also welcome to assist with camp programs, office work, serve as STEM mentors or educators, fund raising and special events, and on local committees.  For your opportunity to help young people, call 609-261-5850 ex 217, Stacey.ehling@scouting.org - www.gardenstatescouting.org

     

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  • Burlington County Animal Alliance

    Burlington County Animal Alliance, http://www.bcaaofnj.org  seeks volunteers (18+) for the following: Visiting Burlington County’s Animal Shelter in Westampton to help maintain the shelter’s web site  by taking photographs and noting current population; providing foster care to animals rescued from shelters and other means like owner surrenders; helping with animal adoption events, including our weekly adoption event at both the Moorestown and Mt. Laurel Petsmart’s on Saturday from 12 noon to 3 pm.;  assisting in fundraising efforts in order to support our mission.  Call Lorraine at (609) 880-1235 or email jajachris@aol.com

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  • Burlington County Behavioral Services (Catholic Charities) – Delaware House Mental Health Services

    Burlington County Behavioral Services (Catholic Charities) - Delaware House Mental Health Services - in Westampton - a program of Catholic Charities, seeks volunteers for clerical, and assisting our nursing staff; also teaching arts and crafts and nutrition.  Office hours are daily from 9:00 am to 4:00 PM.  Service hours are flexible.  Diana Pasca, dpasca@cctrenton.org - Call 609-267-9339 ext. 5154 - 25 Ikea Drive, Westampton, NJ 08060

  • Burlington County Municipal Alliance Network

    Burlington County Municipal Alliance Network works with, and is funded by, the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, county and local government.  Municipal Alliances plan, coordinate, and conduct alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention activities to benefit communities.  There are 26 alliances serving 33 communities in Burlington County.  Local events and projects need input and support.  There are many volunteer opportunities for adults and groups of supervised teens.  Call the County Municipal Alliance Coordinator at 609-265-5538   Patricia Hightower, email: phightower@co.burlington.nj.us for the current contact in your town

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  • Burlington County Superior Court

    Burlington County Superior Court conducts nine volunteer programs: Juvenile Conference Committees, Supervised Visitation, Child Placement Review Boards, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Courthouse Visitors Assistance Program, Docent Program, Municipal Court Mediation, Small Claims Mediation, Parenting Mediation. Volunteers under age 18 are invited to join Juvenile Conference Committees and Docent program. 609-288-9500 ext. 38105, email:  frank.carr@njcourts.gov for details on programs. Website www.co.burlington.nj.us/

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  • Family and Community Services – a program of Catholic Charities

    Family and Community Services - a program of Catholic Charities providing behavioral health services to individuals, couples & families - seeks volunteers for phone and receptionist duties, and clerical work.  Mornings or afternoons, 9 AM - 5 PM in our Burlington office – 609-386-7331 - Orientation provided.  Volunteers are also needed to assist in grant writing and research, and fundraising projects.  Flexible hours.  Please contact Barbara Striker, Training Coordinator – 609-394-5181 ext. 1164  - cspiker@cctrenton.org - www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org

     

  • Military & Family Support Center (MFSC)

    The Military & Family Support Center (MFSC) incorporates the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Army Community Service and Fleet & Family Support Center of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst coordinates volunteer efforts on behalf of military families. Volunteers are needed for recreation, office work, and mentoring. Teen volunteers are considered.  Joint Base MDL, 3435 Broidy Road  - Monday – Friday: 7:45am – 4:30pm  Call  609-754-3154  See website: http://gomdl.com/activities/military-family-support-center/ , contact:   Susan Endres, Community Readiness Consultant, susan.endres@us.af.mil – 732-323-1248.

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  • Food Bank of South Jersey

    The Food Bank of South Jersey’s mission is to provide an immediate solution to the urgent problem of hunger, by providing food  to needy, teaching them to eat nutritiously, and helping them find sustainable ways to improve their lives.  Volunteer Hours are M – F 9:00 – 11:30am and 12:30 – 3pm shifts.  No walk-ins, all volunteering must be scheduled.  Jobs include: sorting, packing boxes of can goods, sorting non-foods, packing Kidz Packs and Senior bags, etc.  There are also offsite Hope Mobile and special events volunteering available.  Must be over 13 years old.  13 – 16 yr. olds must be accompanied with a parent.  New Volunteer Orientation is required and is held once per month on the 2nd Wednesday – RSVP required.  Please contact Gerald Tieyah, gtieyah@foodbanksj.org or volunteers@foodbanksj.org for orientation and volunteering schedules.

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