Fundraising

American Friends of Northern Uganda

American Friends of Northern Uganda is Nonprofit organization establish in the year 2007 to be the voice for the voiceless orphans and the poor children of Northern Uganda and to feed the children to prevent the children from dying due to malnutrition, pay for orphans and poor children education, provide clean drinking water to the children and the community of Northern Uganda, provide mosquitoes net to prevent children catching malaria which is the leading course of death among children under the age of five years old in Northern Uganda.

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.

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Oaks Integrated Care

Oaks Integrated Care is a community mental health agency offering mental health and social services to people of all ages.  Volunteers are needed for board and office work, counseling, support, client education, fund raising, and literacy volunteers to help high functioning mentally ill adults with reading/ writing skills to prepare them to further their education or enter into the work force.   609-267-5928 x 99836 – www.oaksintcare.org

 

Deborah Hospital Foundation

Deborah Hospital Foundation carries out fundraising projects to ensure the Center can treat people regardless of their ability to pay.  Volunteer projects are located on site in Browns Mills, North Jersey, NY, Puerto Rico, Florida, at home, and at meetings and fundraising projects.  Call 800-223-0135.  National Volunteer Services -Cynthia Kornfeld

Bancroft Neurohealth

Bancroft exists for one critically important reason:  to provide opportunities to children and adults with diverse challenges to reach their greatest potential.  Volunteers (16+) will be supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities, including autism and acquired brain injuries in a variety of assignments including recreational activities, arts & crafts, classroom support or in office settings assisting fundraising, admissions, finance, and other support teams.  For more information or to request an application contact  Darleen Blasi, 856.348.1160 x 1716,

LeRoy W. Homer Jr. Foundation

LeRoy W. Homer Jr. Foundation is a non-profit organization which encourages and supports individuals who wish to become professional pilots by awarding flight scholarships. Volunteers (14+) are needed for various tasks such as telephone and office work, event planning and fundraising.  Contact Heather Wilcox

at 404-306-0844.  Website: www.leroywhomerjr.org    Additional Contact  800-388-1647

 

 

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