Health

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency, and with public health initiatives (ie: seasonal flu clinics, health fairs, volunteer recruitment). Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. (609) 265-5548 - Email: bchd@co.burlington.nj.us. Training provided, NCH and CEUs available.

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

Caring Hospice Services of South Jersey

Caring Hospice Services of South Jersey, provides hospice services for a 6-county region including Burlington.  Caring Hospice is a unique, holistic and cost effective service designed to meet the social, emotional, spiritual and physical needs of their patients and families as they face terminal illness. Volunteers with a variety of skills and talents are needed to provide friendly visits to patients in nursing facilities and/or private homes.  Opportunities are available for volunteers to share musical talents such as singing and/or playing an instrument, provide Pet Ther

Muscular Dystrophy Association

The Muscular Dystrophy Association seeks volunteers (16+) to help with general office duties answering phones, preparing mailings, and organizing fundraising projects that may be held in your local community.  Candidates are being sought for the Advisory Council.  Counselors (18+) are also needed for one-week summer camp in June. MDA serves more than 1,200 patients in the South Jersey Area.  Training provided.  For more information, call 856-356-4467.

Allies, Inc

Allies, Inc. is a non-profit organization where hope becomes a life. Volunteers 18 or older are needed to help individuals live and work as independently as possible, contribute to their communities and be included in all aspects of the community.  Looking for volunteers to offer their special talents and skills such as; playing board or video games, cooking, gardening, sports, knitting and other fun things. Also, volunteers are needed to collect gently used clothing for the Greensleeves Thrift Store, 31High Street, Mount Holly and to collect soda cans.

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