Community

Emergency & Community Services

Emergency & Community Services, Burlington County, a program of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, working to help individuals and families in need of food, clothing and shelter assistance, seeks adult volunteers to stock shelves in our food pantry, pack food bags, accept, sort and display clothing and household donations, collate mailings and organize fundraisers or food drives.  Single teens or groups of supervised teens, 13 years and up, are also welcome.  450 Veteran Way Burlington City NJ   Hours Mon, Tue  Thur 9:30- 1130 &1:30-3:30 .

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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.

 

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

Burlington County Superior Court

Burlington County Superior Court is actively recruiting volunteers for a variety of court based programs. Volunteers have been working in the courts for decades. Thousands of volunteers participate in the delivery of court services statewide, helping to resolve disputes justly for the people of New Jersey. Court volunteers represent a broad cross-section of the community, from high school students helping other youth avoid delinquency to adults and seniors who greet and assist court users, mediate neighborhood disputes, and advocate for children in foster care.

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