• Burlington County to mark Juneteenth with volunteer cleanup

    Burlington County will host a volunteer cleanup at the site of one of our County’s most important and celebrated Black American historical figures this month on the eve of Juneteenth.
     
    The cleanup will be held from 10 AM to noon on June 18 at the Dr. James Still Historic Office and Education Center, 211 Church Road, Medford, and will mark the first service project undertaken in honor of the important holiday.
     

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Exciting news from the Armed Forces Heritage Museum (AFHM)! Thanks to Grant awards from the Burlington County Parks Service & Board of Commissioners ($10,000), Lockheed Martin ($15,000), and the Investors Bank/Roma Foundation ($1,000), we are going to be creating a Revolutionary War exhibit focused on NJ battles that were key to our country's victory over the British in winning our independence.

The exhibit, projected to be completed later this year, will be displayed at a historic location in Burlington city for the public to experience. Stay tuned for more news on its progress! www.afhmus.org

 

Unity Rocks! MLK Day Event by RVRHS

In recognition of Martin Luther King Day 2021, students at Rancocas Valley Regional High School (RVRHS) in Mount Holly were invited to paint, color or draw a positive message of unity on a 3-5 inch rock and place the rock somewhere in Burlington County, NJ where others could find it. Click below to view the students' messages of unity, love and peace. The project is in conjunction with the Volunteer Center of Burlington County

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During the COVID-19 crisis follow the Burlington COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disasters) Facebook page.

The center has served as the administrator of this page since 2015

Other Sources:

 

  •  Volunteer Center of Burlington County Board of Trustees is seeking new members. For more information and to submit your resume via eamail at: volcenter@hotmail.com

  • Also, the center is continuing  to become more acquainted on an ongoing basis with the needs of residents and community resources of Burlington County municipalities.

  • Volunteer Center of Burlington County has established a Skills Bank for matching volunteers with the specific needs of organizations.  To register with the Skills Bank send an  email message to volcenter@hotmail.com -  include name, email address, specific skill(s), availability, area you are available to serve, population and/or cause most interested.

  • Find a Volunteer Center: http://pointsoflight.org/global/our-network Points of Light operates through a network of innovative volunteer-mobilizing organizations located in more than 250 cities across 37 countries. Together we are inspiring, equipping and mobilizing more people to use their time, talent, voice and money to create positive change in their communities. Our global network brings a unique blend of inspiration, innovation and a passion to help citizens and many of the world’s leading companies take action to solve community problems.

 

DISCLAIMER: The Volunteer Center of Burlington County, Inc. has neither vetted this prospective volunteer nor made representations to the volunteer concerning the nature of any work that may be assigned to him or her.  The Volunteer Center of Burlington County, Inc. has expressly advised prospective volunteers that it is not involved with nor is it responsible for any volunteer assignments; vetting of prospective volunteers; or the management, supervision or assignment of volunteer activities conducted in association with any non-profit organization to which they are referred.  All volunteers are further advised that they will be subject to the terms and conditions established by any non-profit organization(s) with which they agree to work.