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Volunteer Center of Burlington County
c/o Burlington County College
Parker Center, Room 221
601 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd.
Pemberton, NJ 08068
(609) 894-9311 x 1492
(856) 222-9311 x 1492

Volunteer Opportunities Directory

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.

Last updated: January 21, 2009

(Alphabetical Listing of Agencies & Organizations)
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ABBA Pregnancy Crisis Center offers comprehensive support services to women of all ages facing an unintended pregnancy.  Volunteers are needed to handle phones, prepare clothing, transportation, tutoring, and other services.  Training is provided.  Call 856-829-0202.
http://www.abbapregnancy.org | Lowell@uscom.org

Adopt-A-Highway Program (New Jersey)
Litter Removal Program – Highway Beautification Program: Your group can volunteer to pick up litter along a specially selected section of highway and/or choose to participate in a landscape beautification project.
Call 1-800-2 ADOPT 1
clint.griggs@dot.state.nj.us | www.state.nj.us/dot/ops/adopt

AIDS Coalition of Southern New Jersey
Seeks volunteers for programs providing support and companionship to people living with HIV: Buddies - one-on-one matches; Positively Nutritious - meal delivery program; Hand in Hand with Children - as project sponsors and participants; attorneys for Legal Services; clerks for the Collingswood thrift shop; and office help for the Bellmawr headquarters. Also Support Group Facilitators and presenters for the Speakers Bureau. Teen volunteers (14+) are needed for the Teen AIDSline, a hotline operated by teens for teens; and Teen Drama Group. Call 856-933-9500 ext. 204 for information on all programs.
angelodipilla@acnj.org | www.acnj.org

The Air Victory Aviation Museum
located at South Jersey Regional Airport on Stacy Haines Road in Medford seeks volunteers to help initiate Saturday educational programs, serve as tour guides, work on aircraft restoration, or just lend expertise.Teens welcome with an adult. Call 609-267-4488 for meeting schedule.
info@airvictorymuseum.org | www.airvictorymuseum.org

Alice Paul Institute
The Alice Paul Institute needs volunteers 18 or older to help plan special events and fund-raising initiatives, as tour guides, for site enhancement projects and other areas. Volunteers help support the Institute’s mission of educating the public about the life and work of Alice Paul and preserving and restoring Paulsdale, her Mt. Laurel birthplace, as a women’s history and leadership center. For information, call 856-231-1885 or e-mail info@alicepaul.org, www.alicepaul.org


Allies, Inc.
is a non-profit organization helping people with disabilities lead fulfilling lives in the community and beyond. Volunteers 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. Call (609) 689-0136.

The Alzheimer's Association
South Jersey Chapter funds research into causes, prevention, treatment, and cure of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders; provides guidance and support for patients, families, and caregivers; educates the public, and advocates for change in public policy and legislation. Volunteers are needed to support special projects and events, and work its helpline. Call 856-797-1212.

American Cancer Society – Southern New Jersey Region, needs people with telephone, receptionist, and personal computer skills. A variety of long and short-term assignments in public education, office administration, and fund raising are available; also volunteers to provide transportation for local patients to doctor's appointments and treatment centers. Orientation and training provided. For details, call 856-616-1650 x 402, victoriahosendorf@cancer.org

American Red Cross - Burlington County Chapter
Has administrative and/or direct program support roles available for all ages (13+) and on flexible schedules. Assistants are needed to help with data entry, course registration, and record-keeping. Drivers deliver mannequins and materials for lifesaving courses. Reception, canteen, and escort volunteers needed for local blood drives. Disaster relief volunteers are trained in shelter operations, feeding, mass care and damage assessment. Call 609-267-9595.
www.redcrossbcnj.org | joeb@recrossbcnj.org

Animal Placement Service, Inc. of Cinnaminson
Is a volunteer, non-profit agency serving the tri-boro area. We attempt to find homes for abandoned and stray domestic pets. No healthy animal is euthenized. All animals are checked by a vet before placement. Volunteers are urgently needed to provide temporary foster homes. Food, litter, and bedding are provided. Teens welcome to apply with parental approval. Call 856-786-0952 or 856-829-7332.


Animal Welfare Association (AWA), Voorhees works with companion animals. Adult volunteers needed for committees and special event projects. Volunteers (13+) needed for:

* Customer Services such as telephone, reception, member and data management;
* Pet-Assisted Therapy to visit residents of area nursing homes;
* Humane Education to present special informational programs in elementary schools;
* Animal Shelter to feed, clean, and care for resident animals. Call 856-424-2288 ext 110
info@awanj.org | www.awa.nj.org

The Arc of Burlington County
The Arc of Burlington County, serving people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities throughout Burlington County, seeks energetic volunteers (18+) to help with children in their developmental day care program. For information call 856-764-9494.
info@arcofburl.org | www.arcofburl.org

Arthritis Association – NJ Chapter
Located in Haddonfield, is looking for volunteers to help set up and run a hot-line for arthritis sufferers. Help is also needed to conduct health fairs and participate in a speakers bureau. Call 856-616-8000.
tbarbari@arthritis.org | www.arthritis.org

Associated Services for the Blind (ASB)
Has volunteer openings for a wide range of roles to assist the blind and visually impaired. Needed are Home Visitors, Professional Readers, and Copy Holders. ASB is headquartered in Philadelphia, but opportunities are available in Burlington County. Call Coordinator of Volunteers Linda Gaffney at 215-627-0600 ext. 3275.

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local host families for students ages 15 to 18 coming into this area. Foreign students speak English, are bright and eager to learn and share culture and language. ASSE also seeks local high school students to become exchange students abroad. Interested families and students call Sue Nelson (732) 251-1517.


Audubon/Rancocas Nature Center
Located in Westampton, seeks environmental-minded volunteers for a variety of interesting projects - indoors and outdoors. Call 609-261-2495.
mbelko@njaudubon.org | www.njaudubon.org

The Bancroft Neurohealth
Serves children and adults with developmental disabilities and head injuries. Volunteers (16+) needed for recreation, fund raising, companionship, office work, and Special Olympics. Classroom volunteers help teachers and children and provide assistance with arts and crafts and dance therapy classes. 856-429-0010 ext. 273. www.bancroftneurohealth.org

Battleship New Jersey Memorial & Museum
Needs volunteer tour guides (18+) for weekend, weekday, and evening events. Tour guides lead individual and group tours, work with veteran and youth groups, chaperone overnight encampments, and serve as guest lecturers throughout the tri-state area. No previous military experience required. Call Dan Ferrell toll-free at 1-866-877-6262 x 224.
DFarrell@battleshipnewjersey.org | www.battleshipnewjersey.org

Beverly Free Library
Seeks volunteers (16+) for office work, library activities, and manning the circulation desk. Call 609-387-1259.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Burlington County
Located in Beverly, is a social service program for children who have shown a need for positive development through the help of qualified, interested adults to improve relationships and performance at home, school, and in the community. BB/BS needs volunteers, including seniors, to serve as adult role models, friends, and mentors. Volunteers are also needed in the office, to assist with educational activities, and/or special events. For information on the application procedure, call 609-261-4960.
cristin.holloway@burlcobigs.org | www.burlcobigs.org

Beverly Strings Works - with a mission to make the finer arts affordable and accessible to low income urban communities. "The arts for others sake". Volunteer needs: String instrument (for violin, viola or cello) assistant teacher; instructor to learn an advanced music/social service teaching concept that is aggressive but fun to teach - Mondays 3:30 - 4:30 pm or w - 4:30 pm; and board members. Ask for William Kauffman at 609-208-0029 or njio1@aol.com.

BookMates, a social justice project of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey and the Catholic Jewish Commission, seeks volunteer reading mentors (18+) to spend one hour per week during the school day (October through June) reading on a one-to-one basis with disadvantaged, at-risk students in grades K-2. The program operates in more than 25 Title I elementary schools in Burlington and Camden Counties. Training sessions for new volunteers are held regularly from August through January. If you'd like to share the joy of reading with a young child, call 856-751-9500, ext. 143 for additional information.


Bordentown Regional Schools - Community Volunteer Program
Volunteers are needed for both long and short term assignments working with students K-12: EdOperates an after school program of homework help, tutoring, computer learning and fun for students K-12, a Saturday academy, as well as a summer day camp program. Adult volunteers are needed to serve as mentors, homework helpers and tutors, clerical assistants, fundraisers, arts & crfats facilitators, and help with committee and board work. Call (609) 387-8133.

Boy Scouts - Burlington County Council
Has volunteer openings for adult leaders to work with Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Explorers (a career-oriented coed program). Volunteers also welcome to participate in recreation, telephone and office work, fund raising, and operating committees. For your opportunity to help young people, call 609-261-5850 ext. 17. wirobert@bsamail.org

Bridges Adult Medical Day Center in Willingboro
Provides medical and social services to medically frail (primarily geriatric) adults. Volunteer positions are now available. Great learning opportunity. Ideal for students 16+. Lend a helping hand. Contact Lynn Rufo at 609-871-8881.

Burlington City Youth Education Mentoring Program
Needs adult volunteers to mentor students at Burlington City Schools one hour week (October to June) . Call 609- 387-5975


Burlington County Animal Alliance
Seeks volunteers (18+) for the following: visiting Burlington County’s animal shelter in Westampton to help maintain the organization’s website animal listing by taking photographs and noting current population; providing foster care to animals rescued from the shelter; helping with animal adoption events and promotions; and assisting in fundraising efforts. Call 609-880-1235.

Burlington County Behavioral Health Care Division (Catholic Charities)
Delaware House in Westampton, a program of Catholic Charities, seeks volunteers for clerical, transportation, 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. Call Louise Loza at 609-267-9339, ext. 130.

Burlington County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs
Seeks volunteers (18+) with an interest in local history for its two locations. Call 609-265-5068 for more details: The Mansion at Smithville, Burlington County Park, Eastampton needs volunteers with different skills to help with many indoor and outdoor projects, including concerts and festivals.

Burlington County Emergency Servicess volunteer openings for fire and other emergency (EMS) services in every community. A rewarding activity for individuals who enjoy teamwork and are willing to invest time to protect their neighborhood. Training for certification is provided. New Associates program at Burlington County College available if you qualify.For information, call the Burlington County Fire Marshal's office at 609-702-7156 or 800-FIRE-LINE.

Burlington County Library System
Burlington County Library System, the oldest county library in New Jersey, seeks volunteers (18+) for general clerical work, fund raising and as members of Friends of the Library organizations. Positions available at the headquarters facility on Pioneer Boulevard in Westampton and branches in Bordentown, Browns Mills, Cinnaminson, Evesham, Maple Shade, Medford and Riverton. A limited number of students/youth volunteers (13+) accepted during the summer. Contact Sharon Fitzpatrick, Director of Volunteers, at the Cinnaminson Branch Library at (856) 829-9340.

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. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Health and non-health volunteers needed. Training provided, NCH and CEUs available. Volunteers and their families are part of the First Responder Medication Distribution Plan. If interested, complete an online application at http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/. For more information, contact Mary Ann Flatley at 609-265-5468, or by e-mail at mflatley@co.burlington.nj.us


Burlington County Municipal Alliance Network
Works with, and is funded by, the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and local government. We plan, coordinate, and conduct alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention activities to benefit communities. There are 28 alliances serving 36 communities in Burlington County. Local events and projects need input and support. Many volunteer opportunities for adults and groups of supervised teens. Call the Alliance Coordinator at 609-265-5538 for the current contact in your area.

  • Evesham Municipal Alliance (CAEC/RAP room) seeks teens (13+) to volunteer for Peer Leadership, PRIDE, and Teen Advisory Board. Adult volunteers are needed for chaperones, office help, board members, and activities planning. Visit www.raproom.org or contact 856-983-3328.
  • Mount Laurel Municipal Alliance is looking for residents interested in planning and assisting with local drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs. For more information and schedule of monthly meetings, call 856-234-0001 ext. 237.

Burlington County Parks Department
With offices at Smithville Mansion in Eastampton, is seeking volunteers for many outdoor and indoor projects. Call 609-265-5858 for more information.

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.  Call 609-518-2517 for details on programs.

Burlington Woods Center
A skilled nursing, long-term health care facility in Burlington needs volunteers (16+) to assist with various tasks, especially for Saturday or Sunday mornings. Contact Eileen McCarthy, Director of Volunteers and Activities at 609-387-3620 ext. 34.

Buttonwood Hospital of Burlington County
Located in New Lisbon, seeks volunteers to provide friendly visits to residents, assist staff members in conducting activities, transport residents within the hospital premises, and provide entertainment. Groups of younger volunteers are welcome with an adult. Call Volunteer Services at 609-726-7131 or inquire at reception desk.


Caring Hospice Services Mount Laurel
Caring Hospice Services, Mount Laurel, provides hospice services for a 5-county region including Burlington. Volunteers are needed to provide friendly visits to patients in private homes and nursing facilities, pet therapy, and office support. A junior volunteer program (14+) has formed. Training and ongoing support are provided free of charge. Contact: 856-439-0012 or mmorgan@caringhospice.com

Carousel Children's Therapeutic Riding Center
Needs volunteers to assist in providing equestrian therapy to children with mental and physical disabilities.
Call Heidi Smith at (856) 914-0965.

Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey
A regional art center located in the Gibson House in Marlton, needs volunteers to answer phones, do office work, and assist with fund raising. Daytime hours, four hours a week. Call 856-985-1009.

Children of Promise Christian School
Serving Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Mercer Counties. Volunteers are need for our day and afterschool program to provide help with homework, reading one on one with students, computer activities and assisting classroom teacher. Opportunities available for all ages. Call 856-309-9002.

Children's Home
A therapeutic community located in Mount Holly, works with emotionally disturbed boys ages 10 to 17 who need out-of-home placement. Volunteers are needed for Board and office work, and thrift shop. Call 609-267-1550 for information.


Christian Caring Center - Pemberton
Provides emergency food and clothing, transitional housing and holiday food baskets. Openings for board, office, counseling, fund raising, and thrift store. Volunteers (14+) are encouraged to call 609-893-0700.

Citizen Advocacy Program
Sponsored by the ARC of NJ, seeks volunteers to work one-to-one with individuals who have cerebral palsy, epilepsy and/or mental retardation. Volunteer Advocates call, visit, and share activities with persons with developmental disabilities - activities that most of us take for granted. Help another learn skills such as cooking, telling time, using a telephone, or budgeting. Volunteers (18+) do not require special skills. All volunteers are trained and supervised. Call the Volunteer Coordinator at 609-267-5880.

Community Development Corporation
Provides child care services for children ages 10 months through 5 years. Volunteers needed for board, classroom aides, and educational presentations. Limited opportunities for teen volunteers (16+). Board members must be 21+. Call 609-261-2211.

Community Health Law Project
Volunteer Advocacy Program, which promotes the well being and quality of Life for residents in long-term care facilities, has extended services into Burlington County. Volunteer Advocates make weekly visits to facilities to meet with and inform residents and family members about resident rights and ombudsman services, and assist in solving problems. For information, call 856-858-9500.

Community Options, Inc.
is a pioneering, national nonprofit organization that has assisted thousands of people with disabilities to depart institutions, live in settings of their choice, achieve fiscal autonomy and explore recreational opportunities that foster self-esteem. COI is currently recruiting groups (businesses, corporations, college organizations, etc.) to participate in Project: CARE (Community Assisted Residence Enhancement). The program enables both members of the community and volunteers from local colleges and businesses to improve the quality of life for all of our residents living in COI group homes. Groups will volunteer for one full day helping paint the interior and do minor repairs throughout the inside and outside of thehome. Must be 18 years of age or older and able to provide your own transportation to and from the event. Previous experience with painting and home repair and maintenance is a definite plus, but in no way required. For more information or to send a donation of supplies or time, please call Angie Smith at (609) 951-9900 ext 165 or email angie.smith@comop.org

Compassionate Care Hospice
provides care for terminally ill patients. Volunteers are needed to provide companionship, respite, and simple household tasks and/or errands.Service is provided at the homes of patients or in various long-term care facilities near your location. 12 hours of training are provided. Call Volunteer Coordinator at 609-267-1178.


CONTACT of Burlington County
Is a 24-hour, 7-day helpline offering telephone counseling and listening services to lonely, distressed, frightened, confused residents of Burlington County. Dedicated volunteers are trained to help callers find strength and resources to resolve problems. Call 856-234-8888 to find out about the next training program.

CONTACT-- Teen-line - A Teen to Teen Confidential Helpline
TeenLine is a place where teens can call and talk to other teens about any problems, fears or stresses they are facing. Volunteers must be high school student 14 years old and up.”Training is provided to become a "peer listener" and help other teens. For training information, call 856-234-5484, ext. 214. email: scapano@contactburlco.org


Crossroads Programs, Inc.
Provides abused, abandoned, and homeless youth (including teen mothers) with opportunities for positive growth and development through residential and community-based programs. Use your skills creatively! Volunteers are needed for mentoring; teaching and tutoring; motivational workshops; recreation, transportation, or child care aides; fundraising and clerical assistance; arts & crafts and other group leadership; landscaping; facility maintenance; etc. United Way Agency. Call 609-880-0210. info@crossroadsprograms.org

Deborah Heart and Lung Center
Provides evaluation, general medical and surgical care for heart and lung diseases. Adult volunteers are needed weekdays to assist patients and visitors. Junior volunteers (14+) are needed weekdays during the school year and over the summer. Call 609-893-6611.

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, at home, and at meetings and fundraising projects. Call 800-223-0135.



The Delaware Riverkeeper Network
Is an environmental watchdog group responsible for the entire Delaware River watershed, seeks responsible volunteers (16+) to be trained to join their network of water quality monitors. Call Fred Stine at 856-854-5108 or 215-369-1188.

DOVIA of Burlington County
seeks professionals interested in working together to advance the spirit of volunteerism in Burlington County. For meeting schedule and membership information, call the Volunteer Center at 609-894-9311 ext. 7492.

Drenk Behavioral Health Center, which 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

Emergency Services
A program of Catholic Charities seeks volunteers (13+) to stock shelves, pack food boxes, collate mailings, update resource files, organize fund raisers, food collections, or participate in our Adopt-A-Family program. Groups of supervised younger teens also welcome. We work with families struggling to survive. Call 856-764-6945

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. Call First Aid Council Recruitment Chairman Rich Litton at 856-235-6715, or contact your local squad.


Ethel R. Lawrence Education Center
is in need of volunteers (18+) who can assist our resident children with their homework and help supervise structured recreational and educational activities. Our program is for children grades K-8. ERLH is a Fair Share Development property, a non-profit organization which develops and manages affordable housing in Camden and Burlington Counties. Contact Cynthia Haas at (856) 439-9915.

Evergreens Retirement Center, Moorestown
a continuing care retirement community, seeks volunteers to accompany residents on outings and assist with daily activities. Teens welcome to apply. Call Carol Ricciuti, Volunteer Coordinator 856-439-2052.

Family and Community Services
A program of Catholic Charities, seeks volunteers for phone and receptionist duties, and clerical work. Mornings or afternoons, 9 AM - 5 PM in our County Office. Orientation provided. Volunteers needed to assist in grant writing and research, and fundraising projects. Flexible hours, locations will vary. Call 609-267-9339.

Family Service 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. Call Linda Pisa 609-267-5928 x 204.

Family Support Division of Fort Dix
coordinates volunteer efforts on behalf of military families. Volunteers needed for recreation, office work, and counseling. Teen volunteers are considered. Call 609-562-3930


Family "Y" of Burlington County (YMCA)
with locations in Mount Laurel and Burlington City, has many volunteer opportunities for seniors, adults, families, and teens 13+. Departments that utilize volunteers are: childcare, sports, baby-sitting, after school care, aquatics and administrative. Call Jill Yerger-Peed at 856-234-6200 ext. 238.

First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Holly
Volunteers are needed to assist in preparing and serving for our community lunch program. Call 609-267-0330.

FISH Program of the Tri-boro Council of Churches
Seeks volunteers from Cinnaminson, Delran, Palmyra, Riverside, and Riverton to serve in the areas of transport (medical, legal appointments, etc.) and dispatch. Hours are 9 - 5, Monday - Friday. Volunteers serve two days a month and scheduling is flexible. Call 856-829-4348.

Food Bank of South Jersey
Solicits and redistributes nutritious surplus food to non-profit feeding organizations in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. Volunteers are needed to help sort and repack food items, help with fundraisers and special events, and to help in the office. Supervised school age groups are welcome to apply. Volunteer shifts: Monday - 12 p.m. - 3 p.m, 4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m, Tuesday thru Friday - 9 a.m. - 12 p.., 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Call 856-662-4884 x 17.

4-H Youth Development Program
A program of Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington County, seeks volunteers for leadership of youth groups. The program also needs office support to provide liaison with the community and other agencies. Call Volunteer Manager at 609-265-5052.


Girl Scouts of Central and Southern NJ, Inc.
has volunteer openings for troop and interest group leaders, and activity leaders for after school program, plus opportunities to work with adults in community cultivation, fund development, and service team support positions. Call 856-795-1560. info@gscsnj.org - www.gscsnj.org

Githens Center (Burlington County Cerebral Palsy Association)
Seeks volunteers (14+) to provide recreation, transportation, entertainment, companionship and client care, for children and adults with physical and other types of disabilities. Volunteers are also needed for fund raising, special and seasonal events, computers, and office support. Call the Volunteer Coordinator at 609-261-1667.

Golden Eagle Community Band
Seeks volunteer amateur adult musicians to perform familiar music for
people of all ages at parades and concerts throughout South Jersey.
Volunteers must already play an instrument and should be able to read
music. High school students (14+) are admitted by audition. Rehearsals
are Tuesday evenings during the school year at the Lumberton Middle
School. Call 609-267-PLAY or see http://www.GoldenEagleCommunityBand.org
for more information.

Goodwill Industries of Southern New Jersey
Provides employment training to disadvantaged individuals through the Employability Institute, supported by sales in our thrift stores, located in Bordentown, Willingboro, Maple Shade and Pennsauken. Many vvolunteer opportunities. Call 856-439-0200.

The Greater South Jersey Chorus
Seeks volunteer singers of all voices for the upcoming season. The chorus performs a varied repertoire of classical and modern choral works. For recorded information call 856-482-8282. Visit website at http://www.sjsings.org

Habitat for Humanity, Burlington County
Habitat for Humanity, Burlington County is calling for volunteers with a variety of skills and proficiencies to help to finish our current project house, and for the executive board, fund raising, and committees. Volunteers must be 15+ for general help, 16+ for construction. No experience necessary. Call (856) 303-8080. info@habitatbcnj.org – http://www.habitatbcnj.org


Haddonfield Symphony
Presents quality musical programs and training for young musicians. Volunteers are needed for the board of directors, telephone and office work, box office, and concert details. Call 856-429-1880.

Head Start, A Burlington County Community Action (BCCAP) program
With centers in Browns Mills, Burlington, Delanco, Mount Holly, Pemberton, Sunbury, and Willingboro, needs volunteers to monitor busses, assist classroom teachers, help the centers' cooks, and perform other activities. Volunteers must be 18+, and may or may not be relatives of students. Call 609-261-2323.

Heureka Center
Needs caring women and couples to mentor pregnant women and their babies. Call (609) 386-2676.

Historical Society of Moorestown
Operates the Smith/Cadbury Mansion, a historical house museum. Volunteers are needed for training as tour guides, collection management, research, and gift shop. Call 856-235-0353.

Holy Redeemer Hospice is in need of caring volunteers.  We offer a faith-based program with a holistic approach to healing and caring for the total person beyond their healthcare needs.  Volunteer opportunities include clerical work to support hospice staff, or patient visits and companionship to support hospice patients and their families.  Patient visits can be in the home, or in a nursing home or assisted living community.  No personal care required.  Training is provided.  Please call Jane Elliott at 856-312-1520 or email jellio@holyredeemer.com for more info.

Homes of Hope
Purchases and renovates rundown properties to provide affordable rental housing to low-income families in Burlington County. Volunteers (15+) are needed for painting, repairs, lawn care, gardening, newsletter production, fundraising, and Board service. Call 609-261-0220.

Hospice of New Jersey, Hospice is about living! Consider giving the gift of yourself! You will become part of a unique team who will accompany both patient and family on this special journey. Comfort and compassion is the theme for our patients and their loved ones. If you are interested please call for more details:Kathleen O’Connell Volunteer Coordinator – 732-818-3460.

The Huntington's Disease Society of America (HDSA), New Jersey Chapter
is a national non-profit voluntary health agency. Huntington's Disease (HD) is a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder for which there is, at present, no effective treatment or cure. The mission of HDSA is to promote and support research directed at discovering a treatment and ultimately a cure for HD; to help HD individuals and their families through support and services at their three NJ clinics located in Stratford, Piscataway, and Newark; and to educate both public and health care professionals about HD. Volunteers are needed for a variety of long and short term fundraising activities and special events (18 and over, 13-17 with adult supervision). Call (609) 448-3500. pvelascohdsanj@aol.com | www.hdsanj.org


Interfaith Hospitality Network
Day Center volunteers needed. Homeless families are housed evenings and nights in network of local churches. During the day the families return to the Day Center in Mt. Laurel. Volunteer opportunities: interacting with homeless families and clerical.
Call (856) 638-0110.

Jericho Ministries
provides religious services to inmates at county, state, and federal prisons; and sponsors inmate family support group. Volunteers are needed for in-prison services, telephone and office work, companionship, fundraising, and correspondence. Call 609-261-2045.
Jericho-ministries@juno.com | www.jerichoministries.us

Jewish Community Center Betty and Milton Katz Center
Seeks volunteers for a variety of interesting assignments. Call the Volunteer Director at 856-424-4444 ext. 105 for details.

Jewish Family and Children's Services of Southern New Jersey
Burlington County Office seeks volunteers to drive clients to weekly medical appointments. Call 856-778-7775.

Junior Achievement of South Jersey, Inc.
Educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to imporve the quality of their lives. Its curricula address business and economic concepts, and worksforce skills that build in intensity from Kindergarten through grade 12. Volunteers (17+) are needed to teaching class one hour per day, once a week for approximately five weeks. Contact Program Manager at 609- 4129-0404 x 106.

Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, South Jersey Chapter
Provides information, counseling, and support to newly-diagnosed diabetics and their families. This all-volunteer agency provides literature to educate the public, support the diabetic, and raises funds for the cure of diabetes. Call 856-770-9202


Kates's Place, Inc.
Moorestown on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 2:00 to 6:00pm with the possibility of extending to Tuesdays and Thursdays in the near future.  We are in need (2) volunteers to remain in the front reception area allowing admittance of appropriate visitors and also volunteers who are willing to work the program with the clients and current staff. For further information e-mail katesplaceinc@comcast.net or call (609) 694-5949.  Website: kates-place-nj.org

Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund New Jersey Branch
Dedicated to the non-medical, uninsured needs of families caring for terminally, critically or chronically ill children, needs volunteers to assist with office work and fundraising. Call (609)654-7340. mshuekadms@yahoo.com | www.kadms.org

Kingsway Learning Center
A non-profit school for children with multiple developmental and learning disabilities provides volunteer opportunities adults and teens (14 and up). Adults and teens are needed to help with fundraising activities and office assistance. Adults are needed to serve on the Golf Committee. For more information call (856) 428-8108 ext. 369.
esklc@comcast.net | www.kingswaylc.com

Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County, an acute care facility serving Burlington County, seeks dependable volunteers to provide patients and staff with extensive and diverse services. Volunteer (14+) are needed for transportation, , telephone and office work, patient care, companionship, pastoral care, gift shop, thrift depot and fund raising. For more information call 609-835-3045. vanemburghc@lourdesnet.org

League of Women Voters, Moorestown Area
A non-partisan organization open to both men and women, promotes political responsibility through informed, active participation of citizens in government. Volunteers are needed for Board and committee work, telephone and office work, fundraising, voter registration, and candidate forums at all levels. Call 856-234-6608 for information.

Lighthouse Hospice
Seeks volunteers for errands, friendly visiting for hospice clients. Call 856-414-1155.
LHIhospice@aol.com | www.lighthousehospice.net

Literacy Volunteers of America of Burlington County (LVABC)
Matches volunteers with adults seeking help with reading, writing, and computational skills. We need dependable, hard-working individuals to serve as tutors, assessors, office workers, project chairs, board members, and committee people. For Call the Literacy Line at 609-877-5566.
lvaburl@mail.burlco.lib.nj.us | www.burlco.lib.nj.us/lvabc/


Lupus Foundation South Jersey Chapters
Funds on-going research, raises public awareness, and gives moral and financial support to those in need. Volunteers are needed to aid in general office work, special events, computer and telephone work. Call Fran Levy at 856-424-0255.

Lutheran Home at Moorestown
Seeks sensitive, caring volunteers (13+) to work in various areas of the facility. Serve residents through direct care or support services. For information, or an interview, call 856-235-1214.

March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, SJ Chapter
Prevents birth defects and low birth weight babies through research, education, and advocacy. Volunteers are needed for telephone and office work, fund raising, support and management of special events. Teens welcome.
Call 856-874-9050 x 207.
vkaiser@marchofdimes.com | http://www.marchofdimes.com

Masonic Home of NJ, Burlington
Seeks volunteers (14+) to escort residents to physical therapy, doctor appointments, hairdresser, barber, and church services, all within the Home. Volunteer assignments are available day, early evening and weekends. Lunch is provided by the home daily. Call Kathie Hancock at 609-239-3925.

Maternity and Adoption Services
Division of Catholic Charities, provides permanent adoption placement for infants, reunion services for adult adoptees, and adoption support groups. It also provides comprehensive therapeutic counseling for birth mothers and their families. Volunteers are needed for office work, transportation, fundraising, and public speaking. Call 609-386-6221.
tmcclure@cctrenton.org | www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org


Mental Health Association of Southwestern New Jersey
Needs Volunteers in Burlington and Camden Counties for just 2 or 3 hours a week to help adults with emotional problems. Be a friend, share social activities, or just spend time talking or walking. Training is provided for a match with an area client. Call Sue DeSiver, Community Companion Program at 856-966-6767 x 214.

An environmentally-based mentoring program located in Lawrenceville, seeks caring adults to work one-on-one with teens from Trenton area high schools. Commitment of one academic year is necessary. MentorPower provides all supervision, training and encouragement! Call Maureen Quinn at 609-278-5844.

Merabash Museum of the Art,
History, and culture of African Americans living in the Delaware Valley, seeks volunteers (18+) for office work, fund raising, inventory, catalog, and research. Call 609-877-3177.

Moorestown Community Link
Connects neighbors of all ages. Adults, parents, and students are needed for a variety of short and long-term volunteer tasks. Call 856-778-9255 or 856-234-6000.

Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND)
Provides low and moderate-income housing for families and senior citizens (a limited stock of housing for the disabled). Volunteers are needed for fund raising, public relations, and other various projects. Call Sarah Cyr at 856-722-7070 ext. 10.


Moorestown Visiting Nurses and Hospice has many diverse and meaningful opportunities for volunteers to make a real difference in their community. Opportunities include; direct patient care in our Hospice and Palliative Care Programs, Office Support, Flu Shot Clinics, Bereavement, Special Events, Community Health Awareness, and more! Contact Dana Mondi, Volunteer Coordinator at (856) 552-1300, ext. 2181. Opportunities available for volunteers 14 years of age or older. www.moorestownvna.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving NJ (MADD NJ) is seeking volunteers in 2 areas:
Victim Advocates (18 +) receive special training and support to be there for
individuals/families who are suffering losses and injuries due to
alcohol-related crashes and underage drinking. Advocates need not have
experienced a loss themselves, only to be caring and compassionate people who
sincerely want to help. Volunteers (any age) are also needed in the NJ State
Office in Hamilton, NJ to assist with general clerical administrative tasks,
such as answering phones, fulfilling requests for information, etc., as well
as critical areas such as website design and maintenance, photography, a
statewide newsletter, speaker's bureau and public policy team. Please call

Mount Holly Center
An extended health-care facility offering skilled nursing care, seeks volunteers (14+) for various tasks. Call 609-267-8800.

Mount Holly Historical Society
Conducts tours, raises funds for restoration projects and operates a thrift shop. Volunteers are needed for fund raising and seasonal
tours. Call (609) 267-8844

Mount Holly Public Library
Seeks volunteers (16+) for office and telephone work, fundraising, circulation desk, shelving and computer work, and to join the Friends of the Mount Holly Library. Volunteers also needed for Board positions. Call 609-267-7111.

Mount Laurel Library
Seeks volunteers (16+) for clerical, circulation desk, book processing and shelving, and special projects. Call 856-234-7319. Volunteers interested in Friends of Mount Laurel Library should call 856-234-1289.


Multiple Sclerosis Association
Welcomes volunteers of all ages to support fundraising programs, programs and services for the multiple sclerosis community in New Jersey and interesting office orientated volunteer assignments. MSAA values the contribution of all our volunteers, for more information call 1-800-532-7667, x320

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.
marltondistrict@mdausa.org | http://www.mdausa.org

National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of New Jersey
operates two museums: Peachfield, a restored farmhouse in Westampton, and an old schoolhouse in Mount Holly. Volunteers conduct seasonal tours at Peachfield, and at the schoolhouse by appointment. Volunteers are invited to participate in elementary school living history programs utilizing both sites. Call 609-267-6996.

The New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront is seeking energetic, reliable volunteers. Specific training is provided, but a love of animals, people, and aquatic environments is a must. Volunteers work directly with visitors to provide educational support as well as behind the scenes with aquarium staff to provide exhibit maintenance. Most positions require a full day commitment every two weeks. Volunteers with M-F availability are particularly needed. Descriptions of individual volunteer opportunities and an on-line application are available on our website, www.njaas.org. For questions, contact the Volunteer Services Manager at nchesson@njaas.org or 856-365-0352 ext 7028.

New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance, Delaware Valley District
is looking for active volunteers to help spread the word about animal rights and NJARA. Call 732-446-6808 for information on future meetings.
njara@nj-ara.org | http://www.nj-ara.org

New Lisbon Developmental Center is in need of Group Sponsors to provide Cottage parties and special projects to benefit developmentally disabled adults in our residential treatment center. Individual volunteers are also needed to assist with recreational activities, perform light repair of items donated to our Thrift Shop, and assist with bike repair. For additional information or to volunteer, call (609) 726-1000, Ext. 4205 and ask for Jackie Kulsick or email Jacqueline.Kulsick@dhs.state.nj.us


New Jersey Foster Grandparent Program
is looking for volunteers (60+) to serve as companions/mentors for children in Head Start and preschool programs as well as group homes, hospitals and the New Lisbon Developmental Center. Eligible volunteers may serve up to 40 hours a week, receive a tax-free stipend and mileage as well as supplemental insurance, "paid" holidays, vacation and sick time. Please call Cynthia at 609-726-1000, ext. 4370.

New Lisbon Developmental Center
Seeks volunteers (18+) for the following: Area church members to host visitors from our center at services; a workshop instructor for woodworking and leathercraft; licensed amateur radio club leader; Thrift Shop; additional Boy Scout leaders to work with adult scout troops at the Center. Call 609-894-4019.


Palmyra Cove Nature Center
Needs volunteer guides - training provided. Call 609- 829-1900.

Parents Anonymous of NJ
Located in Princeton, is a volunteer-based organization which provides services to parents throughout New Jersey. Several programs are open to volunteers interested in child abuse prevention: Parent Stressline Volunteer, Parent support Group and HOPES Group Facilitators, and Speakers Bureau. Training is free and includes breakfast, and comprehensive materials. Contact Community Education oordinator at 609-243-9779.
panjstress@aol.com | www.pa-of-nj-org

PAWS Farm Nature Center of Mt. Laurel
Is a nature education center focusing on wildlife and barnyard animals and birds, the senses and the environment of an 18th century farmstead. Volunteers (16+) are needed for tour guides, greeters, fund raising, telephone and office work. Call 856-778-8795.
pawsjan@pawsfarm.com | www.pawsfarm.com

Pedals for Progress
Provides basic transportation to the poorest people of the developing world with the Mid-Atlantic region’s surplus bikes. Bicycle Collection Managers and Helpers (14+) - Schedule: 3-5 hours on Saturdays through spring and fall (April and May, September and October) Task: Work with volunteer groups and Pedals for Progress staff conducting scheduled one-day bike collections. large numbers Warehouse Manager: - Schedule: Saturdays in spring and fall. Occasional weekdays throughout the year at your convenience. Task: Assist Pedals for Progress staff and volunteers in storage and warehousing of donated bikes prior to shipping abroad. Tel: (908) 638-4811.

Pet Friends, Inc.
Located in Moorestown, provides a free support hotline for people mourning the loss of a pet. Volunteers are needed for telephone work, fundraising, public relations, and community outreach. Call 856-667-1717.

PetPALS of Southern NJ
Provides services for the companion animals of people living with serious illness or senior citizens. Volunteers are needed to assist by becoming a "PAL" to a client and pet: deliver food and supplies, transport pets for vet and grooming appointments, open your home to a pet who needs temporary or permanent shelter, or assist with clerical work in the Bellmawr office. Opportunities are available near your home or work. Teens with transportation are welcome. Call 856-931-4399 for information.


Pinelands Institute for Natural & Environmental Studies, Whitesbog Village, Browns Mills
A program of Burlington County College, provides hands-on science and social studies field trips for school groups. Volunteers needed weekdays to assist students with nature & history activities and explorations; conduct a station in the outdoor Lenape Winter Camp - January, February & March; assist in the design of educational props & materials; role-play historical characters during programs; assist with clerical, maintenance, and minor restoration projects.
Call Maria Peter - 609-893-1765.

Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Seeks volunteers attend public meetings, write advocacy letters, present educational programs, staff exhibit tables, maintain native & historic plant gardens, conduct tours of historic farmstead and other projects. Orientation sessions are scheduled several times a year. Call 609-859-8860 x 15.
mike@pinelandsalliance.org | www.pinelandsalliance.org

Police Athletic League (PAL)
Works with volunteers from local police departments and adults in the community to provide quality team sports activities for student athletes. Adult volunteers are needed for coaching and supporting parent association positions.

  • Cinnaminson PAL is seeking volunteers to serve on the board. Call John Rooney at 856-829-3960 or leave a message at 856-829-1380.
  • Willingboro PAL sponsors 35 baseball teams, 4 football squads, and 4 cheerleading squads for children aged 5 to 18. Call 609-871-7022 or 609-871-8393.
  • Trenton PAL is accepting volunteers from Burlington County to work in their extensive program. Call 609-396-0325.

Providence House/Willingboro Shelter
The division of Catholic Charities dealing with domestic violence, offers services to those affected by domestic violence. Services could not continue without the time and talent of our volunteers! Help needed with transportation, accompanying clients to court, assisting the shelter manager with landscaping and maintenance, clerical staff, public relations, fund raising and special events. 44-hour training course required for childcare and hotline volunteers. Call 856-824-0599.
dberkowitz@cctrenton.org | www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org


Quixote Quest Teen Volunteer Club
Has clubs in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties which do community service projects with various community organizations. For more information call (856) 933-9233.

RAP Room Parent to Parent Project
Deals with families impacted by alcohol, tobacco, and other drug addiction issues. Adult volunteers are needed to staff the office, answer phones, and write letters supporting legislative change. Call 856-983-3328.
ptop@raproom.org | www.raproom.org

Resources for Independent Living (RIL)
Resources for Independent Living is a community based member organization whose purpose is to serve people with disabilities. We promote personal growth and empowerment through choice, and self-determination. Our four core services are: Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Support, Information and Referral and Advocacy. For more information please call 609-747-7745 or email info@rilnj.org.

Riverfront Historical Society - Delaware River - Burlington County
is dedicated to the proud history of Beverly, Delanco, and Edgewater Park. It maintains a historic collection in the 1806 Cooper Town Meeting House in Edgewater Park. The Society seeks volunteers (16+) with an interest in local history, to assist with preservation, public education, holiday house tours, and historic festivals. Contact Carol Donahue at 609-871-3892 to apply.


Riverton Free Library
Serving Riverton and Palmyra, seeks volunteers for Board, fundraising, desk work, book/plant sales, children and adult programs, summer reading and writing programs. Opportunities for volunteers 14+. Call 856-829-2476.

Riverview Estates (The Baptist Home of South Jersey)
In Riverton, is seeking volunteers to serve as caregivers, shopping companions; arts & crafts, Ice Cream Parlor, and fitness helpers; Junior volunteers (14+) assist with wheel chair transport, activities, entertainment, one-to-one visitation. Many opportunities; weekdays and weekends. Call (856) 829-2274.

Saint James Baptist Church - Homework Help Center
located in Beverly, NJ is looking for volunteers to assist in a newly formed Homework Help Center. The mission for volunteers is to assist students in the completion of homework assignments and to provide positive reinforcement to student participants who utilize these services. The Center will be working with students in grades K through 8. The assistance provided will primarily be in the areas of Math and Language Arts. The services will be offered twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30. The anticipated start date is February, 2006. The Homework Help site is located at St. James Baptist Church. The address for the church is: 114 North Broad Street, Beverly, NJ 08010. The church telephone number is: 609-387-0737

The Salt & Light Company
Provides housing for homeless single adults and one- and two-parent families. Volunteers are needed for the Board, transportation, office work, counseling, and companionship. Call 609-261-4571.

The Salvation Army
Provides emergency material assistance to clients. Volunteers are needed for the Board, office work, emergency assistance, assistance with banking, and hospital and nursing home visits. Teens welcome to apply. Call 908-851-9300 for information.
tricia@USE.salvationarmy.org | www.salvationarmynewjersey.org

Samaritan Hospice
Needs volunteers to visit and support patients and families facing serious, progressive illness. Volunteers provide office support and help with special projects. Training is provided. Call the Director of Volunteers at 800-229-8183.


Save the Environment of Moorestown (STEM)
Was founded in 1972 to organize citizens of Moorestown to work on specific local environmental programs to provide a better environment for present and future generations. Volunteers are needed to do environmental education, natural area management, field study, record keeping, mapping, flyer distribution, fund raising, and attending public meetings. Teens welcome to apply. Call 856-778-0243.

A Rutgers Cooperative Extension program, needs volunteers to take specially bred puppies into their homes to give them the love and guidance that helps them become seeing-eye dogs of the future. For information on puppy placement, call (973) 539-4425.

Senior Care of Marlton
A provider of adult day health services, seeks volunteers for a variety of tasks including to: assist with activities; accompany clients on outings: assist with meal preparation and serving: serve as a bus assistant; and provide clerical assistance. For more information and to volunteer call 856-988-3250.
marlton@seniorcarectrs.com | www.seniorcarectrs.com

Senior Community Independent Living Services (SCILS)
A program of Family Service Association, provides companion services to blind and visually-impaired adults in Burlington County. Volunteers (16+) are needed to share the gift of sight for a few hours each week. Help with mail and errands. Call 856-963-0477.

Senior Companion Program
Cosponsored by Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center and Burlington Chapter of American Red Cross, matches senior citizen volunteers with other seniors who need assistance in order to maintain independence at home. Volunteers (age 60+) provide companionship, assist with personal care, prepare light meals, do light grocery shopping, run errands, and provide respite care for homebound clients. Stipend, mileage reimbursement, and some other benefits available. Guidelines must be met. For details, contact Linda Hackett at 609-702-9132 or the main office at 856-757-3758.


The Singing Angels
Retired seniors who entertain at nursing homes, hospitals, and other area organizations, are looking for volunteer singers. Rehearsals and performances are usually held in daytime hours. Call Al at 856-227-2331

SODAT in Lumberton
Offers outpatient drug and alcohol abuse counseling. Volunteers needed for office work and cleaning. Call 609-265-7884.
burlingtonsite@sodat.org | www.sodat.org

South Jersey Inner City Outings (SJICO),
Is a community outreach program of the Sierra Club, provides inner-city youth with opportunities to explore the outdoors via activities such as hiking, canoeing, biking, and camping. These opportunities allow participants to discover natural environments and learn how to enjoy and respect them. You or your company can donate items or resources to the SJICO.
Volunteers (18 +) are also needed to lead or assist on trips, help maintain equipment, raise funds, or organize administrative paperwork.

Spanish American Social Cultural Association (Hispanic Social Service Center)
Provides the county's Hispanic community with counseling, advocacy, translation and interpretation, and counseling in employment, career and education. Volunteers are needed for the board of directors, transportation, recreation, office work, counseling, and fund raising. United Way Agency. Volunteers are urged to call 609-835-1111

Special Olympics of Burlington County
Helps individuals with intellectual disabilities participate in an athletic training program. Volunteers are needed for counseling, recreation, telephone work, and fund raising. Opportunities for volunteers 16+. Call (856) 985-1722
director-area13@sonj.com | www.sonj.org


Sunrise Assisted Living of Mount Laurel
Needs volunteers to assist with games, special activities and mailings. Call (856) 222-1213.

Surrogate Parents for Educational Planning
Are needed to participate in educational meetings to plan and discuss the potential evaluation procedures; to give consent of educational actions; and to help develop the Individual Education Program (IEP). Call (609) 588-3157

The Tender, Inc.
16 E. Main Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057
A social day center for age 60+ suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. Volunteers are needed to interact with clients, help with games, lunch, activities. Monday - Friday 9 AM- 1:30 PM For more information call 856-234-5999

Drive People Happy transportation for homebound seniors to medical appointments and grocery shopping. For more information call 856-234-6661

Trinity Hospice has two types of volunteer opportunities available: Patient Care Volunteers provide companionship to a patient and respite for patients caregivers. To do this, the volunteer typically makes friendly visits, reads to the patient, runs errands, and sometimes prepares light meals. Many times the most important service that a volunteer offers is simply being there for the patient and caregivers to listen, or to share quiet moments; and Administrative Volunteers provide volunteer services for specific assignments in the hospice. Examples are special projects, office filing, copying, computer work, letter writing or for those who choose, could be trained to provide bereavement support. Volunteers must be least 16 years of age, emotionally mature and compassionate. The volunteers must be able to work as a team player must demonstrate commitment to the hospice philosophy of care. No experience is necessary as training and ongoing education is provided. Contact Linda Goldberg at (856) 667-1681 or linda.goldberg@trinityhospice.com

Triple M-Plus Technology Center, Inc.
Needs adult volunteers to mentor low-income youth and adults in the development of computer literacy skills. Call (856) 234-6396.


United Way of Burlington County, Westampton,
Seeks community volunteers to assist with a wide variety of projects: preparation of information kits, office tasks, typing and data entry during business hours. Help us help people in our community. Call 609-267-4500.

US Coast Guard Auxiliary
The civilian arm of the US Coast Guard, seeks volunteers (17+) to assist in boating safety programs. Volunteers do not require special skills, but must be boating-oriented. Special training available. Call Philip Walmasley at 856-728-8345 to locate the flotilla near you.

Urban Airshed Reforestation Project
is designed to mitigate air and water pollution in the ozone non-attainment area of South Jersey including the City of Camden through the planting of thousand trees and the recruitment of numerous organizations as partners to support these greening efforts. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Wear sturdy shoes and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty! The New Jersey Tree Foundation will provide tools and gloves for the tree planting days. All tree planting projects will be supervised by the New Jersey Tree Foundation staff. If you are interested in registering as a volunteer or volunteer group, please contact Jane Kim, Program Coordinator, at 856-287-4488.

Virtua -Memorial Hospital Burlington County
Seeks volunteers to work in several areas of the hospital and Thrift Shop located in Holly Edge Shopping Center, Route 38 in Mount Holly. Junior volunteers(13+) are needed from 4:30 to 8:30 PM. For information call 609-267-0700. ext 3842.

Virtua-West Jersey, Marlton
Seeks volunteers for board service, office work, fund raising and patient services. Contact Director of Volunteers, Ellen Deering, at 856-355-6660.


Of New Jersey works with at-risk boys and girls ages 12 - 18 to prepare them with life skills. Adult volunteers are needed to present programs on a broad spectrum of topics. Call Community Resource Coordinator Sean Shaw at 609-894-4856 ext. 132.

Visiting Homemaker and Health Services
Is a home health agency providing nursing, home health aide and physical, occupational, and speech therapy service in the client's home. We seek Volunteers to serve on the Board and assist with office work. Call 609-267-7417.

Visiting Nurse Service System
Located in Runnemede, is seeking volunteers to help in its Adult and Child Medical Day Care Center. Volunteers assist with leisure activities and games, serving meals, and help with arts and crafts. Call Suzanne King at 609-939-7137.

Volunteer Center of Burlington County
Located in Parker Center at Burlington County College, provides information on hundreds of volunteer opportunities and referrals to agencies throughout Burlington County. Call 609-894-9311 ext. 7492 for information, or to inquire about any of the following positions:

  • Volunteer Counselors - Individuals needed in the Volunteer Center office to respond to telephone inquiries, assist prospective volunteers, enter data, and do light clerical work.
  • Group Projects/Speial Assignments - Adult or teen service groups, families, and individuals are needed for short-term projects for many agencies. Flexible schedules, interesting challenges.
  • Board Bank - Adults with board expertise, experience, and interest needed for consideration in new board positions at various agencies

volcenter@hotmail.com | www.volunteercenterburlingtoncounty.org


Volunteers of America, Delaware Valley
Provides support services that benefit the homeless. Volunteers (14+) may work in housing and corrections programs. There are also opportunities working office support, as a tutor or mentor, in fund raising, counseling, and special events. Call 856-854-4660.

Voorhees Pediatric Health System
Voorhees Pediatric Facility seeks volunteers 14 years and older to work hands on with children in the Medical Daycare Center or Therapeutic Recreation Department playing games, reading stories and socializing with residents. We also seek assistance providing clerical support for the nursing and the medical records departments. Volunteer opportunities are available 7 days a week, volunteers must be able to commit to 2 hours a week! Contact Rose Lynch, Volunteer Coordinator at 856-346-3300 ext. 160 or
RLynch@forkidcare.com | www.forkidcare.com

WBZC-FM Burlington County College Radio Station
Seeks volunteers eager to get hands-on experience at America's #1 College radio station. Community volunteers are welcome to join BCC students working on the air and behind the scenes at various jobs. Help write community service announcements to publicize activities in Burlington County. For more information, call 609-894-9311 ext. 7223 or 856-222-9311 ext. 7492.

Weisman Children's Rehabilitation Hospital
located in Marlton, NJ seeks volunteers 14 years and older to work hands on with children in the Medical Daycare Center or Therapeutic Recreation Department playing games, reading stories and/or providing TLC to infants! We also seek assistance in clerical support for the nursing, social work and medical records departments. Opportunities are also available in the therapy departments, providing clerical support and observing therapists! Volunteers must be able to commit to 2 hours a week! Contact Rose Lynch, Volunteer Coordinator at 856- 489-4520 ext. 240 or

Whitesbog Preservation Trust of Historic Whitesbog Village
In Lebanon State Forest sponsors seasonal special events and educational programs to introduce the general public to the history of the berry industry and vanishing culture of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Volunteers (juniors, teens, and adults) are needed for many interesting assignments including seasonal tours, fundraising, and other project work. Call 609-893-4646 for information.


Wiley Christian Retirement Community, Marlton
Provides independent living through skilled care. Volunteers (14+) are needed for recreation programs, office work and mailings, counseling, fund raising, gift shop, resident services, companionship, writing letters, transportation, and entertainment. Call 856-983-0411.

Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, in Medford,
Rehabilitates orphaned and injured wildlife for release, provides environmental education, tours, and lectures on native habitats, plants, and animals. Volunteers are needed for office work, fundraising, wildlife rehabilitation, and tours. Opportunities are available for supervised volunteers 12+, and unsupervised 16+. Call 856-983-3329.
wcrwr@earthlink.net | www.cedarrun.org

Youth Golf & Academics Program
In Camden County, needs adult mentors, call (856) 756-0222.


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