Teens

Food Bank of South Jersey

The Food Bank of South Jersey’s mission is to provide an immediate solution to the urgent problem of hunger, by providing food  to needy, teaching them to eat nutritiously, and helping them find sustainable ways to improve their lives.  Volunteer Hours are M – F 9:00 – 11:30am and 12:30 – 3pm shifts.  No walk-ins, all volunteering must be scheduled.  Jobs include: sorting, packing boxes of can goods, sorting non-foods, packing Kidz Packs and Senior bags, etc.  There are also offsite Hope Mobile and special events volunteering available.  Must be over 13 years old.  13 – 16

Quixote Quest Teen Volunteer Club

Quixote Quest Teen Volunteer Club is a teen volunteer organization where teens volunteer weekly to help disadvantaged children, or children with disabilities, or senior citizens. QQ also has a special mentoring program where teens match up with a child from the cities of Camden and Trenton (transportation provided) to inspire them to achieve more.  This is a great program for aspiring teachers.

CONTACT– TeenLine

CONTACT-- TeenLine - 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 students 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.

Crossroads Programs, Inc.

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.

Save the Environment of Moorestown (STEM)

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, Kathy Huffman, Director.

Urban Airshed Reforestation Program (UARP)

Urban Airshed Reforestation Program (UARP) was started by The NJ Tree Foundation in Camden, NJ in 2002. The mission of the UARP is to improve air and water quality in the city of Camden while empowering residents to create positive changes in their own communities. Over the past eight years, we have hand-planted thousands of trees with Camden residents, schools, churches, and non-profits. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome.  Wear sturdy shoes and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty!

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