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Pedals for Progress

Pedals for Progress provide 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 Saturday or Sunday 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.

CONTACT of Burlington County

CONTACT of Burlington County helps county residents by providing them with information to access available services, support to navigate their daily lives and an empathetic ear for those who are in crisis or lonely, isolated and in need.  Volunteers trained in listening skills and crisis intervention are available around-the-clock.  Call 856-234-5484 for information on upcoming volunteer training or visit our website for program and volunteer information: contactburlco.org/volunteer/ - info@contactburlco.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving NJ (MADD NJ)

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 Cranbury, NJ to assist with general

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US Coast Guard Auxiliary

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 PhilipWalmasley  - 856-728-8345 to locate the flotilla near you.  Website: www.cgaux.org/

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