Family Support Division of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst coordinates volunteer efforts on behalf of military families. Volunteers are needed for recreation, office work, and mentoring. Teen volunteers are considered. Must have base access. Call (609) 754-3154.
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. Junior volunteers must be 14 years old. Call Volunteer Services at 609-726-7131 or inquire at reception desk.
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org American Red Cross of Burlington County – Teens Helping in Action (THIA) Youth Group A NEW group of high school age volunteers from throughout Burlington County who meet twice monthly to organize, plan and run projects related to Red Cross lines of service: Disaster Services, Service to the Armed Forces, Health & Safety Services, Blood Services and International Services. Students work on projects on their own time in between regular meetings. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at 1632 Route 38, Lumberton, NJ 08048 609-267-9595.
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. Call First Aid Council Recruitment Chairman Rich Litton at 856-235-6715, or contact your local squad.
located at the South Jersey Regional Airport at 68 Stacy Haines Road in Lumberton, NJ, 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. More information, email@example.com – www.airvictorymuseum.com
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.
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March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation 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. www.marchofdimes.com
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International of Southern New Jersey 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. Teens welcome to apply. Call 856-429-1101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.jdrf.org/southjersey. 1415 Rt. 70 East Suite 311, Cherry Hill NJ, 08034.
Quixote Quest Teen Volunteer Club has clubs five clubs in South Jersey with two in Burlington County…Marlton & Burlington Twp. QQ helps teens to connect with important weekly volunteering where they can make a difference. For more information call 609-220-2186, email , – email@example.com, www.quixotequest.com
Quixote Quest is a volunteer program for teens dedicated to making a positive difference in their community. The program is open to high school teens and kicks off in September of each year. Teens are asked to make a year long commitments to volunteer service.
Joining Quixote Quest takes some thought. The teens of the Qrew are committed to the Quixote Quest motto…Deeds Not Words. They put kind thoughts and concerns for others into actions that truly make a difference. If you are a person that is ready to sacrifice two hours per week for a good cause, then Quixote Quest wants to talk to you.
The first step to being part of Quixote Quest is to check it out. The QQ director can schedule and interview for you (parent necessary), which will help you gather information about the club and learn about different types of volunteer opportunities that might be available near you.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.