The Muscular Dystrophy Association

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.orgwww.mdausa.org

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America 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 value the contribution of all our volunteers, for more information call 1-800-532-7667 x 117, web. http://support.msassociation.org/volunteerwww.msassociation.org . Make a commitment to serve, contact MSAA now.

Kate’s Place, Inc.

Kate’s Place, Inc. is a non profit social program that provides a safe and friendly environment for developmentally delayed teens and young adults 18 and above. The program currently takes place in 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 of compassionate volunteers. For further information e-mail katesplaceinc@comcast.net or call (609) 694-5949.  Website: www.kates-place-nj.org

Bancroft Neurohealth

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. For more information, or to request an application, please contact Debra Conner at  (856) 429-5637, ext. 7023.

Resources for Independent Living

Resources for Independent Living (RIL) 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.

 

 

Kaleidoscope Therapeutic Riding Program

Kaleidoscope Therapeutic Riding Program Help a child with special needs get more out of life! Flexible schedule! Great Exercise! Must be at least 12 years of age. Become a Volunteer! To help a child with special needs get more out of life and achieve more is an incredibly rewarding service. Our schedule is flexible and you don’t have to commit to the same time every week. Previous horse handling experience is helpful but not necessary. If you love children and you love horses this is the ultimate volunteering experience for you! KaleidoscopeTR.com  Contact Kelly 609-923-7847 Kaleidoscopetr@yahoo.com

March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation

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