The Salt and Light Company

The Salt and 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. info@affordablehomesgroup.com

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Mount Holly Public Library

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. mthollylibrary@comcast.net

307 High Street Mt.Holly, NJ 08060

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 
clerical administrative tasks, such as answering phones, fulfilling requests for information, etc., as well as critical areas such as website design and maintenance, photography, statewide newsletter, speaker's bureau and public policy team.  
Please call 609-409-1220

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 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; website:  www.contactburlco.org

Community Options, Inc.


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 the home. 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.  www.comop.org  (609) 265-7749.

Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND)

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.

League of Women Voters (LWV)

League of Women Voters (LWV), 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.