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.  United Way Agency.  Call (609) 880-0210. ,


The Fatherhood Connection, Inc.

 is a 501(c)(3) faith-based, non-profit organization of men and women who support the institution of fatherhood.  We are committed in our efforts to re-establish fatherhood in the families of our community. Our aim is to improve the well-being of children by getting fathers to financially support and actively participate in raising their children.  We teach and discuss, mentor and motivate men to become responsible fathers.  We do this by offering parenting classes (we also have a teen parenting course for young dads), Workshops, Co-parenting Support Group, Supervised Visitation program, and we also have several events throughout the year that are designed to give fathers an opportunity to spend time with their children.


The program currently in need of volunteers is the Supervised Visitation program.  This program is run by Mount Holly Superior Court, at the court building.  The Fatherhood Connection Inc. in collaboration with the court runs the same program at the Kennedy Center in Willingboro.  Supervised Visitation is a weekly program and refers to contact between a non-custodial parent and one or more children in the presence of a third person responsible for observing and seeking to ensure the safety of those involved.

Volunteers are needed to be observers.  The duties of the observers are to watch the interaction, listen to the conversation between parent and child, and make note of their observation.  The visits are for one hour weekly and training will be provided.

Volunteers may apply online at or call (609) 877-1076 and say I’d like to be a volunteer.  Thank you for your support in helping us help our community.

Burlington County Municipal Alliance Network

Burlington County Municipal Alliance Network works with, and is funded by, the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, county and local government.  Municipal Alliances plan, coordinate, and conduct alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention activities to benefit communities.  There are 26 alliances serving 33 communities in Burlington County.  Local events and projects need input and support.  There are many volunteer opportunities for adults and groups of supervised teens.  Call the County Municipal Alliance Coordinator at 609-265-5538 for the current contact in your town .

  – Evesham Municipal Alliance (CAEC/RAP Room) seeks teens (13+) to volunteer for Peer Leadership, PRIDE, and Teen Advisory Board.  Adult volunteers are needed for chaperones, office help, board members, and activities planning.  Visit or contact 856-983-3328.

  – Mount Laurel Municipal Alliance is looking for residents interested in planning and assisting with local drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs. For more information and schedule of monthly meetings, call 856-234-0001 ext. 237.

Burlington City Youth Education Mentoring Program

Needs adult volunteers to mentor students at Burlington City Schools one hour week (October to June) .

Call 609- 387-5975

Boy Scouts of America – Garden State Council

Boy Scouts of America– Garden State Council has volunteer openings for adult leaders to work with Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and Explorers (a career-oriented coed program).  Volunteers also welcome to participate in recreation, telephone and office work, fund raising, and operating committees.  For your opportunity to help young people, call 609-261-5850 ext. 17.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Burlington County

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties, located in Cherry Hill, is a social service program for children in Burlington County,  who have shown a need for positive development through the help of qualified, interested adults to improve relationships and performance at home, school, and in the community. BB/BS needs volunteers, including seniors, to serve as adult role models, friends, and mentors. Volunteers are also needed in the office, to assist with educational activities, and/or special events. For information on the application procedure, call 856-616-2340.–

Junior Achievement of New Jersey, Inc.

Junior Achievement of New Jersey, Inc. educates and inspires young people to value: free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.  Its curricula address business and economic concepts, and workforce skills that build in intensity from Kindergarten through grade 12.  Volunteers (17+) are needed to teaching class one hour per day, once a week for approximately five weeks.  Contact Program Manager at 609- 419-0404 x 106.