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AARP State-Wide Opportunities

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  1. Volunteer for the nation's largest free tax service and be appreciated more than you can imagine! Become a tax volunteer, greeter or work on communications or technology. Read More

  2. Volunteer Tutors Needed!! Literacy Programs of New Jersey

    Date: May 1, 2014 - May 22, 2014
    Where: NJ

    The Tutor Training Program is a 12 hour course. Trainees are taught the main principles of adult learning and the program is divided into four main areas of content: Listening Skills, Speaking Skills, Reading Skills, and Writing Skills. After the trainee completes the course and all assignments, they will ... Read More

  3. Volunteer with Driver Safety

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    If youメre passionate about safety, enjoy helping others and strive to make your community a better place, then AARP Driver Safety would like to meet you. AARP Driver Safety, the nationメs first and largest older driver safety initiative, is recruiting unpaid volunteers to instruct, coordinate and promote its ... Read More

  4. Share Your Heart One Hour Per week

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Share the gift of YOU- a caring heart and healing hands! One hour per week is all we ask for you to make a difference to our hospice patients and their families. We have patients in homes and facilities all across New Jersey, Our next training will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 29 at our Edison office location from 9-3 pm ... Read More

  5. Hospice Volunteers Needed

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    FREE HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING! Share the gift of you- a caring heart and healing hands! One hour per week is all we ask for you to make a difference to our hospice patients and their families. We have patients in homes and facilities all across New Jersey. Have the opportunity to be a part of the team which ... Read More

  6. Hospice Volunteers Needed

    Date: February 1, 2014 - February 1, 2015
    Where: NJ

    Hospice Volunteers needed. Good listening skills and communication with compassion. Must have a valid NJ Driver's license. Free Training. Holding a patient's hand touches the heart. make a difference today. Read More

  7. Hospice Volunteers Needed at American Hospice

    Date: February 1, 2014 - February 1, 2015
    Where: NJ

    Hospice Volunteers needed. Good listening skills and communication with compassion. Must have a valid NJ Driver's license. Free Training. Holding a patient's hand touches the heart. Make a difference today. Read More

  8. Hospice Volunteers Needed

    Date: February 1, 2014 - February 1, 2015
    Where: NJ

    Hospice Volunteers needed. Good listening skills and communication with compassion. Must have a valid NJ Driver's license. Free Training. Holding a patient's hand touches the heart. make a difference today. Read More

  9. Share your heart! Hospice Volunteering opportunities available all over N.J. Free Hospice Volunteer Training Sessions on Saturday, January 18, 2014 and Saturday, February 1, 2014 (two part series) at our home office located in Raritan Center, 105 Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison, NJ Suite 402. Our volunteers provide ... Read More

  10. Rebuild After Hurricane Sandy

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Help us rebuild after hurricane Sandy. Read More

  11. Are you Compassionate and Caring?

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Compassionate people needed to visit with our hospice patients throughout NJ. Training provided! Volunteers also needed to assist with administrative hours in Willingboro, Manasquan and Rivers Edge, NJ. Do you know anyone with a certified Pet Therapy dog? We have a special need for pet visits! Read More

  12. Bonim Builders is a volunteer program developed through UJA Federation of Northern New Jersey. Bonim, which means builders in Hebrew, uses volunteers in hands-on projects to rehabilitate homes and other facilities in northern New Jersey for those in need. Bonim�s mission is to improve the quality of life for area ... Read More

  13. Family Mentor/Senior Friendly Companion

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Provide in-home visits to vulnerable famillies or frail elderly looking for support and companionship Read More

  14. Community Health Ambassadors

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Are you or is someone you love living with a chronic health condition? Do you pride yourself on overcoming everyday health challenges? Are you passionate about helping others? Join Health Monitor's team of Community Health Ambassadors, and we'll give you the tools and training you need to inspire your friends and ... Read More

  15. Share your heart! Hospice Volunteering opportunities available all over N.J. Free Hospice Training Saturday, June 22 and Saturday, June 28, 2013 (two part series) at our home office in Raritan Center, 105 Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison NJ Suite 402. Our volunteers provide comfort and caring to our hospice patients ... Read More

  16. CASA AmeriCorps VISTA Marketing and Communications Coordinator

    Date: June 18, 2013 - August 4, 2014
    Where: NJ

    Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Jersey, 90 Albany Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901 www.casaofnj.org POSITION AVAILABLE- CASA AmeriCorps VISTA Marketing and Communications Coordinator. CONTACT for questions -- VISTA Leader at courtney @ casaofnj.org. SALARY -- $11,796 - $15,312 living allowance and can ... Read More

  17. General Clerical

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Seeking "hands on" general clerical volunteer for our Edison, NJ office to help with typing, copying, scanning, shredding, phones and other miscellaneous work Read More

  18. Share your heart! Hospice Volunteering opportunities available all over N.J. Free Hospice Training FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013 and FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013 (two part series) at our home office in Raritan Center, 105 Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison NJ Suite 402. Our volunteers provide comfort and caring to our hospice patients and ... Read More

  19. Volunteer Patient Navigator

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    The role of a Volunteer Patient Navigator is to provide support to cancer patients and their caregivers by linking them to available resources from the American Cancer Society (training is provided). We are currently looking for volunteers that are at least 21 years of age; are required to attend a full day ... Read More

  20. Marketing Volunteers

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: NJ

    Animal lovers. Flexible schedule, varied jobs from hospitality to hanging up posters to writing, organizing and distributing promotional materials for upcoming events and fundraisers. Even bakers, food servers, and ticket takers needed to interface with the public. peace4paws is a Northern New Jersey based 501 c ... Read More

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Volunteer Literacy Tutor

Date: Ongoing
Where: Woodbridge Public Library, Woodbridge, NJ, 07095

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Administrative (office) Volunteers Needed

Date: Ongoing
Where: 105 Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison, NJ, 08837

Administrative office volunteer needed for Healthcare company in Edison NJ located in Raritan Center- Hours and days are your choice - office is open Monday through Friday, 9-5:30! Busy office - lovely staff - computers a plus. High school students/retirees and all ages in between are most welcome. Email above ... Read More

Volunteer Literacy Tutor

Date: Ongoing
Where: Metuchen Public Library, Metuchen, NJ, 08840

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Animal Welfare Rescue Group

Date: Ongoing
Where: PO Box 30351, Staten Island, NY, 10314

We are looking for volunteers to assist with weekend adoptions at local Pet stores in Staten Island, NY such as Petco and Petsmart. You would have to be personable and like working with animals cats/dogs. We are also looking for foster homes for pets that are being sponsored under our rescue group. Read More

Volunteer Literacy Tutor

Date: Ongoing
Where: Sayreville Public Library, Sayreville, NJ, 08872

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Volunteer Literacy Tutor

Date: Ongoing
Where: Edison Public Library, Edison, NJ, 08817

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Volunteer Facilitator

Date: Ongoing
Where: 1 East Broad Street, Westfield, NJ, 07090

Be a loving listener for children and families who are grieving the death of a family member in a free, year-round peer support group in Westfield, NJ. All facilitators are trained to companion people through grief and must make a one-year commitment to the program. Read More

Development & Fundraising Committee Members Needed

Date: Ongoing
Where: 380 Washington Road, Ste. F, Sayreville, NJ, 08872

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Youth Program Assistant

Date: September 23, 2013 - June 13, 2014
Where: 118 Division Street, Elizabeth, NJ, 07201

Adult volunteers needed daily to assist with after school program for homeless youth. Program provides tutoring, scouting and other enrichment opportunities for homeless youth in Elizabeth, NJ. Read More

Computer Essentials in Elizabeth

Date: February 8, 2013 - August 31, 2014
Where: contact Jersey cares, Elizabeth, NJ, 07206

Josephine's Place is a storefront, drop-in space dedicated to women in Elizabeth. The center caters to an array of needs. Computer Essentials is a basic computer course designed to introduce women to technology. Volunteers will be helping students with typing, web-surfing, and word processing. It's a fun, ... Read More

Patient & Family Services Volunteer Opportunities

Date: Ongoing
Where: Elizabeth, NJ, 07208

Rewarding and meaningful opportunities are available for caring volunteers to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients in the American Cancer Society, in Essex,Hudson & Union counties. Our Patient and Family Services department will provide needed training and resources. Volunteer positions are ... Read More

AARP Hunger Effort

Date: Ongoing
Where: 345 Guyon Avenue, Staten Island, NY, 10306

Oakwood Heights Community Church's food pantry is open every Friday from 10 to 2. Food donations are accepted Monday to Friday during business hours. The following food items are suggested to stock the pantry: Canned meats, tuna fish, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, rice (1lb boxes) and cereals. 1/2 ... Read More

Volunteers needed for Patient & Family Services Department, American Cancer Society, NJ

Date: Ongoing
Where: 986 South Springfield Avenue, Springfield, NJ, 07081

Meaningful and helpful volunteer opportunities available in Essex, Hudson & Union Counties. The Patient & Family Services Department of the American Cancer Society is looking for caring, committed individuals who want to help those whose lives have been touched by a cancer diagnosis. We have the following ... Read More

Give a ride to a cancer patient.

Date: Ongoing
Where: 986 So.Springfield Avenue, Springfield, NJ, 07081

We need volunteer drivers to help patients get to their doctor and treatment appointments. Training is provided. Read More

Do you know someone with Cancer? You can help!

Date: Ongoing
Where: 986 So.Springfield Avenue, Springfield, NJ, 07081

The American Cancer Society is in need of volunteers who can donate from 4 hours to 2 days per week to work in the office or onsite at a local healthcare facility. Cancer Survivors are needed to share words of encouragement via phone or through hospital visits to help patients access all the support and services ... Read More

Companion needed at SarahCare Services

Date: Ongoing
Where: 130 US Highway 22 Suite 100, North Plainfield, NJ, 07060

SarahCare Services adults with Developmental Delays. Many require extra T.L.C. Some participants are very low functioning and require more help than most to fully benefit from activities. Companion volunteers will spend time with one maybe or maybe two participants doing sensory stimulation activities. If ... Read More

Child Advocate

Date: Ongoing
Where: 77 Church Street, New Brunswick, NJ, 08901

CASA of Middlesex County is looking for volunteers to be child advocates! Become an advocate for a child who has been removed from home due to abuse and neglect. Volunteers learn about courtroom procedures by working alongside judges, attorneys and social workers in the Middlesex County family court system. A ... Read More

Mobile Meals in Elizabeth

Date: February 8, 2013 - August 31, 2014
Where: contact jersey cares, Elizabeth, NJ, 07201

Serve the hungry from a mobile pantry by providing the many people who are unable to reach a community foodbank with this invaluable service. Be a part of this unforgettable experience! Volunteers are needed to assist with the following tasks: Set up and take down of the operation. Help the food bank driver and ... Read More

Volunteer Literacy Tutor

Date: Ongoing
Where: South River Public Library, South River, NJ, 08882

Be the change in someone's life. Volunteer at LPNJ (Literacy Programs of New Jersey) and make a difference to increase Literacy Education! LPNJ is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enable adult native speakers of English, and those whose native language is not English, to acquire the necessary basic ... Read More

Marketplace in Hillside

Date: February 8, 2013 - August 31, 2014
Where: Contact Jersey Cares, Hillside, NJ, 07205

Marketplace in Hillside is a project dedicated to battling hunger and poverty in our community. The Community FoodBank of New Jersey provides a meaningful volunteer experience in a positive, safe environment that is perfect for individuals, families, and groups of almost any size. Each year the FoodBank relies on ... Read More

Help Military Families

Date: Ongoing

Operation Energy Save

Date: Ongoing

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We rescue small breed dogs and they are placed in foster homes until adopted. We urgently need fosters in the NE are. Please apply today. Read More

Organizer

Date: Ongoing

Help seniors in your neighborhood create a virtual village for support and aging in place by volunteering with Utah Senior Village. Create activities, encourage membership, enhance successful aging among neighborhood citizens 50 and over. Read More

Informed by Nature is a first of its kind non-profit set to launch in October, 2011. We are a web based company with three simple goals: 1. Fund the endeavor of science. 2. Combat scientific illiteracy. 3. Raise awareness to natural reality. Our intention is to be a one stop shop for all things science on ... Read More

Fundraiser

Date: Ongoing

Fundraiser We at North Metropolitan Church, in affiliation with The Science Institute (The Institute) a Christian organization, are responding to the need of the communities for GED and ESL educational programs. Many of the youth and adults in our and surrounding communities are lacking the educational skills, ... Read More

Mosaic Junction is an initiative to work with kids having Cancer, AIDS, Drug addiction, Autism and other physical disabilities using art. We also envision ourselves working with elderly people in old age homes. We invite artists from all over the globe, young and old, amateur and established to share skills with ... Read More

Do you love the ocean? Do you want to act for the ocean from the comfort of your home? Become a World Oceans Day Blue Planeteer! If you want to help out but you can't organize an event, join us in spreading the word online and beyond. Visit this link and click the "Sign Up" links. Enter your email and we'll ... Read More

Movement Builder

Date: Ongoing

EOTO World seeks Movement Builders to help advance the cause toward a culture of peace and a poverty free world. Are you that person? The organization seeks to gain dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers to build a groundswell of presence for the organization on an on-going basis. As a Movement Builder, you will ... Read More

Would you like to make a huge difference in the lives of visually impaired students across America? Volunteer with Bookshare to describe images such as diagrams and charts in textbooks for high school students. It's easy, even 15 minutes of your time will make a difference. Volunteer from anywhere. To sign-up as a ... Read More

Seeking participants for a unique online, federally-funded, paid research effort directed at improving current forecasting methods. Our ideal participant has expertise in: politics, science & technology, economics, the environment, or the military. If you would like to learn more information about this effort, ... Read More

Volunteer for Aspect Foundation, the leader in International Student Exchange for over 25 years! Aspect Foundation is looking for representatives to work with foreign exchange students in your community. These students come from more than 30 countries to spend a semester or academic year in your local public or ... Read More

paws4vets.org places Service Dogs with Veterans and others suffering from PTSD. Each Dog costs up to $35,000 to train and place. Please help us by joining a raffle, investing in our cause and telling others about us. Visit http://helpkyria.com for more. Read More

Help to support The Bone Marrow Foundation's efforts to provide financial assistance to children and adults who are undergoing a bone marrow, stem cell, or cord blood transplant. The Bone Marrow Foundation was founded in 1992 with a single vital goal: to improve the quality of life for patients who are undergoing ... Read More

Business and Marketing: Help us develop marketing campaigns, conduct research on corporate partners, and draft business letters supporting CANDi's mission. Internet Business: Help us develop and establish an internet business, establish and maintain business and merchant accounts for online donations. ... Read More

Help CANDi-Cats and Dogs International, an international animal welfare organization, write grant proposals, develop a donor database, conduct mail campaigns and organize fundraising activities, etc. Use your valuable skills and experience to save the lives of stray cats and dogs at resort destinations who are ... Read More

The National Remember Our Troops Campaign is looking for a few good people There are many ways you can help This is a Volunteer-From-Home opportunity To learn more, please visit: http://www.nrotc.org/volunteer.htm Read More

Volunteer your time in bite sized chunks, from your own home and when you want to. Benefit worthy causes to suit your lifestyle at your own convenience. Dip in, dip out with absolutely no commitment. Over 800 actions to choose from that last between 10 seconds to 30 minutes. No specialized skills ... Read More

Faith-based nonprofits do a lot to help women, children, and the elderly in the community. Inside The Pew, a nonprofit online magazine, wants to highlight as many of them as possible in our publication. Our features run no more than 400 words and include one phone. If you enjoy telling a story and interviewing, ... Read More

We are in need of your assistance to develop an ongoing technique for increasing viewership of our information of self-help and improvement of life through the streaming videos we produce. Second Chance Community Services is a non-profit organization that needs your input immediately. Please contact us with your ... Read More

Looking for person experienced in fund raising to help a NP/501c3 develop fund raising plan. Will work with board members and President. Interest in Youth Development & Improvement, Assist Youth in Business Learning & Development and/or research is helpful. The opportunity is with Second Chance Community Services, ... Read More

Food Drive

Date: Ongoing

Donation boxes for non perishables items are located at grocery stores and churches and will be soon available to the public. Churches will have someone deliver the food from their local grocery stores and businesses by a local volunteer. Some volunteers can be found at www.visitingangels.com The opportunity ... Read More

Drive green

Date: Ongoing

Check out the Smartway Transport program for car buying and driving tips you can send to friends. Read More

Turn trash into treasure

Date: Ongoing

Ask neighbors to clean out and offer their unwanted items on Freecycle (www.freecycle.org) or Craigslist (www.craigslist.org/about/sites). Read More

Post the Protecting Your Personal Information From Fraud tip sheet on a community bulletin board. Read More

Volunteer your time in bite sized chunks, from your own home and when you want to. Benefit worthy causes to suit your lifestyle at your own convenience. Dip in, dip out with absolutely no commitment. Over 800 actions to choose from that last between 10 seconds to 30 minutes. No specialized skills ... Read More

The Hartford and the MIT AgeLab have created a document title "The Calm Before the Storm: Family Conversations about Disaster Planning, Caregiving, Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia." The 44-page .PDF booklet is aimed at helping caregivers better plan for natural disasters by talking to and planning with family, ... Read More

Family-to-Family is a community-based organization that links families with more to families with much less. Each month, the sponsor family prepares a box of non-perishable foods for shipment to "their" needy family in another part of the country. Read More

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation's largest volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service. And we want you to join us. We started in 1968 with just four volunteers at one site preparing 100 tax returns. AARP Foundation now involves more than 35,000 volunteers and serves 2.6 million taxpayers annually ... Read More

Clean a river

Date: Ongoing

Rivers provide more than 65% of the nation's drinking water, but trash and pollution can degrade a river's safety and its beauty. An easy way to connect with nature and help your community is by organizing a local river or stream cleanup. Forward a link to AARP's "Organizing a River Cleanup" toolkit to your ... Read More

Arranging a community used book sale is a great opportunity to help others in your community. When you sell donated books, the proceeds can provide funding for local community programs. Book sales are also a wonderful opportunity to help others in need through the world of literature, while meeting folks in your ... Read More

Share your unused frequent flier miles with the Make-A-Wish Foundation -- to help fulfill the travel wishes of a child with a life-threatening medical condition, or Hero Miles -- to assist service members and their families. Please visit: http://www.fisherhouse.org/programs/heroMiles or ... Read More

AARP's Money Matters Tip Sheets cover the full range of Money Matters that are on your mind. They have answers about creating a budget, cutting costs, and the basics of 401(k) plans. They provide information on investment scams and college savings plans, and more. Each Tip Sheet has a specific "to-do" list to set ... Read More

Donate used eyeglasses

Date: Ongoing

When you donate used prescription eyeglasses, you will help someone in the world see again. Collect eyeglasses for Lions Club or Onesight.org Please visit: http://www.onesight.org/ or http://donateglasses.net/search.html Read More

Create matching donation programs

Date: Ongoing

Many businesses have programs to match employees' charitable donations. Contact your Human Resources Department to learn if your company has a matching program in place. Matching gifts are a great way to often double, or sometimes triple, your generous gift.

Donate used cell phones

Date: Ongoing

Cell Phones for Soldiers turns old cell phones into prepaid calling cards for U.S. troops stationed overseas. When you donate your old phone, it goes to ReCellular, which then pays Cell Phones for Soldiers. For each phone donated, Cell Phones for Soldiers can provide an hour of talk time to soldiers. Read More

AARP's Doughnut Hole Tool Kit is designed so individuals, organizations, and community groups can help a friend or family member find out whether they are at risk of falling into the coverage gap where people have to pay all of the costs of their prescription drugs. Use the Medicare Doughnut Hole calculator to help ... Read More

Inspire a friend to get heart healthy with these tips and information: http://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-01-2010/never_heart_attack.2.html http://www.aarp.org/food/diet-nutrition/info-03-2011/eat-for-a-healthy-heart.html Read More

Get your neighbors ready for a big storm. Hand out this Basic Hurricane Supply Checklist. Read More

AARP's Sidewalks and Streets Survey is designed so communities can make walking safer by teaching small groups to take simple walkability surveys and to take recommended actions for community improvements. Encourage your neighbors to help you conduct a Sidewalk and Street Survey by posting the survey on your ... Read More

Support a senior in need

Date: Ongoing

AARP Foundation programs and legal advocacy efforts address issues that affect people age 50 and over on a daily basis, as well as emerging trends that will affect people more and more as they age. In addition to direct service and programs, the Foundation also offers numerous volunteer and charitable giving ... Read More

Fight fraud by sharing the Spot and Stop Investment Fraud tip sheet with friends. Read More

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