Brand New Day
176 First Street
CASA Union County
The Albender Building
1143-1145 E. Jersey Street
Courtney Green firstname.lastname@example.org
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Union County recruits, trains, supervises, and supports community volunteers to advocate for abused, neglected, and abandoned children placed in foster homes or residential facilities. CASA volunteers ensure children’s best interests remain the priority while working towards establishing a safe, stable and permanent home for each child served.
Christ Fellowship of Elizabeth Food Pantry
1121 Elizabeth Avenue
Fridays from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Elizabethport Presbyterian Church Food Pantry
154 First Street
Every Friday from 8am-2p, Second and Third Saturday of every month, and the last week of every month from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm for food distribution.
MT. TEMAN Church
160 Madison Avenue
Food Pantry is every 4th Thursday of the month from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and Soup Kitchen is every 4th Saturday of the month from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
JFS Central NJ Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
655 Westfield Avenue
Food Programs, Education/Literacy and Help Seniors
St. Joseph’s Social Service Center
118 Division Street
Volunteer Coordinator, E-newsletter Editor, E-newsletter writers, Media Coordinator, Photographers, Project Ready Instructors, Drivers, and Giving Tree Coordinators & Helpers.
The Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless
118 Division Street
Organize a collection; volunteer to help children with homework; volunteer for events like Operation Warm Heart, Family Fun Day, Hoops to End Homelessness, and More!
Trinitas Regional Medical Center
225 Williamson Street
Patient Care, Elder Life Program (HELP), Patients’ Families, Clerical/Computer, Senior Citizen Services, Support Services, Community Outreach.
YWCA Union County
1131 East Jersey Street
Administrative, Child Care, Court Advocacy, 24 Hour Crisis Response Team, STEP Mentor, & 24-Hour Hotline.
LPC Mission Project Food Pantry
1506 Orchard Terrace
Every 10th, 11th, & 12th of every month to load and unload food products. Package and distribution included.
Sisters & Brothers Outreach Food Pantry
1318 East St Georges Ave
Every 2nd and last Thursday of every month from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Haitian Pentecostal Church & Home of Hope Worldwide Food Pantry
431 Maple Avenue
Every 2nd and last Saturday of every month from 7:00 am – 10:00 am
Children’s Specialized Hospital
150 New Providence Road
Recreational Therapy Programs (Patient Cuddler, Patient Pal, Room Buddy, Open Playroom, and Evening Recreation); Therapy Observation (Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology); Activity Connection-Social Programs (Adaptive Aquatics, Friday Night Fever, Martial Arts, Supportive Swim, Teen Night, and Yoga)
Rahway Food for Friends Food Pantry
1221 New Brunswick Avenue
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 am until 2:00pm. Every Second Saturday of every month from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. This volunteer opportunity includes stock, loading, unloading, packing bags of food for the disadvantaged and distributing food.
Rahway Food for Friends Soup Kitchen
1731 Church Street
Every Saturday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. This volunteer opportunity includes serving food to those in need via buffet style lunch, cleaning, setting up hall, breaking down tables and chairs.
Heard AME Church Food Pantry
310 East 8th Ave
Call for availability
New Destiny Community Development Food Pantry
129 Chestnut St
Every 2nd Saturday of every month from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Literacy Volunteers – Union County
121 Chestnut Street #1
Barbara Hathaway, Program Director
121-125 Chestnut Street, Suite 301
908-793-9800 Ext. 5
Dan Fishbein, email@example.com
Recovery Mentor (Individuals who can serve as positive role models of a healthy, recovery supportive lifestyle), Recovery Coach (Individuals who receive specialized training in helping individuals to initiate and sustain recovery), Outreach, Education, & Annual Fundraisers.
El Centro Hispano Americano Food Pantry
525 East Front St
Every Tuesday from 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Saint Vincent Society of North Plainfield Food Pantry
99 Westervelt Avenue
908-963-1211 or 908-448-6105
Every 4th Tuesday of the month from 9am-11am and every 4th Saturday of the month from 7:30 am-10:00 am
BIANCA F.L.O.W.E.R.S, Inc. Food Pantry
Food pantry is located within the Boys & Girls Club
145 Park Ave
908-507-4118 or 908-548-5338
Every Monday from 11am-1pm and every Tuesday from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
The Lord’s Kitchen
525 West Fourth Street
Lauren Lawson Leaston
Serving food to families in need on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Premier Community Development Corp Food Pantry
543 West 3rd Street
Call for availability
Center for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc
1900 Raritan Rd
Patient/Family Care Volunteers, Bereavement/Spiritual Volunteers, Bilingual Volunteers, Pet Therapy, Music Therapy, Recreation and Office Volunteers.
2019 NJ Mighty Ducks Sports Swim Season
JCC in Scotch Plains
1319 Martine Ave
Marla Napurano – firstname.lastname@example.org
NJ Mighty Ducks is a sports program for individuals age 6 and older with developmental disabilities. We are seeking volunteers for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30pm-9pm. All volunteers must be at least high school age. No swim experience is necessary. Volunteers commitment is one night a week minimum.
99 Beauvoir Avenue
Pediatric Patient Activities, Messenger, Emergency Department, Gift Shop, Healing Arts Ambassador Program, Information Desk, Musicians, Pet Therapy.
290 Broad Street
SAGE Eldercare volunteers deliver Meals on Wheels to individuals age 60 and older who are frail, homebound, or disabled. We deliver meals Monday through Friday at 11:00am; we do not deliver on weekends or evenings. We are located in Summit NJ and deliver meals to Summit, Berkeley Heights, Chatham, Millburn, Mountainside, New Providence, Short Hills and Springfield residents.
79 Maple Street
Volunteers needed for special needs activities, English as a second language tutors, and drivers & cooks for pathway cooks program.
Boys and Girls Club of Union County
1050 Jeanette Avenue
If you are interested in working directly with the youth, please note that program hours are typically 2:30pm-6:30pm at most locations. Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County welcomes individuals and groups of volunteers to help us inspire and enable young people. Volunteers act as adult role models and can contribute on many levels. The gift of a volunteer’s time and talents is very much appreciated.
Individual – Participate in individual volunteer activities / Assist with a special event at a club. Each individual volunteer applicant will need to fill out an application/background check. Applications available.
Small Groups of Volunteers (2 – 10) – Small groups of volunteers for various activities / Assist with a club’s special event (depending on event) / Implement a volunteer event (with the input of Club Branch Director) to help maintain and improve club facilities: clean, landscape, paint, construct, etc.
Larger Groups of Volunteers (over 15) – Implement a volunteer event (with the input of Club Branch Director) to help maintain and improve club facilities: clean, landscape, paint, construct, etc. Outside of the Club – Create a fundraising activity or event to benefit club members or a specific club site.
JFS Central NJ Westfield Area Youth Volunteer Experience
655 Westfield Avenue
Education/Tutoring, Social Service Advocacy, Nutrition/Food Pantry, Teen Philanthropy, & Peer Volunteer Leadership
P.O. Box 2376
Volunteer Crisis Listener, volunteer for the marketing committee, fundraising efforts, or the quality assurance committee.