The T Thomas Cultural Foundation of Red Bank is seeking civic-minded students who are interested in history, social justice and/or the arts. There are many opportunities to be involved, including: becoming a summer intern; creating art to be used at events (essays, poetry, music or visual); helping to disseminate informtion at events or become a steward of the cultural center. Click on the link for more information about the foundation and for contact information.
Volunteers needed to assist in the operation of the Twin Lights Historic site gift shop. The site is owned and operated by the state however the gift shop is staffed by volunteers with the Twin Lights Historical Society without dedicated volunteers the state is unable to open the site 7 days a week. 4 hour shift once a week in the gift ship morning or afternoons. For more information please email email@example.com or call 732-872-1814.
Peer Tutors wanted for the RBR tutoring programs in Red Bank on Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6pm - 7:30pm for Freshmen and Sophomore Math, Science and Language Arts. Come and support your fellow RBR students. If you are interested or have questions please contact Suzanne Keller in The Source.
Volunteers wanted to mentor students at The Red Bank Primary school on Mondays 3:15pm to 4:30pm. No prior experience necessary. This is a fun and rewarding experience for all volunteers. Volunteers become mentors and help to improve a student's desire to do better in school. You can make a difference to a 2nd or 3rd grade students life. The first meeting will be November 4th. Contact Caroline Dwyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732 977 5622 to sign up or with any questions.
The Media Center is looking for students to assist the Media Specialist, Ms. Bunn, to help keep the Media Center a great environment to study and relax. Contact Ms. Bunn or Mrs. Hansen in The Media Center if you have an interest in working with students and staff in the educational setting. Duties will include: Keeping the shelves and the computer areas clean and organized; sorting and reshelving library materials; assisting students with technology questions; helping to create displays, bulletin boards and flyers; making recommendations of books to fellow students; helping to plan after school events and make marketing materials. Experience with and knowledge of library organization and computers is helpful.
Celtic Charms is an organization in Howell that provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to achieve personal goals through therapeutic horsemanship. For information phone 732 252 7067 or email email@example.com
Challanged Youth Sports is a recreational sports program for children with disabilities. The program is totally volunteer based, using caring adults and wonderful teenagers from our community. Their objective is to provide recreation for the children while fostering an environment for positive reinforcement through recreational sports.
HABcore provides permanent and supportive housing to homeless families, veterans and individuals with special needs. For more information about volunteer opportunities contact Kayla Calabro 732 544 1975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must be 16 yrs old or older to to help out at the construction sites. There are other volunteer opportunities for those under 16 yrs old. In particular the ReStore at 917 3rd Ave, Asbury Park. Contact 732 988 7044 or email@example.com for more details.
Contact 732 974 2422 Ext 8 for information about other volunteer opportunities.
Phone the park 732 268 7034 for more information about volunteering. Located in Middletown, Poricy Park has many opportunities for Volunteering: Conduct various programs, help to maintain trails, perform office work, build and maintain exhibits, help during summer camps.
Several volunteer opportunities are avaliable for high school students depending on the time of year. Year-round opportunities include: Toy sorting and inventory, Lobby cafe assistant. Phone 732 747 1626 or email Jesabel.Cruz@use.salvationarmy.org
Special People United to Ride is an organization that provides individuals with disabilites the opportunity to achieve personal goals through theraputic horsemanship. Volunteers are needed to help as leaders, sidewalkers and to help with daily barn chores. For more information please contact Pat Bernstein 732 224 1367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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