Volunteer Organizations

  • MORRISTOWN MEDICAL CENTER

    100 Madison Avenue

    Morristown, NJ 07960

    (973) 971-5475

    www.atlantichealth.org/morristown

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    Volunteers perform clerical work, provide hospital assistance, or assist with recreational activities and special events. Summer opportunities available. Apply early as positions fill quickly.


    ST. CLARE’S HOSPITAL

    Health Centers located in:

    Boonton, NJ

    Denville, NJ

    (973) 625-6010

    MargaretKirchhoff@saintclares.org

    www.saintclares.org

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    Volunteers can work directly with patients: courier service, ER assistance, flower and mail delivery, or patient transport. Non-patient areas include central supply, medical records, gift shop, or the reception desks.


    VOLUNTEERS FOR MORRIS COUNTY

    (973) 538-7200

    www.vmcnj.org

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    Great resource to connect high school students with volunteer opportunities in the area!


    PARSIPPANY AMBULANCE SQUAD

    (973) 887-3003

    www.pvas.org

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    Interested teens can join the ambulance squad at age 15 and begin riding at age 16. Junior squad members will assist senior EMT members on calls and squad business.


    RED CROSS

    (973) 538-2160

     

    American Red Cross

    Opportunity to work closely with Red Cross units, becoming engaged in projects that address some of the country and world’s greatest needs.


    SEEING EYE

    10 Washington Valley Road

    Morristown, NJ 07960

    (973) 539-4425

    www.seeingeye.org

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    Seeing eye dog training organization. Volunteers provide clerical assistance, fill dog food dishes, drive graduates to speaking engagements, and many other activities!


    ERIC JOHNSON HOUSE

    44 South Street

    Morristown, NJ 07960

    (973) 285-0006

    www.njas-inc.org

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    Organization provides supportive services, housing opportunities, prevention education to people living with HIV/AIDS. Various volunteer opportunities available.


    COMFORT ZONE CAMP

    80 Park Street

    Montclair, NJ 07042

    (973) 364-1713

    www.comfortzone.org

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    Bereavement camp for children who lost a parent. Volunteers ages 15-18 can be Junior Counselors.

     

    CIVIL AIR PATROL

    www.gocivilairpatrol.com

     

    Honor Guard

    Opportunity for teens interested in a career in aviation. Cadets progress through 16-step  program including aerospace education, leadership training, physical fitness and moral leadership.


    MARKET STREET MISSION

    9 Market Street

    Morristown, New Jersey 07960

    (973) 538-6337

    Contact: Nancy Motley

    nmotley@marketstreet.org

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    Organization that assists homeless and underprivileged individuals. Volunteers perform office duties, tutor, sort food and stock pantries, serve meals, as well as a wide variety of other tasks.


    MIND, BODY, & SOUL FOOD PANTRY at Parsippany Christian Church

    205 Vail Road

    Parsippany, NJ 07054

    Minister Thomas Hart

    (973) 335-6387

    Thart07054@aol.com

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    Volunteers are needed every second and fourth Wednesday of the month to assist patrons. As many as 40-60 people are served.


    HOMELESS SOLUTIONS

    540 West Hanover Ave., Suite 100

    Morristown, NJ 07960

    Tamala Reynolds

    www.homelesssolutions.org

    Preparing and serving lunch and dinner, teaching workshops, providing childcare, reading and organizing activities for children, and running donation drives. Volunteer options and form available on website.


    COLOR A SMILE

    www.colorasmile.org

     

     

     

    Nonprofit organization that distributes cheerful drawings to senior citizens, troops overseas, and others in need of a smile. Visit the website for directions on how to participate!


    THE CHELSEA AT MONTVILLE

    165 Changebridge Road

    Montville, NJ 07045

    (973) 402-1100

     

    Assisted living center where students can run recreational activities and visit with senior citizens.

    Students must fill out application and interview.


    CHESHIRE HOME

    9 Ridgedale Avenue

    Florham Park, NJ 07932

    (973) 966-1232

    Gina Grasso

     

    A rehabilitative and residential facility for young adults with spinal cord injuries and neurological impairments. Provide companionship and participate in special events. Must be 18 years old.


    LAKELAND HILLS FAMILY YMCA

    100 Fanny Road

    Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046

    (973) 334-2820 ext. 38

    BreAnne Barrow

    breanneb@lhymca.com

     


    GREATER MORRISTOWN YMCA

    79 Horsehill Road

    Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927

    (973) 267-0704

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Variety of volunteer opportunities for students throughout the school year.


    MOUNT PLEASANT ANIMAL SHELTER

    194 Route 10 West

    East Hanover, NJ 07936

    Rebecca Pollack

    (973) 386-0590

    www.njshelter.org

    Animal shelter with opportunities for students 16 and up.  Tasks include cleaning dishes, sanitizing pans, washing laundry, mopping, sweeping, and cleaning crates. Visit their website for more information.


    NEW EYES FOR THE NEEDY

    549 Millburn Avenue

    Short Hills, New Jersey 07078

    Sally Golding

    (973) 376-4088

    www.new-eyes.org/volunteer

    Volunteers sort, test, and re-package thousands of pairs of donated eyeglasses for distribution overseas to poor people in developing countries, complete administrative tasks, and help spruce up the exterior of the building.


    COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN AND OUTREACH CENTER

    36 South Street

    Morristown, New Jersey 07960

    (973) 267-0709

    nancy@cskmorristown.org

    www.cskmorristown.org

    Organization that provides warm nutritious meals, free of charge, no questions asked, to anyone seeking nourishment. Volunteers age 12 and older can serve hot meals to guests, sort & distribute food donations, and  move food from the pantry to dining room and kitchen.


    CAMP HOPE

    1792 Union Valley Road

    West Milford, NJ 07480

    Judy Bellina

    (973) 535-1181 x1223

    jbellina@arcessex.org

    Camp Hope is a summer day camp in East Hanover, NJ that offers a fun-filled outdoor experience for children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Volunteers can be 14 and older.