Perhaps you’d just like to designate one special day a year when you and your loved ones can volunteer together as a family. Or maybe you are a student who would like to do a community service project with your class. We have wonderful opportunities for all ages. One way to do this is by offering your professional expertise (legal, financial, etc.) and conducting no-cost individual consultations to help JFCS clients navigate legal issues or better manage their money. You may also opt to hold your own food drive for our Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries. Similarly, you can hold a gift drive during a holiday season, collect personal care items for our domestic violence clients, or come up with your own special way to make a difference!

No application needed for “Bite-Size” Volunteers!


Flagging of the Graves of our Veterans
Sunday, May 17 at 10:30am, Locustwood Memorial Cemetery
Volunteers ages 6+ are invited to join JFCS, American Legion Post 372,
Jewish War Veterans Post 126, and Camden County Board of Freeholders for the
time-honored tradition of placing flags on veterans’ graves at Locustwood Cemetery.
Free to attend, advance registration required. To register online, click HERE.

To learn more about “Bite-Size” volunteer opportunities,
please contact Randi Brown at 856-424-1333 ext. 1541