Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities:
World Cares Staten Island Sandy Recovery Day – April 5th 9am-4pm
Calling all RPCV’s with the volunteer spirit! Come help a Staten Island resident get their home back! Volunteers will work on homes affected by Superstorm Sandy, on Staten Island by completing deconstruction, mold remediation, or rebuild projects. Thousands of homes across the tri-state area that were damaged by floodwater or winds from Sandy are still in need of repairs and World Cares Center (WCC) is working with volunteers and partners to ensure that there are no survivors that fall through the cracks. WCC provides comprehensive safety training, worksite orientation, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), a T-Shirt and a bottle of water to all volunteers. This event is open to NJ and NY RPCVs as well as friends and family!
For more information or to sign up please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need volunteers for community service projects or outreach events in New Jersey? Contact Lisa, RPCV-NJ’s Outreach and Volunteer coordinator at email@example.com. We may be able to help organize local volunteers for your projects!
Past Volunteer events:
Jersey Cares Day, 5/4/13
Four RPCV-NJ volunteers participated in Jersey Cares Day on Saturday May 4th. Jersey Cares Day is an annual event organized by Jersey Cares where people from all over New Jersey unite for the common goal of revitalizing local communities. In 2013, nearly 2,500 volunteers across 13 counties participated in meaningful acts of service.RPCV-NJ President Barbara Kelly (Senegal 71-73) and Peter Arney (Sierra Leone 68-70) at the Jersey Cares Morris County Park Cleanup project. Edythe Ben-Israel (Malawi 68-70) and Lisa Nicolaison (Ghana 08-10) planting native wildflowers at Duke Farms.