Local Volunteer Opportunities Page - The Monmouth Moms
Freehold Township Heritage Society

Freehold Township Heritage Society is looking for volunteers to help at their historic sites. Looking for students or adults age 14 and up. Anyone interested in more information please email: [email protected]

Volunteer at The Monmouth Moms' 2024 Spring Festival

Volunteers are needed for TMM 2024 Spring Festival on May 4th at Bell Works in Holmdel from 11am-3pm

Great opportunity for students who need volunteer hours!

Volunteers will:

  • Manage lines outside in the Touch-a-Truck Zone
  • Manage lines for the character station
  • Manage registration table
  • help guide attendees to kidz zone
  • help communicate information to guests

Please email [email protected] to sign up!

JBJ Soul Kitchen of Red Bank

JBJ Soul Kitchen is looking for student volunteers ages 15 and up to help serve meals at the kitchen. Please see this link to the steps required to volunteer here!

No Limits Cafe of Red Bank

No Limits Cafe is looking for volunteers aged 18 & up. Please see more information on this amazing opportunity by clicking here!

Monmouth County Park System Volunteer Opportunities

Please check out this Volunteer link for many different opportunities at the Monmouth County Park System (select Current Opportunities to view calendar)

The RAINE Foundation

Since its beginnings, RAINE has positively impacted the the Bayshore Community –  by providing food, clothing, assistance during the holidays, and various other necessities for families in crisis. The RAINE Foundation holds various events throughout the year for which they need volunteers. Click here to find out what they have coming up and how you can get involved!

Fulfill of Monmouth & Ocean

Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to make sure that all people at all times have access to enough nutritious food to maintain an active and healthy life. Fulfill is currently feeding over 215,000 Monmouth & Ocean County residents – 70,000 of which are children. They have volunteer opportunities for those 13 & up. Click here to see how you can help in the fight against hunger!

Lunch Break of Red Bank
Lunch Break has a variety of ways for your family to volunteer and give back to our community! Currently, we are looking to our generous neighbors to Sponsor a Family for the Holidays by donating Holiday Meal Bags as well as Holiday Toy Drive donations.

Whether you’re eager to lend a hand or need to rack up some community service hours, we’ve got you covered. We’ll make sure to credit you for all the time and effort you put in.

We are happy to help students achieve service hours credit for school, National Honor Society, or other programs such as Scouting. For regular food drives, we award one service hour for each 25 pounds of food. Additional hours can be achieved for creating a flyer, making a presentation, or pre-sorting the food before delivery. For Holiday Meal Bags, we award one service hour for each Holiday Meal Bag delivered.

Before you get started, make sure to reach out to Millie Jeter at (732) 747-8577 ext. 3102 or send her an email at mjeter@lunchbreak.org for more details. We can’t wait to work together!

At Lunch Break, our passionate volunteers are the lifeblood of our mission. We’re always on the lookout for extra hands to help us make a difference, and there are plenty of ways to get involved. To learn more and to register to volunteer, visit: LunchBreak.Org or reach out to Angela Jackson, our Volunteer Coordinator, ajackson@lunchbreak.org

180 Turning Lives Around

180 Turning Lives Around provides survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families with free and confidential programs and resources to process and heal from their experiences. Volunteers are very important to 180 and contribute thousands of hours of time every year. Please find out how you can help at this link!

Liv Like a Unicorn

Liv Like a Unicorn is committed to raising funding for vital research for pediatric brain and spinal cord tumors. We hope to raise awareness while striving to #bethegood by supporting families and children dealing with the devastating diagnosis of a pediatric brain tumor.

Looking for an opportunity to get involved in your local community and help put smiles on the faces of children and families in need? Liv Like A Unicorn relies on our network of volunteers to deliver and collect toys, clothing, food, and other such items that are donated to the families we support. If you’d like to volunteer, please click here to download a Volunteer Application!

Pinwheel Place

Pinwheel Place is a crisis nursery which provides emergency childcare as well as basic needs for families who are struggling in our community. They are currently seeking help with office work, outreach and fundraising. If you would like to see what you can do to help children and families in your community, click here!

Pinwheel Place

Pinwheel Place is a crisis nursery which provides emergency childcare as well as basic needs for families who are struggling in our community. They are currently seeking help with office work, outreach and fundraising. If you would like to see what you can do to help children and families in your community, click here!

Local Diaper Drive

Volunteer, host, or donate to the local diaper drive program through Child Care Resources. Learn more here!

Volunteer Opportunities with Middletown Township

Looking for community service hours, something fun to do, or a chance to meet new people?  Why not volunteer for Middletown Township?

This list is ever changing so please check back frequently to see what other volunteer opportunities are available!

If the title below is a link, please follow it to our Sign Up Genius webpage to see what specific help is needed.

  • Middletown Day
  • Open Recreation
  • Special Events
    • Preschool Information Fair
    • Mother-Son Mini Golf Tournament
    • March Madness Skills Challenge
    • Easter EGGstravaganza
    • Halloween Hullabaloo
    • Mayor’s 5K Challenge
    • Turkey Soccer Shoot Out
    • Santa Ferry Ride
    • Christmas Tree Lighting
    • Annual Dodgeball Tournament
  • Weeding and gardening at Poricy Park or the Tonya Keller Community Center
  • Working with members of our Senior Center

For more information about volunteering, send an email to:  [email protected]

All volunteers are required to fill out a volunteer form each calendar year.


CASA for Children of Monmouth County
CASA of Monmouth County recognizes the problem of child abuse and neglect and is committed to helping its victims; the children living in our communities. Child abuse hurts children physically, mentally, and emotionally at an immeasurable loss to society. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Monmouth County recruits, trains, supports, and supervises community volunteers that advocate for children who have been removed from their home due to neglect or abuse.
CASA volunteers ensure children’s best interests remain the priority while working toward establishing a safe, stable, and permanent home for each child served. Volunteers improve the quality of information presented to the Court by serving as an independent set of eyes and ears for the Judge. CASA is actively recruiting program volunteers to join our upcoming training course. If you would like more information, please call our office at 732-460-9100. You may also visit our website: www.casaofmonmouth.org to submit an application online.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Volunteer Opportunity

The New Jersey Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is looking for volunteers to assist with community outreach, fundraising, day of event support, education/program services, public policy, and much more. Learn more about AFSP’S mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide at afsp.org/newjersey

If interested in volunteering with the NJ Chapter please complete the volunteer application https://afsp.wufoo.com/forms/volunteer-application-new-jersey/

To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, please contact Beth Stapleton, Volunteer Coordinator, by phone at 908-798-1701 or email at [email protected] .

Blessing Bag Brigade

The Blessing Bag Brigade NJ is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to showing compassion and humanitarianism towards those in need.  Committed to aiding the homeless and educating the public.

Check out how to get involved with The Blessing Bag Brigade here!

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