Volunteer Opportunities

Arc of Monmouth


Monmouth County Republican Committee


Jersey Shore Walk to End Cancer - October 7th


United Methodist Church of Red Bank - Vacation Bible School


Rally Cap Sports


St. Luke's Community Dinners


Special Olympics Swim Team


Asian Youth Ministries


Red Bank Primary School Tutoring/Mentoring

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The Parker Center

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Ican Bike! Program

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RBC Science Department

Since 1993, Red Bank Catholic has been maintaining and monitoring a Nest box trail at Dorbrook Park in Colts Neck. All data collected is entered into a National database at Cornell University. In recent years, the RBC engineering students has designed and built the bird houses which through the spring and summer allow cavity nesting birds like Bluebirds, tree swallows and house wrens.

Once a year student, faculty and alumni volunteers  gather at the trail to overhaul the existing houses, replace those beyond repair and prepare for the migration of these birds.


Special Olympics - Swimming

My name is Karen Shearly and I am the coach of the SONJ Torpedos.  We are a Special Olympics swim team that practices at the RWJ Fitness and Wellness Center in Gateway Plaza in Old Bridge (off of Ernston Road).   I currently have 21 swimmers.  We practice weekly on Sundays from 5pm – 6pm and compete in 3 swim meets during the season, which runs from January 6, 2019 to June 9, 2019.

I am currently looking for volunteers to help with the practices and the swim meets.  The only requirements is that the students have to be 15+ years old, be able to swim and have the ability to work with Autistic and Down Syndrome athletes.  All of my athletes are decent swimmers and none have behavioral problems.   The rewards for both the athletes and the volunteers are numerous.

I am asking if you can get the word out to your students to see if anyone would be interested.  You can have them contact me directly at 732-925-7715 or via email, kswim61@optonline.net.

If you need more information, please feel free to give me a call.

Karen M. Shearly


United Methodist Communities

United Methodist Communities is located at 9 Wall Street, Red Bank  would like to continue to bridge the gap between our senior and younger generations.  Our seniors here at the Wesleyan always enjoy youth of all ages coming in to perform or present to them.    Music is always appreciated,  it could be singing, the playing of instruments, a short skit from a play, etc.   We also are always open to ideas that you may suggest.    The students can volunteer on their own if they would like and get community service.   I am hoping we can set something up with RBC for the upcoming holiday season and set aside a date on our calendar for RBC.  Looking forward to working with you and bridging the gap, as our seniors would enjoy this extremely.


RallyCap Sports

At RallyCap Sports we believe people with special needs should be able to play sports, just like everyone else. We provide recreational sports specifically designed for children and young adults with special needs.

Our program runs year-round, with multiple sports in every season. We are always in need of volunteers who can come match up one-on-one with our participants. Each sport season is typically between 6-8 weeks long, one hour once a week (typically weekends). You would match up one-on-one with a participant with special needs and become their “RallyPal” for the season. We do volunteer training to help ensure everyone feels comfortable before their first time volunteering. We, of course, validate community service hours. 

RallyCap is all about making new friends, learning how to be healthy, and having fun! Come match up with a young person with special needs and have a blast – it will be rewarding and you will leave with a smile on your face!

Contact Jessica for more information: 732-391-2282 or cnj@rallycapsports.org



Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a North American non-profit program that works to encourage pre-teen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games, culminating in a celebratory 5k run. They are looking for volunteers for both the Fair Haven Race on June 3 and the Somerville Race on June 10.  We ask that if you are running or attending the race or would just like to help us out on race day, you BRING A BUDDY to volunteer too! It will be an experience you will never forget as our girls cross that finish line!

Contact Lynn.Sherman@girlsontherun.org for the Somerville race on June 10th and donna.york@girlsontherun.org for the Fair Haven race on June 3rd.

Parker Family Health Clinic
The Parker Family Health Clinic, located on Shrewsbury  Avenue in Red Bank, is a free health care facility, where Monmouth County residents who do not have medical insurance or the ability to pay for medical care can be treated. With the support of the medical community and the community at large, the Parker Family Center assists those who are making a sincere effort to help themselves and their families realize optimum health.

The clinic appreciates volunteer help from the local community. Volunteer your office skills such as filing, organizing and more! Help with the behind-the-scenes work that keeps Parker in the business of helping others. For more information, please contact them at info@parkerfamilyhealthcenter.org! The patient population is largely Spanish and the clinic is looking for Volunteer Spanish Interpreters. If you are fluent in English and Spanish and have time to donate to the Parker Family Health Center, they would love to hear from you.

If you are interested in volunteering and would like additional details, please contact Mary Nicosia, Parker Family Health Center Director / Clinic Co-ordinator, at 732-212-0777.

Red Bank Primary School Homework Club
The Homework Club is an after school tutoring program for 2nd and 3rd graders staffed completely by high school volunteers. The sessions are Mondays at the Red Bank Primary School at 3:15 and finish up about 4:15.  Primary School students who join Homework Club are selected by their teachers and are generally the ones that not only need help with school work, but need a role model in their young lives. No tutoring experience is needed and there are only a few easy to follow guidelines. It is a fun and truly rewarding experience for all volunteers and the students form an immediate bond with the volunteers, resulting in a desire to do better in school. Volunteers feel a sense of accomplishment for making a positive difference in a child's life.  Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Mrs. Caroline Dwyer at: dwyerc@rbb.k12.nj.us or (732) 977-5622

Grace Healthcare Memory Books
Grace Healthcare is a hospice agency servicing the terminally ill and patients with Alzheimer's or Dementia. They are looking for volunteers to help create Memory Books to help patients and stimulate their memories by showing them familiar things from their long term past.  Click HERE for more information about the project.

Camp Oakhurst Volunteer Program
Camp Oakhurst is a local non-profit that provides year-round services for children and adults with special needs, including autism and physical and intellectual disabilities, while providing respite for their families. (Click HERE to learn more.) Camp Oakhurst is looking for dedicated and compassionate high school students to assist in facility projects, such as painting and power-washing, and/or assist their clients in recreational programs, such as crafting and games. If you are good with people, kind, and caring, then volunteering at Camp Oakhurst is the right fit for you!

Click HERE for complete information.  
Click HERE for the application.
Click HERE for the volunteer schedule. 

Little Silver Student Volunteer Snow Shovelers
This organization is seeking students who live in Little Silver to join them in volunteering shovel for seniors/disabled residents of Little Silver. Anyone interested should contact Eileen Kubaitise at kubaitise@gmail.com or 732-747-01015.  Each student will receive volunteer hours and be recognized by the Little Silver Boro Council and the Mayor in the spring.

Mental Health Association - Free Trauma Sensitive Yoga 
The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County is looking for a volunteer to assist with registration for their Free Trauma Sensitive Yoga classes.  

Wednesdays 3:45 - 7:00pm
Sandy Wellness and Trauma Center
103 Dr. James Parker Blvd.
Red Bank

Contact: Nancy Tighe (Coordinator, Clinician) at:  ntighe@mentalhealthmonmouth.org or call 732-383-5135   

St. Anthony's Parish, Red Bank - Food Pantry
Volunteers needed to help with distribution of food from pantry-overseeing children while families shop. Call 732-747-0813 x10 for information.

Holiday Express
Located in Tinton Falls, this organization brings holiday cheer to those less fortunate. They need help in their warehouse year round. Call 732-544-8010

Move For Hunger
Feeds those in need. Many volunteer opportunities.  Go to www.MoveForHunger.org for more information.

Best Day Foundation 
Go to: https://bestdayfoundation.org/  for information. 

Survival Quilts
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church-150 River Rd. Red Bank
Every other Thursday evening 7pm-9pm to make quilts for Lutheran World Relief that are donated around the world.
Call Anne Bakalian at 732-740-1125. 

Riverview/Monmouth Medical/Jersey Shore/Bayshore/Freehold Hospitals
Many volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Must commit to a minimum of 50 hours.

Soul Kitchen
Located in Red Bank. Volunteers needed throughout the year. Call 732-842-0900 or go to jbjsoulkitchen.org for more information.

Special Olympics
Go to http://monmouth.sonj.org or call Program Director Jeri Hickey at: director-area06@sonj.org or (908)300-6095 for more information.