Volunteering Opportunities at the Arc
Volunteering for The Arc
The Arc of Atlantic County is a very diverse organization, and opportunities for volunteers are always available. Please review the informational materials below carefully to learn more about The Arc’s volunteer program and how you may be able to help improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities as an Arc volunteer.
As you will see, there are many activities that a volunteer can help with – every department uses volunteers, so whether you are interested in working in the office, helping out with maintenance or playing on the softball field, we can accommodate you!
Once you have reviewed the materials, please contact The Arc’s volunteer coordinator, Jennifer Rowles at 609-485-0800 ext. 137 or email firstname.lastname@example.org who will get you started on the journey to becoming an Arc volunteer!
- The Arc's Organizational Brochure - This will give you a general understanding of The Arc's programs and services and our role in the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families.
- Information for the New Volunteer - This explains the process of becoming an Arc volunteer.
- Volunteer Opportunity Menu - This provides you with an organized chart of volunteer opportunities available in each Arc program and a basic description of potential projects.
- A Sample of Our Recreation Newsletter - This will give you an idea of the types of activities we offer people with developmental disabilities.
Service projects for business groups, school groups, youth groups,
and civic groups make a difference in the lives of people with
developmental disabilities. Contact Jennifer Rowles at 609-485-0800
ext. 137 or email@example.com to set up a project.
Volunteer Service Projects at The Arc:
from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in Pomona came
out in support of The Arc of Atlantic County both on 'Make a Difference
Day' (January 16, 2007) and 'Day of Caring' (April 20, 2007),
helping to paint and brighten 9 of our residents' apartments.
We are grateful for the hard work of all of the students!
group of more than 15 Stockton students brightened the homes and lives of people we support by painting
the stairwells and apartments of The Arc's Pacific Apartments residents on 'Make a
January 16, 2007.
Tri-Sigma Sorority did a great job painting the apartment
of a woman who receives services through our Supported Living
program as part of the United Way's 'Day
of Caring', April 20, 2007.