RAFTS Inc. is a non-profit, non-clinical, peer-based recovery community organization providing support and resources to individuals and families impacted by substance use and related disorders. We do this by providing in-house meetings and transitioning to outside meetings, family education, peer recovery coaching, telephone recovery support and sober living assistance. We conduct training programs for peers using the latest evidence-based curriculums and various community events. Through these efforts, RAFTS aims to raise awareness, reduce stigma and promote long term recovery.
We work with each organization to identify their needs, recruit teams of volunteers and manage projects where volunteers can make meaningful contributions; then recruit and deploy teams of volunteers to help. Your nonprofit can benefit from Jersey Cares in the following ways:
As a leader in volunteerism in New Jersey, Jersey Cares increases the level of meaningful volunteer engagement by creating and managing efficient, impactful projects that address critical community-identified needs.
Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) works with local, state and federal leaders to identify and implement changes that will benefit New Jersey’s children.
Our work results in better laws and policies, more effective funding and stronger services for children and families. This means more children are given the chance to grow up safe, healthy and educated.
A cornerstone of ACNJ’s success is its independence. We are strictly non-partisan and accept no government funding for advocacy, freeing us to focus on our sole mission – helping children.
To identify children’s needs through research, policy and legal analysis, to raise awareness of those needs through strategic communications, and to work with elected officials and other decision-makers to enact effective responses.
Investments in our children reap results. Not for just one child, but for thousands of children across New Jersey. Changes in public policy can mean the difference between growing up healthy and strong or facing a lifelong struggle to survive. What is public policy?
ACNJ’s goal is to help all children grow up safe, healthy and educated so they can become productive adults, contributing to New Jersey’s communities, securing our future and making the state a better place to live.
Casa Freehold’s mission is to lay a foundation for empowerment so that immigrants can learn how to address their needs and assist others as they integrate into the community.
Casa Freehold Job Center ensures that hired day laborers get fair wages and good working conditions.
We offer classes in ESL, OSHA health and safety, computer knowledge, etc.
We also address issues such as health care, housing, and immigrants rights.
For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call Rita Dentino at 732-409-3111 or 732-492-1852.
Casa Freehold Job Center connects small businesses and homeowners with skilled day laborers for a variety of services, ensuring fair wages and good working conditions. Our workers are comprised of hard working men and women who are dedicated both to supporting their families and to being active contributors to life in our community.
Our available amenities and services include restrooms, drinking water, places to sit, telephones, classrooms, outreach to employers and parking facilities. The hiring process is easy, convenient, and dignified. We do NOT charge an agency fee.
For employers, we organize and normalize the hiring of day laborers, monitor worker quality, and provide opportunities for worker incorporation into the mainstream economy through employment assistance and, sometimes, skills training.
For day laborers, we monitor the actions of employers, increase the transparency of the hiring process, and provide an institutional foundation for holding employers accountable for workplace abuses.
St. Mark’s Center for Community Renewal offers outreach to our neighbors and community in Keansburg and the surrounding Bayshore area. An outreach ministry of Saint Mark’s Church, the Community Center serves almost 3,500 meals monthly and 4,000 individuals are served yearly by our Food Pantry.
Here’s are some of our services:
* A hot breakfast is served Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. On Sundays, the Center opens at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is served at noon.
* A lunch is served daily from noon to 1:00 p.m. Take-outs are not offered.
Every Day 9AM-1PM