• Adopt a Family 2016

    Give joy to a family in need this holiday season.

    Give Joy
  • Serving Our Veterans

    Fighting For Those Who Fought For Us

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  • Red Carpet Gala 2017

    Join us for a prestigious formal affair, benefiting those we serve.

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Mission

Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self-fulfilled, independent lives.

News and Events

  • Our Song

    Heart That I Call Home was composed by local singer/songwriter Tim McGlone for Volunteers of America Delaware Valley. His inspiration for the song was the people we have the privilege of serving; those most in need in our area. It was premiered live at the Red Carpet Gala on February 22nd 2015.

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    Get To Know Who You're Helping: The Williamson Family

    A few years ago, Benjamin and Kelly Williamson were living a relatively comfortable life in West Deptford, NJ with their four children. It wasn't until Benjamin had to resign from his job at a refinery, that their life would be turned upside down.

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    Agape Means Love: Revitalizing Somerset County’s Agape House

    The Leadership Somerset Class of 2016 is striving to make a lasting impact on family and individual success through facility improvements and programming implementation at the Agape House, located at 122-128 E. Main Street, Somerville, NJ. This facility, comprised of 60 beds, works to care for Somerset County’s homeless families and individuals. Necessities such as life skills, employment counseling, 24-hour staff support, clothing, child enrichment, and transportation are available for those in need.

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  • 13,000

    people helped annually

  • 100,000

    dollars raised for our veterans services

  • 600

    families adopted through our Adopt a Family campaign

  • 55

    percent of families in our shelters are placed in permanent housing

  • 44

    programs designed to help those struggling with homelessness, intellectual disabilities and addiction