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    OUR NEWEST COMMUNITY FOR WORKING FAMILIES AND VETERANS

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    VOA and Pine Hill Police Unveil New Collaborative Community Partnership

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    Camden County native commits to helping homeless veterans in South Jersey

    Doug Catts, a U.S. Navy veteran and member of American Legion Post 262 saw an opportunity to help fellow veterans. Mr. Catts walked almost 40 miles, from Trenton to his American Legion post in Audubon, to raise money for the Home For the Brave including collecting and donating clothing for veterans.

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    Single mom overcame homelessness, domestic violence. Then coronavirus forced her to quit the job she loved.

    “Women like Ms. Kendrick are enduring even more in the face of this global health crisis,” says Kathy White, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley’s COO. “They are the cornerstone of their families, tasked with balancing being both caregiver and breadwinner."

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    NJ SHARES & VOADV Expand SMART Program, Providing Rent & Mortgage Assistance

    Volunteers of America Delaware Valley and New Jersey SHARES Inc. are expanding their partnership by making their SHARES Mortgage Assistance Rent or Taxes (SMART) Program available to both Camden County and Atlantic County residents in need. The program provides support to individuals that are facing eviction or foreclosure.

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We need your help! Donations are now accepted through "contact-free" drop off every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at our Collingswood office – 235 White Horse Pike, West Collingswood

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What We Do

We provide essential services to our community’s most vulnerable individuals. Each year, we serve more than 13,000 individuals throughout southern New Jersey and Philadelphia region, operating more than 40 high quality, outcome-driven assistance programs.

  • 13,000

    People provided with direct, immediate services annually.

  • 44

    High quality, outcome-driven assistance programs offered.

  • 55%

    Families in our shelters are placed in permanent housing.

  • 950

    Families' holiday wishes fulfilled through Adopt-A-Family program.

  • 10%

    Recidivism rate for clients served by Safe Return program.