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.
VOA to launch mobile units equipped to help those in crisis across South Jersey
VOADV will launch three mobile units at the end of March to deliver immediate help across South Jersey to those suffering from substance abuse, homelessness, domestic violence, mental health issues and other crises.
High school student, aspiring physician, collects donations for family shelter
Monica Thomas, may only be 16 years old but collected more than $1,000 worth of monetary donations and hygiene products and donated many of those goods to the Volunteers of America Anna Sample Complex, a family shelter in Camden, New Jersey.
What We Do
We provide essential services to our community’s most vulnerable individuals. Each year, we serve more than 13,000 individuals throughout central and southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia region, operating more than 40 high quality, outcome-driven assistance programs.
People provided with direct, immediate services annually.
High quality, outcome-driven assistance programs offered.
Families in our shelters are placed in permanent housing.
Families' holiday wishes fulfilled through Adopt-A-Family program.
Recidivism rate for clients served by Safe Return program.