Tiwanda is source of positivity to the residents, who look to her for support in different ways
Tiwanda Randolph wears many hats: proud mother, trusted friend, Blackwood-native, hard worker and trusted VOADV employee.
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Opens First Program in South Jersey for Homeless Individuals and Families Recuperating from COVID-19
Providing supporting house for those fighting COVID-19
Continuing to safeguard our communities’ most vulnerable populations, VOADV recently partnered with Camden County to institute a new program for individuals experiencing homelessness that test positive for COVID-19 to isolate and recover, while providing critical managed and monitored care.
Continuing the long tradition of providing quality and affordable housing to families across the region
Despite the impacts of COVID-19, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley’s affordable and workforce housing programs are seeing much progress. Certain housing projects are being completed, allowing individuals and families to secure safe housing during these uncertain times.
VOADV staff are engaged in various efforts at each of our programs to ensure no one goes hungry
It is during times of crisis that VOADV’s seniors, veterans, and those experiencing homelessness rely on us the most for quality care and essential services. To ensure no individual goes hungry during the COVID-19 crisis, VOADV is relying on the generosity of local food banks, partner organizations, law enforcement agencies and others in the community to gather and distribute meals to those in need.
Ensuring Continued Care & Safety for our Communities’ Most Vulnerable Individuals
VOADV continues to implement new protocols and procedures to ensure minimal impact to operations and services while taking every measure to ensure the well-being of staff and clients.
One VOADV Employee Goes Beyond the Call of Duty to Raise $1,400 For Her Clients
One case manager built local community support through social media networks in order to raise money and provide food to those served by VOADV during this challenging time.
Young Friends Sew COVID-19 Protective Masks for VOADV Clients & Frontline Workers
Meet Nora Miller and Kaylee Teesdale– these two fifth grade students are best friends looking to stay connected and make a real difference during the COVID-19 crisis. Nora and Kaylee have enlisted the help of their fellow classmates in making hand-sewn protective facemasks for our clients and essential frontline workers.
COVID-19 Presents Unique Challenges for Vulnerable Populations
We need your help! Donations are now accepted through "drive-up" drop off system every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at our Collingswood office – 235 White Horse Pike, West Collingswood