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Galloway & Atlantic City Projects - 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ
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Volunteers are asked to attend Registration, Breakfast, Service Project Selection and Opening Ceremony starting at 8:00am in the Galloway Campus Center. Service projects requirning transportation will leave at the end of our opening program, approximatly 9:30am. All projects conclude by 3:00pm
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Service Project Title & Host OrganizationLocation of Service ProjectReserved for Group?# Volunteers Requested by OrganizationService Project Description
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Off-campus Service Projects. Free Transportation available for Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff & Alumni when noted.
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AKA Sorority, Inc. Theta Kappa Omega Chapter Presents a “POP UP” Soup and Sandwich Kitchenoff-campus (outside)Reserved for AKA SororityAll AKA are WelcomeFREE “POP UP” Soup and Sandwich Kitchen
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Alumni Service Project at the South Jersey Horse Rescueoff-campus (outside)Pre-Registration Required via Stockton Alumni Affairs Office50We need raking, cleaning, digging, yard work, branch clipping, digging. and hauling. Note to Volunteers: Many tasks outdoors and require hands-on tasks. Volunteers should dress for weather, wear gloves and boots.
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Anti-Drug, Stigma Reduction and Beautification Projects with Join Together Atlantic Countyoff-campus (inside & outside)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni15Our plan is to have volunteers come to our office and briefly learn about our organization, prevention, and stigma. We will then have students either label Deterra bags or rake leaves. In the afternoon we would like to visit our other facility to do some painting that we need to get done. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Beach Clean-up in AC with Surf Rider Foundation (outdoor)off-campus (outside)Open To Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni

100Volunteers will participate in a beach sweep and clean-up on the Atlantic City Beach starting at S. North Carolina Ave & the Boardwalk. NOTE: DRESS WARM! Bring a re-usable water bottle for water and hot chocolate. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Free shuttle provided for Stockton students, faculty, staff and alumni from Galloway to AC. Free Parking @ the Resorts Surface Lot for those who transport themselves.
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Community Canvassing & Clothing Distribution with Eastern Service Workersoff-campus (inside & outside)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni25This organization has 2 separate projects. Project #1 Community Canvassing: Volunteers will walk through the Atlantic City community publicizing the clothing distribution. ESWA is looking for socially minded people looking to make long term change. Project #2 Winter Clothing Distribution: Clothing distribution in A.C. Volunteers will sort and then run distribution for families in attendance. All projects organized at Our Lady Star of The Sea, 2651 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Kids Cooking Kits with the United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jerseyoff-campus (indoors)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni50Assemble 750 Kids Cooking Kits. Volunteers will pack items including Kids Recipes & Cooking Kits, DIY Aprons and Healthy Eating Journals for students receiving food assistance from our partner providers. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Kids Workshop at New Day Family Successoff-campus (indoors)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni5Volunteers will be creating art projects & vision boards with community children based on MLK's "I Have A Dream Speech" Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Lunch Service and Warehouse Organization at the Atlantic City Rescue Missionoff-campus (indoor)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni20Volunteers will assist with a variety of tasks around the mission including: serving lunch, painting, cleaning, organizing and donation sorting. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Office Organization & Clean-up with Family Service Association of EHT English Creekoff-campusOpen To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni5EHT Corporate Office: Cleaning, organizing & purging documents in the archive file room. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Organizing & Cleaning at Gilda's Cluboff-campus (indoors)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni8Reorganizing and clearing office space. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Painting and Beautification Projects with HEAAToff-campus (indoor)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni7Help the HEAAT organiztion paint and update their main building in AC. HEAAT is an organization helping individuals transition out of human trafficking. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Painting Project at Our Lady's Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcareoff-campus (indoors)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni8Painting and beautificaiton projects in the senior center. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Pet-Food Pantry Organization with Kibble Cupboardoff-campus (inside & outside)Open To Stockton Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni8Kibble Cupboard is an organization that collects and distributes pet food to local families. This project will organize their food pantry storage unit in Egg Harbor Township. NOTE: Dress Warm, this project will primarily be outside. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Reemah London's 4th Annual Hat, Glove and Hot Tea Driveon & off-campus (inside & outside)Reserved for AKA Sororoty AlumnaeAKA AlumnaeSandwich making on campus in Galloway, and then distribution in AC (Browns Park). Additional hot tea and gloves will be provided to people in the park. Transportation for Alumni will be provided.
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Galloway & Atlantic City Projects - 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ
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Service Project Title & Host OrganizationLocation of Service ProjectReserved for Group?# Volunteers Requested by OrganizationService Project Description
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ON-Campus Service Projects. These projects are available to all volunteers, unless noted.
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"A Day in the Life" hosted by Stockton F.E.M.A.L.E.S. on-campusGalloway Twp Middle School Dance Team10An empowerment workshop to build teamwork through fun, and interactive activities
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Book Donation Sorting & Organization with Books without Borderson-campus (inside & outside)Open To All 30Students will assist Books Without Borders with transporting boxes from our campus storage units into temporary containers brought to campus by a designated shipping company. This temporary container will be on campus for a maximum of 6 hours. From there, it will be sealed and then shipped overseas. NOTE: Dress Warm, project may be outside
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Community Food, Baby Formula, Diaper & Wipe Drive by The Stockton Center for Community Engagementon-campus (inside & outside)Open to All20This drive for non-perishable food and baby items will benefit local organizations - the New Day Family Success Center and the Cuddle Me Program, both in Galloway, NJ
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Craft Projects for Mental Health Awareness with ActiveMindson-campusOpen To All30At the service project we plan on creating ribbons and buttons for disordered eating awareness, as well as, painting rocks to continue beautifying our college campus.
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Craftivism for a Cause "Stitch & B*tch" with the Women's, Gender & Sexuality Centeron-campusOpen to All 30This service project will give students the opportunity to make mittens for the local homeless shelter. Students will also be given the opportunity to make felt pins for the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Center.
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Creative Writing Workshop for Mental Healthon-campus Open To All 30Learn to use creative writing to break the stigma of mental health. Volunteers will be given the opportunity to express and present themselves through writing and media.
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Hands-only CPR Certification with Stockton EMSon-campusOpen To All 15/per sessionTraining Stockton students, staff, faculty, and community members in CPR to prepare for an emergency event.The goal is to create a high likelihood that a bystander will have the knowledge of how to perform CPR in the event of an emergency. This skill is offered as an added bonus to a volunteers experience. This certification only take 30 minutes to complete, and can be complimentary to your primary service project.
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Leadership and Food Justice Training with The Boys and Girl Clubon-campusReserved for ACBG10Stockton Students working with the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City will be workshopping leadership skills, education and advocacy around food justice
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Necessity Bags & Outreach Tools with HEAATon-campusOpen To All7Assembling small bags of personal needs items and assembling outreach tools used during outreach efforts to be performed by the HEAAT Outreach Team. HEAAT is an organization helping individuals transition out of human trafficking. Transportation for Stockton Students/Faculty/Staff/Alumni provided.
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Pop-Up Theatre with the Activist in Residenceon-campus Reserved for Pre-selected Performers5Performers will pop-up through different service projects to showcase MLK, Fannie Lou Hamer and other civil right leaders speeches.
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Ribbon Making for Hammonton Cancer Foundation with Rotaract Club on-campus Open To All15Making ribbons for the Hammonton Cancer Foundation and Child Abuse Prevention, Making In Honor of and In Memory Cards for the Hammonton Cancer Foundation, making posters for Child Abuse Prevention Month, for the Hammonton Cancer Foundation Helping for Our Neighbors walk and our Hammonton Cancer Foundation "Dance for a Chance" event.
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Service Projects with Circle Kon-campus (indoors) 50 seats reserved for Stockton Students, 50 seats reserved for non-Stockton volunteers100Volunteers will assist with making PB & J sandwiches for ACRM, flashcards for the Salvation Army, cards for Cards for Hospitalized kids, craft kits for St. Jude's Happy Cart, paracord bracelets for Operation Gratitude, Valentine's Day wreaths for Spring Village, dog toys, coloring books for Caitlin's Smiles/ Ronald McDonald House and Step UP training.
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Stockton Community Garden Projecton-campus (indoor & outdoor)Open To All25Starting the day of with a presentation about why a garden is important, what we can do in it, and how it benefits our community we will then give them a tour of our garden. After, we have three part art projects that we have created to benefit our garden and another one in Atlantic City. To close off the day the garden club will stress the importance of sustainability and teach volunteers to make plants to take home, made out of reusable products.
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Tax Preparer Training Class for VITA Programon-campusOpen To All 30Volunteers will be trained to prepare Federal and State Income Taxes. These tax preparers will then have the opportunity to volunteer during tax season 2017. Note to Volunteers: Previous experience is not required. Visit www.stockton.edu/vita for more information
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Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum - 120 W. Main Street, Tuckerton, NJ
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Volunteers are asked to attend Registration, Breakfast, Service Project Selection and Opening Ceremony starting at 8:00am in the Tuckerton Seaport Historic Lighthouse. Service projects will begin at the end of our opening program, approximatly 9:30am. All projects conclude no later than 3:00pm.
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Service Project Title & Host OrganizationLocation of Service ProjectReserved for Group?# Volunteers Requested by OrganizationService Project Description
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Garden Clean-up Near Playground (outside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All4Our spring clean-up involves numerous aspects such as: Clearing away leaves, branches, and clutter; Hauling away and composting debris; Mowing the grass; Re-edging and cleaning garden and flower beds; Redefining the borders of the lawn; Re-seed damaged areas of the lawn; Pruning and trimming trees. Some indoor projects include organization, beautification, archiving, inventory and storage.
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Garden Clean-up Near Captain's House (outside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All4
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Organization of Captain's House (inside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All10
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Lighthouse Painting (inside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All4
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Archive Compiling Project (inside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All6
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Storage of Christmas Decorations (inside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All6
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Historic Building Clean-up (inside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All7
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School Tour ProgramAt Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All6
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Power Wash Boardwalk and Dock Areas (outside)At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All7
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Clean-up of Animal Enclosure At Tuckerton SeaportOpen To All4
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Hammonton Projects - Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ
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Volunteers are asked to attend Registration, Breakfast, Service Project Selection and Opening Ceremony starting at 8:00am in the Kramer Hall Building. Service projects requirning transportation will leave at the end of our opening program, approximatly 9:30am. All projects conclude no later than 3:00pm
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Service Project Title & Host OrganizationLocation of Service ProjectReserved for Group?# Volunteers Requested by OrganizationService Project Description
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Allies In Caring, Inc.off-campus within walking distanceOpen to All10 to 15Building renovation: Painting walls, installing ceiling tiles, removing floors.
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Galloway Twp. AmbulanceIn Kramer HallOpen to All12 to 16Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a Heartsaver CPR AED course completion e-card, valid for two years.
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Hammonton Center for Rehabilitation and HealthcareIn Kramer HallOpen to All20 to 25Volunteers will make valentine cards for the residents at the local nursing home.
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Stockton University Noyes Museum of Art off-campus within walking distanceOpen to All5 to 10Volunteers will assist with the Noyes Museum of Art Inventory Organization
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Woodbine Project - Sam Azeez Museum, 610 Washington Ave, Woodbine
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Volunteers are asked to attend Registration, Breakfast, and Opening Ceremony starting at 8:00am in the Sam Azeez Museum. Service projects will begin at the end of our opening program, approximatly 9:30am. All projects conclude no later than 3:00pm.
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Service Project Title & Host OrganizationLocation of Service ProjectReserved for Group?# Volunteers Requested by OrganizationService Project Description
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AARP Greeting Cards for Senior CitizensIn Sam Azeez MuseumOpen to AllOpen to AllVolunteers will participate in the creation of valentine's day greeting cards for senior citizens.
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