Hunterdon County Volunteer Fair

Due to the coronavirus, the event has been canceled.

Have you ever wondered how you can get involved in your community but have no idea what choices are available for volunteering? Have you wondered if there is anything you can do that would fit with your interests or talents, or the amount of time you are able to commit? Are there volunteer opportunities where you could include your teen?  Have you wished you could see options all in one place?

Now that will be possible! On Thursday, April 2 from 3-7pm (snow date is April 9), the Hunterdon County Volunteer Fair will be held at the Administration Building at 314 Route 12, Flemington. You will be able to explore over 20 organizations who rely on volunteers to carry out their mission. If you are handy with tools, love to drive, teach exercise classes for senior citizens, work with animals or distribute meals to the homebound we can help you find the right volunteering fit for you. Some of the participating organizations include: United Way, Meals on Wheels, Hunterdon County Mr. Fix It Program, Woodland Wildlife Refuge and America’s Grow A Row. If you are 18 years of age or older, we hope you will join us on April 2, 2020 to explore the many volunteer opportunities throughout the county.

Questions? Call (908) 788-1361 and ask for Volunteer Fair information.

Snow date is April 9.

Contact Information
  1. 908-788-1361
Thu, April 02
3:00 pm — 7:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/02/2020 3:00pm 04/02/2020 7:00pm America/New_York Hunterdon County Volunteer Fair

Due to the coronavirus, the event has been canceled.

Have you ever wondered how you can get involved in your community but have no idea what choices are available for volunteering? Have you wondered if there is anything you can do that would fit with your interests or talents, or the amount of time you are able to commit? Are there volunteer opportunities where you could include your teen? ...

314 Route 12 Flemington, NJ 08822

Hunterdon County Administration Building

314 Route 12
Flemington, NJ 08822

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