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Donate Today & Multiply Your Impact: The Matching Challenge is On!

Multiply Your Impact color 1Your tax-deductible donation to VolunteerConnect is a year-round investment in helping Central New Jersey nonprofits survive and thrive. You can make a difference in our communities; together, we can do more!

If you’ll rise to the challenge and donate today, our board of trustees will match your contribution! That’s how much we believe in the value of VolunteerConnect!

Local nonprofit organizations count on us to connect them with skilled volunteers and effective board trustees who multiply their impact. It’s hard to imagine our communities without the services offered by these essential organizations.

Some provide relief to families living on the streets; some fulfill wishes of foster children. Others connect rescued animals with loving owners, promote the arts, or empower disadvantaged women to find work and support their families. Nonprofits provide services without which our communities would be devastated.

Yet, only 1 in 10 nonprofit organizations has the resources they need to serve our communities. By donating to VolunteerConnect, you can change this. We help nonprofits of all kinds to maximize their ability to support the needs of thousands of local individuals and families.

We’re invested in the critically important work of supporting all nonprofits through the creative, efficient and impactful power of skilled volunteers. Will you join us?



Celebrating Pro Bono Week: October 25-31!

VolunteerConnect is joining with Taproot Foundation and partners worldwide in celebrating Pro Bono Week from October 25-31! As part of a global movement, VolunteerConnect is advancing the pro bono ethic in central New Jersey by connecting highly skilled professionals with nonprofits that can thrive with their support. During Pro Bono Week, we want the whole community… Continue Reading

3rd Annual Impact Awards Coming October 1… Register Today!

REGISTER HERE! Each year, VolunteerConnect honors an individual, corporation, and nonprofit for their commitment to volunteerism. Our third Annual Impact Awards and Cocktail Reception, The Story of Volunteering, will be held on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 6:30 – 8:30pm at Labyrinth Books in Princeton. Tickets for this event are now available for $75 each. In our ongoing effort… Continue Reading

VolunteerConnect is Hiring!

VolunteerConnect is hiring for a part-time program manager.  If you’re skilled in communications, program development or human resources and are tech friendly and interested in a nonprofit career, contact the office today! Click HERE to see the job description details.  Join our team as we continue to expand our services to better support the needs… Continue Reading

VolunteerConnect Secures Funding From Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Princeton, NJ (November 21, 2013) – VolunteerConnect, the region’s only skills-based volunteer organization supporting local nonprofits, today announced it has received new funding for two mission-critical programs. VolunteerConnect’s mission is to expand the reach, impact and capacity of community organizations through effective volunteerism, thereby enriching the lives of Central New Jersey residents. The two new… Continue Reading

VolunteerConnect Focus of Mercer County Community College Class Project

Princeton, NJ (May 14, 2013)  A panel from VolunteerConnect, Central New Jersey’s volunteer center, judged proposals for advertising campaigns this week from four competing student teams at Mercer County Community College.  The students’ proposals aimed at helping VolunteerConnect promote skills-based volunteering; a form of volunteering that applies volunteers’ professional skills to help nonprofit organizations advance… Continue Reading

Celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week

In recognition of National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 21-27th), I would like to encourage readers to celebrate the extraordinary people who donate their time to improve our communities or simply help friends or neighbors. I urge everyone to take a moment to recognize volunteers by writing thank-you notes, sending flowers, taking them to lunch or… Continue Reading