Attendance is built on reservations only. We look ahead to seeing you there! Applications are now being taken for adoptive parents for African American infants. Applicants must reside in the following New Jersey counties: Mercer, Burlington, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Ocean. We save kids's lives and build healthy families.
|City||Toms River, NJ|
|Address||1433 Hooper Av # 340|
|Phone Number||(732) 557-9633|
From Our Website
We save children's lives and build healthy families. Founded in 1894, The Children's Home Society of New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that helps at-risk infants, children, youth, and families achieve their potential. We protect abused or neglected infants and children, strengthen families, and strive for stable, permanent, and loving homes. The Children's Home Society of New Jersey gives parents the knowledge they need to help their children and themselves long after our active services have ended.
We love working closely with our donors to identify donation opportunities that are a perfect match for you, your interests, and your availability! We welcome your new and exciting ideas and we are excited to help create a special and meaningful way for you or your group to make a difference in the lives of the at-risk babies, children and families we serve. Your spare change could mean the world to a baby in need. Just fill a CHSofNJ baby bottle with spare coins, extra cash, or even checks as an individual or as part of a larger group.
On behalf of myself, our CEO, and our Board of Trustees, I would like to personally thank you for your interest in volunteer opportunities within The Children's Home Society of New Jersey. Whether this is your first time or you're a long-time friend to our children and families, we are so thrilled to have you on board! We work hard to ensure that the at-risk babies, children and parents of our community receive the necessary resources and support to thrive, and your helping hands only increase our abilities!
Our Head Start/Early Head Start programs promote School Readiness for children in low-income families by providing comprehensive educational, health, nutritional, and social services. Parents play a large role in ourprograms both as primary educators and as participants in administering the program locally.