From the community leaders who volunteer to serve as the on the YWCA Princeton Board of Directors, to the exuberant retired teacher who leads The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center in a lesson on seasonal bulletin board décor, our volunteers serve as the solid rocks of our organizational mission.
YWCA recognizes volunteers as essential collaborative partners, facilitating the effective delivery of our mission-driven programs and services throughout Mercer County and beyond. The priceless gift of empowerment through volunteerism is a mutually advantageous donation, which yields endless returns on one’s invested gift of time, talent, and skills for generations to come.
Whether you would like to volunteer as an individual, a family, a corporation, or a civic engagement group, we offer a plethora of opportunities for individuals dedicated to “eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all” to rock with us on a mission.
Due to COVID-19, our volunteer opportunities are currently limited. However, we appreciate and welcome those who are willing to share their time and talent with us. Virtual opportunities for volunteering include:
- Working with the Breast Cancer Resource Center as a community liaison and supporting outreach efforts
- Speaking one-on-one with students in our English as a Second Language program to practice conversational English
- Supporting the Development office with social media management, occasional clerical work, graphic design, or special projects and events.
To receive further information about the YWCA Princeton volunteer opportunities, please complete and send a volunteer application form to Brigitte Jean-Louis, Director of Advocacy at email@example.com.