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Volunteer Opportunities

Do you like to help others? Give back to the community? Make a difference in someone’s life?

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New Generation is looking for you!

Come take a tour and meet with our Development Administrator, Gabrielle Roth  on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 5:30 PM! 

If you would like to find out more e-mail Gabrielle at office@newgennh.org

Types of Volunteer Opportunities Include:

House Maintenance – help us paint, clean – be our “handyman helper”

Thrift Shoppe – All shoppes welcome volunteers, from sorting clothes and household goods, to organizing furniture in the Furniture Barn or doing landscaping work, there are many ways to help.

Office Help – help us with the ever exciting tasks of data entry, filing, and shredding!

Moving Help – help pick up donations or help a young mother move in to a new apartment

Babysitter – spend some quality time providing care to infants while mom works or studies

Driver – help us provide much needed transportation for mom’s to go to school, work, or appointments

Special Events – have fun with us at special events by volunteering

Tutoring – help our mother’s obtain their GED or driver’s license

Teacher – come teach a class on cooking, money management, or resume writing

Development Committee Member – if you could offer fund raising support or expertise, your support would be invaluable

Gardening & Yard Work – help us to create a warm and friendly atmosphere, starting from the outside

Other – have an idea not listed here? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator today

Volunteer Application


Don't have time to volunteer? Donate funds!

“A great big thanks to the New Gen folks for remembering my birthday after all these years, that really means a lot! As for Ruthie, I will NEVER FORGET the day I met her and how she chose me as one of the lucky ones to be a part of New Generation so many years ago. I will always be indebted to her and Toni Trotzer for being instrumental in guiding me during troubled times. So, please let her know that not only do I return the ‘Hello,’ but I would like to extend a ‘Thank you Ruthie!'”
UrsulaFormer Resident