Organizations We Support

Aletha Wright “Vision of Hope” Center – Camden, NJ
Located in the commercial shipping hub of Camden, the Transitional Living Program offers services to 99 single adult homeless men. It is designed to move each individual through three phases which concentrate on addressing basic needs, life skills, employment and housing.

Anna Sample – Camden, NJ
In May 1988, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley dedicated this homeless shelter in honor of Anna M. Sample, a woman who devoted her life to fighting poverty in the City of Camden. This 65-bed Transitional Housing program serves homeless families. This program focuses on assisting the women to become self-sufficient members of the community. Residents receive 24-hour supervision, case management and counseling. A variety of programs are provided to assist the women to develop the necessary life skills to become independent of the welfare system to re-enter society and successfully manage their families. These programs include life skills workshops, drug and alcohol awareness, recreational enrichment, parenting & life skills, and a referral network.

Cathedral Kitchen – Camden, NJ

Christian Caring – Browns Mills, NJ

Covenant House – Atlantic City, NJ

Covenant House is a non-profit agency whose mission is to reach out to at-risk homeless youth living on the streets and offer them hope and opportunities to turn their lives around. We help abused or neglected youth who have nowhere else to go. A large number have been thrown out of their homes while others have aged out or left the foster care system with no family, no support, and no one to turn to.

Eleanor Corbett House – Glassboro, NJ
Eleanor Corbett House is a 54-bed facility that houses families and individuals. Daily meals, workshops, tutoring, special events, transportation, and supportive services are provided to residents. Residents receive 24-hour supervision, case management and counseling. A variety of programs are provided to assist the women to develop the necessary life skills to become independent of the welfare system to re-enter society and successfully manage their families.

New Visitions – Camden, NJ

Sprit and Trust Ministries, Inc. – Vineland, NJ
Spirit & Truth Ministries, Inc. is a multi-denominational Christian organization that is devoted to working in conjunction with the community and local churches in group efforts to provide food assistance to the low income and homeless population in the City of Vineland.  This is demonstrated through its food distribution programs, which include four weekly soup kitchens, a Friday bagged lunch and three community holiday meals.  “Beyond Feeding” services are also integrated into each of these programs in the areas of housing, clothing, health issues, job placement and counseling to help improve the quality of life of the soup kitchen participants.

Sr. Jean’s Kitchen – Atlantic City, NJ