Help over 1,000 clients a month by becoming a volunteer at Shorefront Jewish Community Council!
- Be trained and gain work skills!
- Help your community! Tell your friends and others!
- Help feed 1,000 people a month in just a few hours!
If you are looking for a unique opportunity to give back to your community as a volunteer, please contact Stephanie Zaientz at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 718-743-0575, ext. 7515 or fill out the form below.
Be sure to include the position you are most interested in. Right now, we are most in need of food pantry volunteers and Russian-speaking front desk volunteers with experience working in social services agency.
Important Covid-19 Information
Due to coronavirus health concerns, Shorefront JCC is currently only accepting new volunteers who are not in high-risk populations or exhibiting any symptoms associated with COVID-19. We reserve the right to turn away any staff or volunteers exhibiting such symptoms or having been exposed to a known case of COVID-19.
Please click to submit your volunteer form using this Volunteer Inquiry Form. You may indicate which areas are of interest to you:
- Census Outreach
- COVID19 Vaccine
- Event Planning
- Food Pantry Order Packer
- Food Pantry Deliveries
- Food Pantry Online Order Specialist
- Food Pantry Loader/Unloader
- Front Desk
- Special Skills Contribution
- Volunteer Recruitment
I was the first member of my family to come to the United States. I was told by friends who had come before me that I could get help with applying for a green card and getting papers for my family to join me at SJCC. I was worried at first because most agencies that provide this service charge for it. I was happy to find out that not only did SJCC help free of charge they also helped me apply for a fee waiver so I would not need to pay the fees for the applications. With the help of SJCC I was able to get my green card and later finalized my citizenship documents. My wife and children soon joined me as well. Today my children are all in college and graduate school and have been able to thrive because of the support we got from SJCC.