Be a Princeton Senior Resource Center Volunteer

As a PSRC volunteer, you help us carry out our mission. You learn new skills and sharpen existing ones, share valuable knowledge and actively contribute to the community. PSRC could not offer such a wide range of programs and services without the involvement of dozens of volunteers who give hundreds of hours to the organization and the community.

If you are interested in participating in one of the following opportunities, please call PSRC at 924-7108. You will be interviewed about your interests, skills and availability. When matched with a position you will be trained and receive ongoing support from one of the PSRC staff.

Volunteer opportunities

  • Receptionists/office volunteers are needed at both Suzanne Patterson Building and Spruce Circle. Volunteers help visitors feel welcome, answer phones, perform light office tasks, register participants for classes, help staff set up for classes, and assist Comcast customers.
  • Publicity volunteers help prepare and mail the monthly bulletin, write press releases, distribute publicity posters and flyers in the community and answer questions at our community fair table.
  • Special events volunteers help at annual single-session events such as the Holiday Party, Flu Shots, and fundraisers. This may involve registration, decoration, serving refreshments, entertainment, etc.
  • GrandPals are older adults who partner with children in the Princeton public schools to assist them with reading and other skill development. To learn more, go to the GrandPals page.
  • HomeFriends assist home-based older adults and disabled people with light chores and companionship. To learn more, go to the HomeFriends page.
  • LINK matches high school students with home-based older and disabled adults for companionship and light chores. To learn more, go the the LINK page
  • Program sponsors/instructors teach a class to share a passion or skill with others, or host an event such as Newcomer's Tea.
  • Computer volunteers help the staff with data entry, computer technical assistance, or assist older adults who come to the computer lab to gain computer skills.
  • Drivers are needed to help participants get to classes and special events.
  • Salvation Army Bears are dressed by volunteers and distributed to local needy preschool children at Christmas time.

© Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
Suzanne Patterson Building 609-924-7108
Spruce Circle 609-252-2362
Suzanne Patterson Building 9AM-4:30PM
Spruce Circle 10:00AM-4:00PM,
Every Weekday Unless Otherwise Noted