Member Directory

Non - Profit Organization

3 Eves Drive
Suite 310
Marlton, NJ 08053
800-272-3900
emurphy@alz.org
Non-profit organization provides support, education and referral service to all affected by Alzheimer's.  Free Alzheimer's Workplace Alliance (AWA) educates corporate and company employees.

American Cancer Society - South Jersey Market
1818 Market Street
Suite 2820
Philadelphia, PA 19103
856-673-5735
Fax: 856-616-8449
jason.plaia@cancer.org
Together with our millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society is saving lives by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures and by fighting back.

5425 Route 70 West
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
856-365-7100
Fax: 856-365-0187
madhuri.rodriguez@redcross.org
Disaster Response and Preparedness

626 N. Shore Rd
Absecon, NJ 08201
609-272-0101
ongo@atlprev.org
Preventing harm caused by substance use and/or violence and related behaviors in Atlantic County, NJ through Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Support.

1255 Caldwell Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
856-324-3258
Fax: 856-667-1281
judi.london@bancroft.org

Bancroft is a leading regional nonprofit provider of specialized services for individuals with autism, other

intellectual or developmental disabilities and those in need of neurological rehabilitation. Through its innovative programs supporting people throughout different stages in life, Bancroft offers a comprehensive range of services aimed at unlocking the full potential in each person and meeting his or her changing needs. Programming includes special education, vocational training and supported employment, structured day programs, residential treatment programs,  community living programs, and behavioral supports. In 2018, Bancroft opened the Raymond & Joanne Welsh Campus in Mt. Laurel, NJ, for children’s services, featuring the flagship Bancroft School and Lindens Center for Autism. The campus is the most progressive and expansive campus for children with special needs in the region.


Bancroft NeuroRehab focuses on the therapeutic, day program and residential needs of people in rehabilitation from brain injury or other neurological disorders with four locations throughout New Jersey.


Established in 1883 and now headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ, Bancroft boasts 30 programs in 16 locations serving 2,000 people annually throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, including more than 200 community-based group homes and supervised apartments. For more information, visit bancroft.org.



100 Dobbs Lane, Suite 202
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
856-616-2340
Fax: 856-616-2337
dalidjani@independencebigs.org
One-to-one mentoring for at risk youth

693 Rancocas Road
Westampton, NJ 08060
609-261-5850
Fax: 609-261-5682
info@bccbsa.org

PO Box 297
Rancocas, NJ 08073
609-267-4226 ext. 8335
Fax: 609-267-7612
sdelong@burlcoschools.org
BCIT Foundation provides education-related technology and post-secondary scholarships for Burlington County Institute of Technology's 2,000 students at campuses in Westampton and Medford

5 Pioneer Boulevard
Westampton, NJ 08060
609-267-9660
foundation@bclsf.org
The BCLS Foundation seeks private financial support to shape libraries as a fundamental community resource for now and for future generations. They strive to support and expand the library’s literacy objectives and community enrichment with an emphasis on cutting edge technology.

POB 1213
Medford, NJ 08055
Fax: 2-
board@bcmac.info
BCMAS has a long, rich history of supporting the men and women of Joint Base. Originally formed by the Burlington County Freeholders in June of 1987, BCMAC was created to showcase the importance of McGuire AFB and Fort Dix when these installations were slated for closure by BRAC.

Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce
520 Fellowship Road
Suite E-502
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
856-439-2520
Fax: 856-439-2523
bcrcc@bcrcc.com
The Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce (BCRCC) supports a culture where members build meaningful relationships to help advance their business opportunities through high-quality educational events and high-level networking. BCRCC fosters regional economic growth by connecting more than 500 businesses and 30,000 employees with unlimited opportunity to promote a healthy business climate. The organization invests in the future by empowering young professionals with a unique mentoring program that builds essential skills and relationships.

25 Ikea Drive
Westampton, NJ 08060
609-267-9339
Fax: 609-267-6655
acampbell@cctrenton.org

383 West State Street
Trenton, NJ 08618
609-394-5181
Fax: 609-394-0732

Catholic Charities, Diocese Trenton provides essential services to more than 100,000 Central New Jersey residents every year. Services include meeting basic needs with food, clothing and shelter, as well as specialized treatments for addiction and mental illness, and domestic violence programs to help end violence in homes. We offer programs in Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth and Ocean counties so that help is convenient and available to those who need it most. Burlington Programs Include: Community Services (Basic Needs); Delaware House (Mental Health Services); Providence House Domestic Violence Services.  

Our programs are designed to help people and families achieve self-sufficiency and end the cycle of dependence. We strive to improve individuals’ lives and to strengthen communities.

 

Sheridan Pavillion
3 Cooper Plaza, Suite 500
Camden, NJ 08103
856-342-2222
Fax: 856-342-2109
basslevin-susan@cooperhealth.edu

Sheridan Pavilion
3 Cooper Plaza
Camden, NJ 08103
856-963-6703
Fax: 856-342-2109
welch-anthony@cooperhealth.edu
Cooper University Health Care is a leading health care provider in South Jersey. With a network of more than 100 medical offices throughout the region, Cooper offers signature programs in cardiology, critical care, neurosciences, pediatrics, orthopedics, surgical specialties and trauma. The Cooper Health Sciences Campus in Camden is home to Cooper University Hospital, MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.

Deborah Heart and Lung Center
200 Trenton Road
Browns Mills, NJ 08015
609-893-6611
Fax: 609-893-1213
glazerc@deborah.org
From our beginnings in 1922 treating those suffering from tuberculosis to hosting NJ’s first open heart surgery in 1958, Deborah continues its legendary rise as a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of cardiac, pulmonary and vascular diseases.  Working together to deliver an integrated, patient-centered approach, Deborah’s physicians, technicians, nurses, and staff collaborate to offer the best treatment options available.  Deborah’s unbroken commitment, vision and mission continues almost a century later:  to remain a leader in cardiac, pulmonary and vascular care by investing in innovative, high-tech technologies, state-of-the-art treatment options, and cutting-edge clinical research programs.

20 Pine Mill Road
Browns Mills, NJ 08015
609-893-8180
Fax: 609-893-3821
Foundation raises funds for services & programs that provide medical & surgical treatment of heart & lung disease and for children with congenital heart disease without distinction as to race, color, religion, age, national origin, handicap or ability to pay.

350 Riverbank
Burlington, NJ 08016
609-386-3500
Fax: 609-386-5878
Since its founding in 1837, Doane Academy, an independent Episcopal day school, age 3 through 12th grade, provides an exceptional college preparatory program while cultivating character development and nurturing the emotional maturity essential in preparing students for life.  We develop intelligent, capable individuals within a community where all are known, loved and strongly encouraged to discover their unique potential.

Food Bank of South Jersey
1501 John Tipton Blvd
Pennsauken, NJ 08110
856-662-4884
Fax: 856-662-4489
lsherwin@foodbanksj.org
The Food Bank of South Jersey provides food to people in need, delivers health and wellness programs, and designs sustainable solutions to help people improve their lives.

40 Brace Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
856-795-1560
Fax: 856-354-8425
devans@gscsnj.org

Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ (GSCSNJ) is the premier organization serving 19,000 girls and 10,000 adult volunteers in nine counties. GSCSNJ shapes leaders for tomorrow by empowering girls to take on bold challenges, discover their own passions and strengths, act with character, and engage fully in fun, relevant experiences that encourage friendships and build life-long skills.  Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.


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