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Affordable Housing

The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-4571  · fax: 609-261-2147  ·
· URL: http://www.affordablehomesgroup.com
The Affordable Homes Group, Inc. provides a wide range of housing and social services for lower income people, including the homeless

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

The Samuel Miller Senior Housing Community
· phone: 609-261-5384  · fax: 609-261-5207  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/smshc/
"Home" Without The Hassle! The most unique retirement center of its kind in the area. Come and visit. Talk to our residents, evaluate for yourself. You will not forget your experience.

The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-4571  · fax: 609-261-2147  ·
· URL: http://www.affordablehomesgroup.com
We are a multi-faceted housing and social service organization that provides emergency Shelter / transitional housing for the homeless; affordable rental housing; home buyer education and counseling; and affordable home ownership for lower income families and individuals. We construct new and remodel existing housing and specialize in environmentally responsible, sustainable "green" construction.

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.


Area Hospitals   return to top of page

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Rancocas Hospital
· phone: 609-835-2900
For emergencies call 609-835-3030

Virtua - West Jersey Marlton
· phone: 856-355-6000
Emergency 856-355-6060


Area Services   return to top of page

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Broad Street Baptist Church
· phone: 609-261-0041  · fax: 609-261-0041  ·

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

Relief Fire Engine Company #1
· phone: 609-267-0480  ·
Oldest Active Volunteer Fire Company in Continuous Service in the USA Organized: July 11, 1752

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.


Arts   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Burlington County Art Guild
· phone: 609-386-5482  ·
County Art Organization serving Burlington County of over 41 years. Monthly meetings featuring Art Demonstrations held Sept. thru May on the 3rd Thursday at the Mt. Laurel Library. Dues: $15 per year, includes monthly newsletter, and opportunity to exhibit in several shows.

Burlington County Footlighters, Inc.
· phone: 856-829-7144
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/footlighters/
Non-profit community theatre group which annually performs four to six productions (drama, comedy, music) and children's plays

Burlington County Musical Society
· phone: 609-386-4223  ·
· URL: http://www.local336afm.com
American Federation of Musicians Local 336 provides professionals for the entertainment needs of your special event!

Golden Eagle Community Band
· phone: 609-267-PLAY  ·
· URL: http://gecb.libertynet.org
The premier all-volunteer community band in South Jersey. Open to amateur and semi-professional musicians, we perform a quarterly concert series consisting between October and May. In addition, we perform in many parades and free community concerts in municipalities throughout Burlington County.

Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society
· phone: 609-518-7600  ·
· URL: http://www.gpdsonline.com/
The Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society was incorporated in 1979, and since then GPDS members have been gathering together regularly to play, to sing, and to enjoy traditional music. Our membership includes folks of different backgrounds and cultures who share a common bond. We've become an ever-changing family of friends linked by the desire to play folk instruments, among which the Appalachian mountain dulcimer and hammered dulcimers stand out.

New Jersey Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra
· phone: 856-354-0463
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/philly_orchestra/

Perkins Art Center
· phone: 856-235-6488  · fax: 856-235-6624  ·
· URL: http://https://www.perkinscenter.org/

Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-779-2600  ·
· URL: http://www.psnj.org
Orchestra performing some of the biggest names in classical music.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!


Assisted Living   return to top of page

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Brandywine Assisted Living at Moorestown Estates
· phone: 609-778-0600
· URL: http://www.brandycare.com/
Assisted living, sub-acute rehabilitation and out-patient rehabilitation.

Lutheran Home at Moorestown
· phone: 856-235-1214
· URL: http://www.moorestown.com/lutheranhome/
Long-term care facility for the aging. Affiliated with Lutheran Social Ministries of NJ.

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more


Business Association   return to top of page

The Greater Mount Holly Business & Professional Association
· phone: 609-265-9199 Nancy  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollynj.org
The GMHBPA is an organization of retail, professional and non-profit businesses, that promotes Mount Holly as the ideal town in which to shop, seek professional services and participate in community life. All are welcome to attend!

Mount Holly Rotary Club
· phone: 609-702-7157 x3909  · fax: 609-702-7100  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/rotary/
Nonprofit organization of business & professional leaders providing community & humanitarian service, and building goodwill & world peace. Club focuses on Mount Holly, Eastampton, Hainesport, Lumberton, & Westampton. The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self.” New members always welcome.

Tri-County Chapter of New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners
· phone: 856-273 3138  ·
· URL: http://www.tricountynjawbo.org
The organization is dedicated to the support and education of women business owners.

TB AC
· phone: 609-261-5700  · fax: 609-267-5165  ·
· URL: http://www.tbacloan.com
TBAC provides loans up to $35,000 and mentoring to small businesses for start-up and expansion.


Charity   return to top of page

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

The Children's Home
· phone: 609-267-1550  · fax: 609-261-5672  ·
· URL: http://www.childrens-home.org/
Established in 1864, The Children’s Home (TCH), a private, 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, provides residential treatment, special education, and emergency shelter for emotionally troubled youth in NJ. TCH operates The Mary A. Dobbins School, a NJ approved special education school, on its Pine Street campus in Mt Holly. TCH also operates Mercer House emergency shelter, in Ewing Township NJ.

Delaware Valley Assembly #65, IORG

· URL: http://gorainbow.org or http://angelfire.com/nj4nj_iorg
Fraternal/community service oriented organization for girls ages 11-21. Affiliated with the Masons and Eastern Star

GFWC Woman's League of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-4215  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/women/
A service organization serving the Greater Mt. Holly area. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, 125 Garden Street, Mt. Holly, NJ.

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a non-profit organizatin dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families. We offer a state-approved school, physical, speech, and occupational therapies, after-school care, respite care, and adult day care.

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Mount Holly Rotary Club
· phone: 609-702-7157 x3909  · fax: 609-702-7100  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/rotary/
Nonprofit organization of business & professional leaders providing community & humanitarian service, and building goodwill & world peace. Club focuses on Mount Holly, Eastampton, Hainesport, Lumberton, & Westampton. The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self.” New members always welcome.

National Kidney Foundation of the Delaware Valley
· phone: 215-923-8611  · fax: 215-923-2199  ·
· URL: http://www.nkfdv.org
20 Million people have chronic kidney disease and another 20 million are at risk. The kidney walk presents an occasion for dialysis patients, organ transplant recipients, donor families, living donors, the medical communities and the general public to celebrate life and support the Foundation’s mission.

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee
· phone: 609-230-9555  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollyparade.com
Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee Burlington County's only Parade celebrating the Irish Heritage and Culture. Always looking for new members and volunteers. Join us on the first of March every year for the Parade down High STreet

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society
· phone: 609-267-9600  · fax: 609-267-3580  ·
· URL: http://www.dioceseoftrenton.org/justice/stvincent.asp
A regionally-centralized charity outlet, supported by the Rancocas Valley Clergy Association, that assists the local needy.

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.

Virtua Health Foundation
· phone: 609-261-7083  · fax: 609-267-3717  ·
· URL: http://www.virtua.org/foundation
The Virtua Health Foundation is the resource development arm of Virtua Health. The Foundation serves to enhance Virtua's mission through the development of philanthropic resources and the support of community education and outreach.


Civic and Cultural   return to top of page

Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church
· phone: 609-261-0181  · fax: 609-702-0017  ·
· URL: http://www.DioceseofTrenton.org
Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Scouts BSA Troop 32
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· URL: http://boyscouttroop32.clubspaces.com
The digital home of Boy Scout Troop 32. Here you can see what we've done, where we've done it and what we'll do next! Go Scouting!

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

Burlington County Musical Society
· phone: 609-386-4223  ·
· URL: http://www.local336afm.com
American Federation of Musicians Local 336 provides professionals for the entertainment needs of your special event!

GFWC Woman's League of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-4215  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/women/
A service organization serving the Greater Mt. Holly area. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, 125 Garden Street, Mt. Holly, NJ.

Golden Eagle Community Band
· phone: 609-267-PLAY  ·
· URL: http://gecb.libertynet.org
The premier all-volunteer community band in South Jersey. Open to amateur and semi-professional musicians, we perform a quarterly concert series consisting between October and May. In addition, we perform in many parades and free community concerts in municipalities throughout Burlington County.

Hispanic Association of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-6322  · fax: 609-261-6322  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/hispanic/
HELPING TO GROW A UNITED COMMUNITY

Kiwanis
· phone: 609-261-8222  · fax: 609-261-8822  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/kiwanas/
Mondays at 6:30pm at Charley's Other Brother, located at 1383 Monmouth Road (Route 537), Eastampton, NJ.

Mount Holly Historical Society
· phone: 609-267-2773
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/historicalsociety/
The Mt. Holly Historical Society is dedicated to the maintanence and preservation of the town's many landmark sites. They are the caretakers of both the clock on Main Street and the Fountain in Fountain Square. In addition, the Society helps to run many of the museums around town. They are always taking on new projects, such as their latest effort to restore the town's gazebo. If you would like to make a donation to the Historical Society, volunteer or simply want to learn more, contact Eleanor Rich.

Olde Mill Village Homeowners Association of Mt. Holly NJ, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-1880  · fax: 609-261-0023  ·
· URL: http://www.oldemill-village.org
A Site that the residents of Olde Mill Village can refer to for current news, by-laws, covenants and restrictions.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee
· phone: 609-230-9555  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollyparade.com
Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee Burlington County's only Parade celebrating the Irish Heritage and Culture. Always looking for new members and volunteers. Join us on the first of March every year for the Parade down High STreet

Societa` Bell'Italia Italian-American Organization
· phone: 856-866-1189  ·
Non-Profit Italian American Club that meetings monthly in Mt. Holly, Lamberti's Modo Milano Restaurant, 3rd Tuesday of the month, (not in July & Aug) that is continuing the culture, language, music, food and traditions of their ancestors.


Community Services   return to top of page

The Family Success Center of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4001  · fax: 609-267-4008  ·
referral and resource center for residents of the burlington county area

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844  ·
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a private non-profit organization founded over 56 years ago. The mission of Githens Center (Burlington County Cerebral Palsy Association) is to provide programs and services that improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and thier family members. Githens Center is committed to providing a nurturing environment that fosters confidence, self-esteem, dignity and development to maximum potential.

Alcoholics Anonymous
· phone: 800-322-5525
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/aa/

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

Delaware Valley Assembly #65, IORG

· URL: http://gorainbow.org or http://angelfire.com/nj4nj_iorg
Fraternal/community service oriented organization for girls ages 11-21. Affiliated with the Masons and Eastern Star

The Family Success Center of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4001  · fax: 609-267-4008  ·
referral and resource center for residents of the burlington county area

GFWC Woman's League of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-4215  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/women/
A service organization serving the Greater Mt. Holly area. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, 125 Garden Street, Mt. Holly, NJ.

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a non-profit organizatin dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families. We offer a state-approved school, physical, speech, and occupational therapies, after-school care, respite care, and adult day care.

Golden Eagle Community Band
· phone: 609-267-PLAY  ·
· URL: http://gecb.libertynet.org
The premier all-volunteer community band in South Jersey. Open to amateur and semi-professional musicians, we perform a quarterly concert series consisting between October and May. In addition, we perform in many parades and free community concerts in municipalities throughout Burlington County.

Hispanic Association of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-6322  · fax: 609-261-6322  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/hispanic/
HELPING TO GROW A UNITED COMMUNITY

Lions Cub of Mt. Holly,NJ
· phone: 609-386-6804  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/lions
Welcome to the Mount Holly chapter of Lions Clubs International. We have been following the ideals of service to our community here for over 57 years. Lions are the world's largest and most active service organization - come see what we can offer you! First chartered in 1942, the Mount Holly Lions club is one of the oldest continously active service organizations in New Jersey. The club meets on the second and Fouth Wednesday of each month at Charley's Other Brother restaurant on Monmou

Main Street Mount Holly
· phone: 609-914-0811  · fax: 609-914-0811  ·
· URL: http://www.mainstreetmountholly.com/
Main Street New Jersey is a comprehensive revitalization program that promotes the historic and economic redevelopment of a traditional business districts in NJ. It provides selected communities with a structured program, in which experts provide their knowledge & experience to assit municipalities to improve the economy, appearance and image of their central business. Main Street Mount Holly! Its success is YOU! Your Ideas make the Difference. Without YOU we can't succeed! Volunteer Now!

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Mount Holly Fire District # 1
· phone: 609-518-7911  · fax: 609-518-8916  ·
The Mount Holly Fire Department

Mount Holly Historical Society
· phone: 609-267-2773
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/historicalsociety/
The Mt. Holly Historical Society is dedicated to the maintanence and preservation of the town's many landmark sites. They are the caretakers of both the clock on Main Street and the Fountain in Fountain Square. In addition, the Society helps to run many of the museums around town. They are always taking on new projects, such as their latest effort to restore the town's gazebo. If you would like to make a donation to the Historical Society, volunteer or simply want to learn more, contact Eleanor Rich.

Mount Holly Rotary Club
· phone: 609-702-7157 x3909  · fax: 609-702-7100  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/rotary/
Nonprofit organization of business & professional leaders providing community & humanitarian service, and building goodwill & world peace. Club focuses on Mount Holly, Eastampton, Hainesport, Lumberton, & Westampton. The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self.” New members always welcome.

National Kidney Foundation of the Delaware Valley
· phone: 215-923-8611  · fax: 215-923-2199  ·
· URL: http://www.nkfdv.org
20 Million people have chronic kidney disease and another 20 million are at risk. The kidney walk presents an occasion for dialysis patients, organ transplant recipients, donor families, living donors, the medical communities and the general public to celebrate life and support the Foundation’s mission.

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

R.E.B.E.L.
· phone: 609-261-0001  · fax: 609-261-5854  ·
· URL: http://www.njnotforsale.com
REBEL (Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies) NJ's teens against tobacco movement.

Relief Fire Company No.1
· phone: 609-267-0480  ·
· URL: http://www.relief501.com
Relief Fire Company No. 1 of Mount Holly, NJ. We are the Oldest Active volunteer Fire Company in the United States. Located on our Premises is the origonal Firehouse from 1752, with the horse Drawn Steamer and numerous historical artifacts which date back to the beginning of our company. Tours are available apon request of our facilities. Please call 609-267-0480 for more information.

Servicios Latinos de Burlington County
· phone: 609-518-7171  · fax: 609-267-5165  ·
· URL: http://www.servicioslatinos-nj.org
http://www.servicioslatinos-nj.org/ Ayudando al desarrollo de la communidad Hispana Helping the Development of the Hispanic Community.

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.


Education   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844  ·
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a private non-profit organization founded over 56 years ago. The mission of Githens Center (Burlington County Cerebral Palsy Association) is to provide programs and services that improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and thier family members. Githens Center is committed to providing a nurturing environment that fosters confidence, self-esteem, dignity and development to maximum potential.

Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church
· phone: 609-261-0181  · fax: 609-702-0017  ·
· URL: http://www.DioceseofTrenton.org
Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church

Boy Scout Troop 36
· phone: 609-2610089  ·

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a non-profit organizatin dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families. We offer a state-approved school, physical, speech, and occupational therapies, after-school care, respite care, and adult day care.

Hold On To Education Foundation Inc.
· phone: 609-877-9352  · fax: 609-877-7660  ·
· URL: http://www.holdontoeducation.org
Hold On To Education Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization providing student workshops and services. Seminar topics include "Early Bird Gets The Scholarship Workshop"; "Music Education: Careers In the Music Business"; "College & Career Colloquium," and "Real World Education: A Workshop For Educators".

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Mount Holly Historical Society
· phone: 609-267-2773
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/historicalsociety/
The Mt. Holly Historical Society is dedicated to the maintanence and preservation of the town's many landmark sites. They are the caretakers of both the clock on Main Street and the Fountain in Fountain Square. In addition, the Society helps to run many of the museums around town. They are always taking on new projects, such as their latest effort to restore the town's gazebo. If you would like to make a donation to the Historical Society, volunteer or simply want to learn more, contact Eleanor Rich.

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

R.E.B.E.L.
· phone: 609-261-0001  · fax: 609-261-5854  ·
· URL: http://www.njnotforsale.com
REBEL (Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies) NJ's teens against tobacco movement.

Sacred Heart Religious Education Program
· phone: 609-267-6319  · fax: 609-518-9010  ·
· URL: http://www.dyneserv.com/shrepmh
Formerly called "CCD," for the Catholic religious education of public school students in grades K-8. Also offers a Vacation Bible School.

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources

Temple Har Zion
· phone: 609-267-0660  ·
· URL: http://www.templeharzion.org
A Jewish Renewal-oriented congregation in the Conservative tradition. We offer Hebrew school and Confirmation classes. Rabbinic counseling and guidance available.

The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-4571  · fax: 609-261-2147  ·
· URL: http://www.affordablehomesgroup.com
We are a multi-faceted housing and social service organization that provides emergency Shelter / transitional housing for the homeless; affordable rental housing; home buyer education and counseling; and affordable home ownership for lower income families and individuals. We construct new and remodel existing housing and specialize in environmentally responsible, sustainable "green" construction.

Walking Tour

· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/walkingtour/
Mount Holly's history predates the American Revolution. The first owners after the Native Americans were John Cripps, his son Nathaniel, and Edward Gaskill. They owned most of Mount Holly which they called Bridgetown. Many other notable Americans had their roots in Mount Holly. Justus C. Strawbridge worked in Mount Holly before leaving & forming a partnership with Isaac H. Clothier (grandson of Caleb & Elizabeth Clothier of Mount Holly) - the former Strawbridge & Clothier.

Woman's Opportunity Center/Family 'Y'
· phone: 856-234-6200
Ongoing computer classes for the general public, including Windows 98, Internet I & II; job skills and workshops


Government   return to top of page

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Union Fire Company No. 2
· phone: 609-267-0470  ·
· URL: http://hometown.aol.com/union502/myhomepage/profile.html
Volunteer Fire Department in Mount Holly


healthcare   return to top of page

The Family Success Center of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4001  · fax: 609-267-4008  ·
referral and resource center for residents of the burlington county area

Al-Anon/Alateen of South Jersey
· phone: 856-547-0855  ·
· URL: http://southjerseyal-anon.org
help and hope for families and friends of problem drinkers.

O.D.A.T CLUB BILL
· phone: 856-824-9473  ·
WE HAVE ALL 12 STEPS PROGARMS.

Burlington Comprehensive Counseling, Inc.
· phone: 609-267-3610  · fax: 609-267-9692  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/counseling/
Outpatient medication assisted therapy for opiate users.

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

The Family Success Center of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4001  · fax: 609-267-4008  ·
referral and resource center for residents of the burlington county area

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

National Kidney Foundation of the Delaware Valley
· phone: 215-923-8611  · fax: 215-923-2199  ·
· URL: http://www.nkfdv.org
20 Million people have chronic kidney disease and another 20 million are at risk. The kidney walk presents an occasion for dialysis patients, organ transplant recipients, donor families, living donors, the medical communities and the general public to celebrate life and support the Foundation’s mission.

Samaritan Hospice
· phone: 800-229-8183
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/hospice/
MSW Grief support group assisting children and adult children to deal with the death of a parents week programs offered four times a year.

TenderCare
· phone: 609-234-5999  · fax: 856-234-9074  ·
· URL: http://www.moorestown.com/community/tendercare/
Adult Day Center and Alzheimer's Group Respite Unit Social Day Center for adults age 60 and over. TenderCare provides a safe, structured home-like setting as well as transportation, meals, peer & intergenerational activities, exercise, referral and respite for caregivers. The Alzheimer's Group Respite Unit provides personalized care in a small group setting with "drop-in" care available.

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.

Virtua Memorial Hospital Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-0700  ·
· URL: http://www.virtua.org
Virtua Health, the largest health care provider in South Jersey, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality health care to the communities it serves. Virtua, with more than 7,500 employees and 1,700 physicians, is comprised of four hospitals including Virtua Memorial Hospital Burlington County in Mt. Holly, and Virtua West Jersey Hospitals in Berlin, Marlton and Voorhees. For physician appointments call toll-free 1-888-Virtua-3 (1-888-847-8823).

Virtua West Jersey Hospital Marlton
· phone: 856-355-6000  ·
· URL: http://www.virtua.org
Virtua Health, the largest health care provider in South Jersey, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality health care to the communities it serves. Virtua, with more than 7,500 employees and 1,700 physicians, is comprised of four hospitals including Virtua Memorial Hospital Burlington County in Mt. Holly, and Virtua West Jersey Hospitals in Berlin, Marlton and Voorhees. For physician appointments call toll-free 1-888-Virtua-3 (1-888-847-8823).

West Jersey Hospital Foundation
· phone: 856-772-9500

Woman's Board to Cooper Hosp./Univ. Medical Ctr.
· phone: 856-342-2995


Historic   return to top of page

Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church
· phone: 609-261-0181  · fax: 609-702-0017  ·
· URL: http://www.DioceseofTrenton.org
Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church

Historic Rancocas Valley Association
· phone: 609-267-8600 x20   ·
· URL: http://www.rancocasvalley.com/
Promotes heritage tourism in Burlington Country

Mill Race Waterway
· phone: 609-267-8600 x20   ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/millrace_waterway/

Mount Holly Historical Society
· phone: 609-267-2773
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/historicalsociety/
The Mt. Holly Historical Society is dedicated to the maintanence and preservation of the town's many landmark sites. They are the caretakers of both the clock on Main Street and the Fountain in Fountain Square. In addition, the Society helps to run many of the museums around town. They are always taking on new projects, such as their latest effort to restore the town's gazebo. If you would like to make a donation to the Historical Society, volunteer or simply want to learn more, contact Eleanor Rich.

Mount Holly Library
· phone: 609-267-7111  ·
· URL: http://www.mtholly.lib.nj.us
This is a historic library, the descendant of the Library Company of Bridgetown,(1765)(the original name for Mount Holly)and the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences. (1860) The library is located in the Langstaff Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This library features a variety of local history resources and programs, as well as educational programs for children, including a weekly story hour at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday mornings.

Relief Fire Company No.1
· phone: 609-267-0480  ·
· URL: http://www.relief501.com
Relief Fire Company No. 1 of Mount Holly, NJ. We are the Oldest Active volunteer Fire Company in the United States. Located on our Premises is the origonal Firehouse from 1752, with the horse Drawn Steamer and numerous historical artifacts which date back to the beginning of our company. Tours are available apon request of our facilities. Please call 609-267-0480 for more information.

Relief Fire Engine Company #1
· phone: 609-267-0480  ·
Oldest Active Volunteer Fire Company in Continuous Service in the USA Organized: July 11, 1752

Walking Tour

· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/walkingtour/
Mount Holly's history predates the American Revolution. The first owners after the Native Americans were John Cripps, his son Nathaniel, and Edward Gaskill. They owned most of Mount Holly which they called Bridgetown. Many other notable Americans had their roots in Mount Holly. Justus C. Strawbridge worked in Mount Holly before leaving & forming a partnership with Isaac H. Clothier (grandson of Caleb & Elizabeth Clothier of Mount Holly) - the former Strawbridge & Clothier.


Internet Services   return to top of page

Mount Holly Collaborative
· phone: 856-642-1387  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/
Advertise on the Information Superhighway !


Library   return to top of page

Mount Holly Library
· phone: 609-267-7111  ·
· URL: http://www.mtholly.lib.nj.us
This is a historic library, the descendant of the Library Company of Bridgetown,(1765)(the original name for Mount Holly)and the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences. (1860) The library is located in the Langstaff Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This library features a variety of local history resources and programs, as well as educational programs for children, including a weekly story hour at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday mornings.


Misc   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Air Victory Museum, Inc.
· phone: 609-267-4488
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/air_victory/

Bosom Buddies of South Jersey
· phone: 609-953-7996
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/buddies/
Breast Cancer Support Group

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

Burlington County Mothers of Twins/Multiples
· phone: 856-234-5894
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/multiples/

Burlington County Radio Club
· phone: 856-778-1436
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/radio_club/
Amateur radio ("HAM") organization and worldwide fellowship through communications.

CANS (Children and Adults Adjusting to New Situations)
· phone: 800-229-8183
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/cans/
Grief support group assisting children and adults to deal with the death of a parent. 6 week programs offered four times a year.

Colonial Dames XVII Century
· phone: 609-234-6253
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/colonial/
Rancocas Valley chapter of heritage organization dedicated to preservation of historic sites and records, and youth education.

Curtis Auxiliary - Memorial Hospital of Burlington County
· phone: 856-273-7758
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/curtis_aux/
Volunteer organization serving Memorial Hospital of Burlington County by providing fund raising and services.

Friends of the Smithville Mansion

· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/smithville/
609-265-5858 - Burlington County Parks

Gambler's Anonymous & Gamanon
· phone: 800-426-2537
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/gamblers/
Gambler's Anonymous: Every Mon - 8:30 PM - Trinity Episcopal Church Gananon: Every Mon - 7:30 PM - Trinity Episcopal Church

Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines
· phone: 800-374-5730
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/girl_scouts/

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

South Jersey Campaign for Peace & Justice
· phone: 856-667-6194
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/sj_peace_just/

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources


Music   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Burlington County Musical Society
· phone: 609-386-4223  ·
· URL: http://www.local336afm.com
American Federation of Musicians Local 336 provides professionals for the entertainment needs of your special event!

Golden Eagle Community Band
· phone: 609-267-PLAY  ·
· URL: http://gecb.libertynet.org
The premier all-volunteer community band in South Jersey. Open to amateur and semi-professional musicians, we perform a quarterly concert series consisting between October and May. In addition, we perform in many parades and free community concerts in municipalities throughout Burlington County.

Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society
· phone: 609-518-7600  ·
· URL: http://www.gpdsonline.com/
The Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society was incorporated in 1979, and since then GPDS members have been gathering together regularly to play, to sing, and to enjoy traditional music. Our membership includes folks of different backgrounds and cultures who share a common bond. We've become an ever-changing family of friends linked by the desire to play folk instruments, among which the Appalachian mountain dulcimer and hammered dulcimers stand out.

The Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-779-2600  ·
· URL: http://www.psnj.org
Orchestra performing some of the biggest names in classical music.

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee
· phone: 609-230-9555  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollyparade.com
Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee Burlington County's only Parade celebrating the Irish Heritage and Culture. Always looking for new members and volunteers. Join us on the first of March every year for the Parade down High STreet

West Jersey Chamber Music Society
· phone: 856-778-1899
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/music/
Sponsors, promotes and teaches the professional performance of choral and instrumental music.


Recreation   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Amanda Grace Memorial Fundraiser
· phone: 856-437-5592  ·
· URL: http://http://www.amandagracememorial.org/event.html
RVRHS 2/26/2010 7:00p - Magic, Comedy & Illusions! Fun for the whole family. Ticket sales support Epiphany House, promoting adoption & programs to benefit special needs & orphaned children. Buy tickets today! AGMFundraiser@gmail.com 856-437-5592

Boy Scout Troop 36
· phone: 609-2610089  ·

Family ''Y'' of Burlington County
· phone: 856-234-6200
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/family_y/
Non-profit organization which provides human services and programming to community members. Helps individuals and families build healthy body, mind and spint, through such programs as nursery and preschool, child care, swimming lessons, Indian Guides, summer day camp, after-school activities, exercise and fitncss programs for all ages, bus tours, Women's Opportunity Center and adult sports leagues, to name a few.

Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society
· phone: 609-518-7600  ·
· URL: http://www.gpdsonline.com/
The Greater Pinelands Dulcimer Society was incorporated in 1979, and since then GPDS members have been gathering together regularly to play, to sing, and to enjoy traditional music. Our membership includes folks of different backgrounds and cultures who share a common bond. We've become an ever-changing family of friends linked by the desire to play folk instruments, among which the Appalachian mountain dulcimer and hammered dulcimers stand out.

Hispanic Association of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-6322  · fax: 609-261-6322  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/hispanic/
HELPING TO GROW A UNITED COMMUNITY

Indian Guides/Princesses
· phone: 856-234-6200
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/indian_gp/
Program to foster a one-on-one relationship between a father and his son/daughter.

Mt. Holly Car Show and Cruise
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· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/car_show/

P.A.W.S. Farm Nature Center
· phone: 856-778-8795
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/paws/
Refuge for injured and orphaned wildlife sponsored by the Preservation and Wildlife Society. Open to the public Wed-Sun (10 AM to 4 PM), the Center provides nature trails and "touch and feel" exhibits where children are allowed to feed and pet some of the animals. P.A.W.S. also operates traveling shows that take live animals to schools and geriatric centers. Non-profit organization run by volunteers.

Perkins Art Center
· phone: 856-235-6488  · fax: 856-235-6624  ·
· URL: http://https://www.perkinscenter.org/

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

Rancocas Valley Patriots Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading
· phone: 609-265-2267  ·
· URL: http://www.rvpatriots.com
35 Years of teaching the fundamentals of Pop Warner football, cheerleading and dance to the children within our community. We are a non-profit, ALL volunteer organization that consists of some 2nd and 3rd generation family members who volunteer there time for the children. We also have members that do not have children and volunteer their time as well.

R.E.B.E.L.
· phone: 609-261-0001  · fax: 609-261-5854  ·
· URL: http://www.njnotforsale.com
REBEL (Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies) NJ's teens against tobacco movement.

rancocas valley baseball and softball
· phone: 609-6357201  ·
· URL: http://rancocasvalleybaseballandsoftball

Rancocas Valley Chiefs Youth Football & Cheerleadi
· phone: 609-2618171  · fax: 609-2618171  ·
We are new member of S.J.I.Y.F.A. (South Jersey Independent Youth Football Association). We promote good sportsmanship, honesty, courage, fair play, and good citizenship through the game of football. Our mission is to provide supervised competitive athletics without losing sight of having fun. Our main objective is to ensure that your child has a successful as well as an enjoyable football season. The success of this program does not just depend on one person but the cooperation of all that are involved.

Rancocas Valley Lacrosse League
· phone: 609-267-2307  · fax: 856-672-1040  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/lax/
Non-profit Lacrosse League for boys 18 and younger. Purpose is to provide safe alternatives to all youth in the communities of Rancocas Valley. The league invites those who are disabled, disadvantaged, and potentially at-risk. At this point corporate sponsors are needed to provide equipment, officials cost, and related expenses. Registration required and all players MUST be members of US Lacrosse for insurance purposes. Click on registration link below and mail or fax the completed form to the RV League.

Riddlesbrood Theatre
· phone: 609-377-9125  ·
· URL: http://www.riddlesbrood.com
We do community focused theatre in the burlington county area. Performing comedies at many local establishments, free outdoor performances, chldrens theatre and other activities.

Robert G. Van Sciver & Patricia M. Ellis Mem. Scholarship Tennis Tourn
· phone: 856-727-0447

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee
· phone: 609-230-9555  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollyparade.com
Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee Burlington County's only Parade celebrating the Irish Heritage and Culture. Always looking for new members and volunteers. Join us on the first of March every year for the Parade down High STreet

South Jersey Bridge Club
· phone: 856-795-7529

Temple Har Zion
· phone: 609-267-0660  ·
· URL: http://www.thz.org
Jewish Renewal-oriented Congregation in the Conservative tradition offering both Traditional and Renewal services. Hebrew School, USY, Men's Club and Sisterhood. Many wonderful programs. All welcome.

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.

Walking Tour

· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/walkingtour/
Mount Holly's history predates the American Revolution. The first owners after the Native Americans were John Cripps, his son Nathaniel, and Edward Gaskill. They owned most of Mount Holly which they called Bridgetown. Many other notable Americans had their roots in Mount Holly. Justus C. Strawbridge worked in Mount Holly before leaving & forming a partnership with Isaac H. Clothier (grandson of Caleb & Elizabeth Clothier of Mount Holly) - the former Strawbridge & Clothier.

West Jersey Field Hockey Association
· phone: 856-234-0379


Religious   return to top of page

Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church
· phone: 609-261-0181  · fax: 609-702-0017  ·
· URL: http://www.DioceseofTrenton.org
Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church

1st United Methodist Church
· phone: 609-267-9055  ·
· URL: http://www.mounthollyumc.org
The 1st United Methodist Church of Mount Holly's mission is to make Disciples for Jesus Christ. We offer a weekly worship service, Sunday School, Youth Group and prayer service. Our sanctuary is adorned with beautiful stained glass windows depicting the life of Christ. Our pipe organ provides a wonderful accompanyment to our hymns. We are handicap accessible.

Adath Emanu-EL
· phone: 609-608-1200
· URL: http://www.adathemanuel.com/
Rabbi Richard A. Levine

Bethel AME Church
· phone: 856-235-3152
· URL: http://www.bame.org/
Reverend M. Lloyd Guyton

Broad Street Baptist Church
· phone: 609-261-0041  · fax: 609-261-0041  ·

Buddhist Sangha of South Jersey
· phone: 856-953-9215
· URL: http://http://buddhistsangha.tripod.com/
Our group meets at the Cherry Hill Unitarian Church, 401 Kings Highway N., Cherry Hill, NJ. Our meeting time is 7:00 PM every Sunday. Please call 856 953-9215 or email Walt Lyons for more information or visit our web site.

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

Burlington County Presbyterian Ministry
· phone: 609-835-2400  ·
· URL: http://www.burlcopm.org
Join us for our regular weekly home bible study or you can host a bible study in your home lead by Rev. Sam Bacon for 2 to 6 weeks or more. Choose from selected topics or request your own topic. Bible-believing, reformed, Presbyterian. For information visit our website.

Celebration Church AG
· phone: 609-8937531  · fax: 609-8937531  ·
· URL: http://www.celebchurch.org
A Multi-cultural pentecostal-charismatic fellowship under NJ Assemblies of God Home Missions

Congregation Beth Tikvah
· phone: 856-983-8090
· URL: http://http://www.btikvah.org
Rabbi Gary Gans

Easton Bible Church Easton Bible Church
· phone: 609-267-4755  · fax: 609-267-4415  ·
· URL: http://www.ebc.org
A non-denominational evangelical church whose mission is to reach people for Jesus Christ and raise them in the family of God to be like Him.

Knights of Columbus Santa Maria Council 1179

· URL: http://home.catholicweb.com/kofccouncil1179
Welcome to Our Home on the Web. Serving the Parish of Sacred Heart Church, the Community of Mount Holly and our Catholic Family in person for over one hundred years, and digitally too since October, 2007!

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Mt. Nebo Holy Church
· phone: 609-267-2322
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/mnhc/
A congregation of the Mt. Sinai Holy Church of America, Inc. 2006 marks the anniversary of 80 years of ministry in the community We firmly believe the purpose of the church is to disciple others to Christ and to reach out to all of humanity to touch lives by various areas of support.In this we give Glory to Christ.

New Jerusalem House of God
· phone: 609-723-4400  ·
· URL: http://www.newjerusalemhog.com
New Jerusalem House of God is a non-denominational, contemporary church with a "heart" for people who are hurting. New Jerusalem's progressive ministry offers spiritual refuge, restoration, and healing.

Oasis of Life Family Deliverance Church
· phone: 609-2614261  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/oasisoflifechurch/
Pentecostal church to meet the holistic needs of the community.

The Power Of One Christian Ministries Inc.
· phone: 609-332-4234  ·
A Community based Christian Ministry

Mount Holly Meeting Quakers - Religious Society of Friends
· phone: 609-261-7575
· URL: http://none
This is the Mount Holly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). All are welcome to join us in Quaker meditative worship, Sundays at 10:00 a.m. First Day School at 10:00 a.m.

The Rancocas Valley Clergy Association
· phone: 609-267-0330  · fax: 609-267-7992  ·
· URL: http://www.rvca.info
A fellowship of Jewish & Christian clergy ministering or residing in New Jersey's Rancocas Valley region (Mount Holly, Eastampton, Westampton, Hainesport & Lumberton).

Sacred Heart Religious Education Program
· phone: 609-267-6319  · fax: 609-518-9010  ·
· URL: http://www.dyneserv.com/shrepmh
Formerly called "CCD," for the Catholic religious education of public school students in grades K-8. Also offers a Vacation Bible School.

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
· phone: 609-702-1848  · fax: 609-267-9293  ·
· URL: http://www.parishofsacredheart.org

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church
· phone: 609-267-0225  · fax: 609-267-0250  ·
· URL: http://standrewschurch-mh.org/
Whatever your religious background and however you have come to be here, we welcome you to St. Andrew's Church. We hope that you will feel comfortable and will be strengthened for your walk with God.

Temple Har Zion
· phone: 609-267-0660  ·
· URL: http://www.templeharzion.org
A Jewish Renewal-oriented congregation in the Conservative tradition. We offer Hebrew school and Confirmation classes. Rabbinic counseling and guidance available.

Temple Har Zion
· phone: 609-267-0660  ·
· URL: http://www.templeharzion.org
Synagogue located in historic Downtown Mt. Holly. Warm, spiritual congregation. Rabbi Richard Simon serves as spiritual leader. Friday and Saturday Shabbat services, plus services for all holidays and festivals.

Temple Sinai
· phone: 856-829-0658
Rabbi Steven N. Fineblum

Timothy Christian Academy
· phone: 609-261-9578  · fax: 609-261-7122  ·
A Christian Pre-School through eighth grade with a population of 250 students. Average 18 per class.


Retirement Homes   return to top of page

Brandywine Assisted Living at Moorestown Estates
· phone: 609-778-0600
· URL: http://www.brandycare.com/
Assisted living, sub-acute rehabilitation and out-patient rehabilitation.

The Evergreens
· phone: 856-439-2000   ·
· URL: http://www.evergreens.org/
A continuing care retirement community. (also call 856-235-2503)

Lutheran Home at Moorestown
· phone: 856-235-1214
· URL: http://www.moorestown.com/lutheranhome/
Long-term care facility for the aging. Affiliated with Lutheran Social Ministries of NJ.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

The Samuel Miller Senior Housing Community
· phone: 609-261-5384  · fax: 609-261-5207  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/smshc/
"Home" Without The Hassle! The most unique retirement center of its kind in the area. Come and visit. Talk to our residents, evaluate for yourself. You will not forget your experience.


Schools   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Githens Center
· phone: 609-261-1667  · fax: 609-261-1844  ·
· URL: http://www.githenscenter.org
Githens Center is a private non-profit organization founded over 56 years ago. The mission of Githens Center (Burlington County Cerebral Palsy Association) is to provide programs and services that improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and thier family members. Githens Center is committed to providing a nurturing environment that fosters confidence, self-esteem, dignity and development to maximum potential.

The Children's Home
· phone: 609-267-1550  · fax: 609-261-5672  ·
· URL: http://www.childrens-home.org/
Established in 1864, The Children’s Home (TCH), a private, 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, provides residential treatment, special education, and emergency shelter for emotionally troubled youth in NJ. TCH operates The Mary A. Dobbins School, a NJ approved special education school, on its Pine Street campus in Mt Holly. TCH also operates Mercer House emergency shelter, in Ewing Township NJ.

Eastampton PTA
· phone: 609-267-9172  · fax: 609-261-6703  ·
· URL: http://www.EastamptonPTA.net
Eastampton Community School Parent Teacher Association

F. W. Holbein School

Folwell School

Folwell School PTO
· phone: 609-267-0071 x5600  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/Folwell_PTO/
We are the Parent Teachers Organization for the Gertrude Folwell Elementary School in Mount Holly,NJ 2007-2008 Executive Board Members Jen Hopwood-President Tara Bodnar-Vice President Christina Lombardo-Treasurer Jen Loesch-Recording Secretary Dawn Haremza-Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Lewis- Teacher Liaison

John Brainerd School

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

Society for Poets of Southern New Jersey
· phone: 856-468-4794  · fax: 856-881-9338  ·
· URL: http://community.nj.com/cc/socpoetsofsnj
A group in existence for 23 years. We hold Poetry Outreach Educational Time (P.O.E.T.) Programs in Mount Holly and South Jersey Schools. We meet the last Fri. of each month, Woodbury Friends Meeting House, 124 N. Broad. Come and share your love of poetry!

R.E.B.E.L.
· phone: 609-261-0001  · fax: 609-261-5854  ·
· URL: http://www.njnotforsale.com
REBEL (Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies) NJ's teens against tobacco movement.

Rancocas Valley Regional High School

· URL: http://www.rancocasvalley.k12.nj.us/

ReJOYce Christian School
· phone: 609-267-1443  ·
Christian Preschool with extended before and afterschool care for children located in the surrounding areas, Mt. Holly, Hainepsort, Lumberton etc.

Sacred Heart Religious Education Program
· phone: 609-267-6319  · fax: 609-518-9010  ·
· URL: http://www.dyneserv.com/shrepmh
Formerly called "CCD," for the Catholic religious education of public school students in grades K-8. Also offers a Vacation Bible School.

Sacred Heart School
· phone: 609-267-1728  · fax: 609-267-1728  ·
· URL: http://www.sacred-heart-school.org
Sacred Heart School is a PreK-8 regional Catholic educational institution serving the communities of Burlington County under the direction of the Office of Catholic Education of the Diocese of Trenton. Our school is accredited by the Commission on Elementary Schools of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Sonshine Learning Center
· phone: 609-261-5311  · fax: 609-267-9205
· URL: http://www.sonshinelearningcenter.org
Sonshine Learning Center is licensed through the State of New Jersey. We are an outreach ministry of First United Methodist Church of Mount Holly. Our mission is to provide a loving, caring, and a challenging age appropriate Christian Environment for the children of the community.

Timothy Christian Academy
· phone: 609-261-9578  · fax: 609-261-7122  ·
A Christian Pre-School through eighth grade with a population of 250 students. Average 18 per class.


Scouts   return to top of page

Boy Scout Troop 36
· phone: 609-2610089  ·

Boy Scouts Troop 32
  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/scouts32
Boy scout Troop. For boys 11 years to 18 years. Part of Quaksen District Burlington County Council.

Scouts BSA Troop 32
  ·
· URL: http://boyscouttroop32.clubspaces.com
The digital home of Boy Scout Troop 32. Here you can see what we've done, where we've done it and what we'll do next! Go Scouting!

Cub Scout Pack 80

· URL: http://cubscoutpack80.clubspaces.com
Cub Scout Pack 80 often meets in the School Gymnasium of Sacred Heart Church, 260 High Street, Mount Holly. Our members advance into Boy Scout Troop 32, also of Sacred Heart Church. We are affiliated with the BSA Burlington Council of New Jersey.


Social Service   return to top of page

The Family Success Center of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4001  · fax: 609-267-4008  ·
referral and resource center for residents of the burlington county area

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-4571  · fax: 609-261-2147  ·
· URL: http://www.affordablehomesgroup.com
The Affordable Homes Group, Inc. provides a wide range of housing and social services for lower income people, including the homeless

Al-Anon/Alateen of South Jersey
· phone: 856-547-0855  ·
· URL: http://southjerseyal-anon.org
help and hope for families and friends of problem drinkers.

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Burlington Comprehensive Counseling, Inc.
· phone: 609-267-3610  · fax: 609-267-9692  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/counseling/
Outpatient medication assisted therapy for opiate users.

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

The Children's Home
· phone: 609-267-1550  · fax: 609-261-5672  ·
· URL: http://www.childrens-home.org/
Established in 1864, The Children’s Home (TCH), a private, 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, provides residential treatment, special education, and emergency shelter for emotionally troubled youth in NJ. TCH operates The Mary A. Dobbins School, a NJ approved special education school, on its Pine Street campus in Mt Holly. TCH also operates Mercer House emergency shelter, in Ewing Township NJ.

GFWC Woman's League of Mount Holly
· phone: 609-261-4215  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/women/
A service organization serving the Greater Mt. Holly area. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church, 125 Garden Street, Mt. Holly, NJ.

H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Evolve, Inc.)
· phone: 856-234-2200
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/hope/
Support and information for recently widowed men and women of all ages.

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

Oasis of Life Family Deliverance Church
· phone: 609-2614261  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/oasisoflifechurch/
Pentecostal church to meet the holistic needs of the community.

Rancocas Valley Lacrosse League
· phone: 609-267-2307  · fax: 856-672-1040  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/lax/
Non-profit Lacrosse League for boys 18 and younger. Purpose is to provide safe alternatives to all youth in the communities of Rancocas Valley. The league invites those who are disabled, disadvantaged, and potentially at-risk. At this point corporate sponsors are needed to provide equipment, officials cost, and related expenses. Registration required and all players MUST be members of US Lacrosse for insurance purposes. Click on registration link below and mail or fax the completed form to the RV League.

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society
· phone: 609-267-9600  · fax: 609-267-3580  ·
· URL: http://www.dioceseoftrenton.org/justice/stvincent.asp
A regionally-centralized charity outlet, supported by the Rancocas Valley Clergy Association, that assists the local needy.

South Jersey Survivors of Violent Crimes, Inc.
· phone: 856-866-2066
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/survivors/
Provides grants and no-interest loans to victims/survivors of violent crimes to help reduce the financial, physical and emotional impact of victimization. Advocacy and prevention/education programs. Kathleen Garcia or Kathleen Hiltner

The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
· phone: 609-261-4571  · fax: 609-261-2147  ·
· URL: http://www.affordablehomesgroup.com
We are a multi-faceted housing and social service organization that provides emergency Shelter / transitional housing for the homeless; affordable rental housing; home buyer education and counseling; and affordable home ownership for lower income families and individuals. We construct new and remodel existing housing and specialize in environmentally responsible, sustainable "green" construction.

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.

Young Life of South Jersey
· phone: 856-235-1732
Interdenominational Christian high school outreach


Wildlife   return to top of page

P.A.W.S. Farm Nature Center
· phone: 856-778-8795
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/paws/
Refuge for injured and orphaned wildlife sponsored by the Preservation and Wildlife Society. Open to the public Wed-Sun (10 AM to 4 PM), the Center provides nature trails and "touch and feel" exhibits where children are allowed to feed and pet some of the animals. P.A.W.S. also operates traveling shows that take live animals to schools and geriatric centers. Non-profit organization run by volunteers.


Women Services   return to top of page

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

misc/law
· phone: 609-562-0664  · fax: 609-562-0699  ·
· URL: http://ww.aol.com
to help the neighorhood crimewatch and more

National Organization for Women
· phone: 856-778-8320
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/community/now/
Alice Paul Chapter Works for political, social and economic equality. Free newsletters, program meetings, library attorney and other referals. Women's divorce information kit and support group.

Partners in Learning
· phone: 609-702-1686  · fax: 609-702-1687  ·
· URL: http://www.mountholly.com/pil/
Partners in Learning provides educational and behavioral services to schildren with autism and their families. We provide socials skills training, sibling programs and parent support programs. We also provide professional workshops on state-of the art teaching strategies. Our sister program in Williamstown is an inclusive preschool.

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources

United Way of Burlington County
· phone: 609-267-4500  · fax: 609-267-4146  ·
· URL: http://www.uwburlington.org
United Way of Burlington County is bringing people together to make our community stronger.

Woman's Opportunity Center/Family 'Y'
· phone: 856-234-6200
Ongoing computer classes for the general public, including Windows 98, Internet I & II; job skills and workshops


Youth Services   return to top of page

The Creative Arts Organization
· phone: 856-366-7018  ·
· URL: http://www.thecreativearts.org
The Creative Arts Organization is a small non-profit organization that provides after school visual, performing, and mentor programs to public school students in grades 1st thru 12th.

Belmont Homes Housing Program
· phone: 609-518-7082  · fax: 609-518-1191  ·
To provide housing in a safe and decent environment, with guidance and supportive services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. The ultimate goal is to have clients obtain housing and/or become homeowners, by giving the necessary guidance and support needed to meet their goals.

Boy Scouts of America Troop 36
  ·
· URL: http://troop-36.org
Troop 36 has been in downtown Mount Holly since 1947. We meet every Tuesday evening at First Presbyterian Church on Garden Street. The Boy Scouts are the nation's premier youth organization in developing character, leadership, and citizenship in young men. If you're between the ages of 11 and 17 come and check us out!

Scouts BSA Troop 32
  ·
· URL: http://boyscouttroop32.clubspaces.com
The digital home of Boy Scout Troop 32. Here you can see what we've done, where we've done it and what we'll do next! Go Scouting!

Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps
· phone: 609-265-5468  · fax: 609-702-7180  ·
· URL: http://www.njmrc.nj.gov/hcpr/
The Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer workforce of health professionals and community volunteers serving the citizens of Burlington County in the event of a public health emergency. Volunteers must be US citizens and reside or work in Burlington County. Volunteers with skills in healthcare, interpretation, social work and religious counseling are especially needed. Training provided. Nursing contact hours and CEUs available for most training. Volunteers and their families are part of

Crossroads Programs Inc.
· phone: 609-609-880-0210   ·
· URL: http://www.crossroadsprograms.org
Crossroads Programs provides residential and support services to area homeless, abused and abandoned youth. We are a community-based, non-profit agency. Our primary goal is to provide safe housing for displaced youth. We operate 6 residential programs and 3 community-based programs. We serve boys and girls, from birth to age 21, including teen moms and pregnant teens. We help promote healthy youth development, provide a sense of worth and belonging, and reduce the stress and symptoms of abuse and/or ab

Delaware Valley Assembly #65, IORG

· URL: http://gorainbow.org or http://angelfire.com/nj4nj_iorg
Fraternal/community service oriented organization for girls ages 11-21. Affiliated with the Masons and Eastern Star

Life Opportunities Inc
· phone: 609-735-2249  · fax: 609-283-0815  ·
· URL: http://www.lifeopportunitiesinc.org
Life Opportunities Inc, is a non profit organizatin that provides resources and services to youth and young adults.

Mount Holly Library
· phone: 609-267-7111  ·
· URL: http://www.mtholly.lib.nj.us
This is a historic library, the descendant of the Library Company of Bridgetown,(1765)(the original name for Mount Holly)and the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences. (1860) The library is located in the Langstaff Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This library features a variety of local history resources and programs, as well as educational programs for children, including a weekly story hour at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday mornings.

R.E.B.E.L.
· phone: 609-261-0001  · fax: 609-261-5854  ·
· URL: http://www.njnotforsale.com
REBEL (Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies) NJ's teens against tobacco movement.

South Jersey Outreach Ministries
· phone: 609-265-9000  · fax: 609-265-9050  ·
· URL: http://sjoministries.net
SJOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and has tangibly affected the community through its outreach programs. We provide food, clothing, and help assist in finding shelter. We offer homeownership education, housing counseling, family counseling, assist Veterans with their benefit entitlements, marriage counseling, support groups, and youth programs to fit all ages. We will help with mortgage negotiation to stop foreclosure on homes. We partnership with many organizations to help with our resources

 

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