ABOUT US 

Founded in 1968, ProJeCt of Easton is an Easton, PA based nonprofit organization with a mission of building a better community by helping people help themselves. Education is key to our mission and we offer a system of education support services to help clients break the cycle of poverty. ​

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CONTACT 

Administrative Office

320 Ferry St., Easton, PA 18042

Phone: 610-258-4361

Email: tharper@projecteaston.org

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ProJeCt of Easton Best Place to Voluntee

Volunteer

Welcome to ProJeCt of Easton, where our mission is to build a better community by helping people help themselves. With the help of volunteers like you, we prepare individuals to succeed in work, school, and life. We believe our service to our clients and sensitivity to their rights and needs will and must be paramount. Maturity, a sense of responsibility, and devotion to our clients’ needs and services are expected of all volunteers. 

Thank you for choosing to volunteer at ProJeCt! The donation of your time, talents, and energy helps us reach more than 5,000 greater Lehigh Valley residents each year. We are excited to have your help in our efforts to address the issues faced by the disadvantaged in our community.

To get started, please fill out our Volunteer Application

E-mail completed form to tharper@projecteaston.org or mail to Tom Harper, 

320 Ferry St., Easton PA 18042.

Current opportunities include:

Administration

  • Reception / Administrative Support: Welcome clients to the office, record data into spreadsheets, create/edit documents, answering phone calls 

Shifts are available during the following days/times: Mondays-Fridays from 8:30am-4:30pm

Food Pantry

  • Reception / Administrative Support: Welcome clients to the office, record data into spreadsheets, create/edit documents, answering phone calls 

  • Food Pantry Shopping Assistant: Work directly with the clients who depend on our Food Pantry to help make ends meet and make a difference in the lives of families, senior citizens, and people with disabilities

  • Food Pantry Distribution Runner: Provide assistance in stocking the shelves, helping clients who need assistance taking groceries to their vehicles, and taking donations to the storage area for processing

Shifts are available during the following days/times: Mondays from 9:30am-1pm & Thursdays from 9:30am-4pm

Fowler Literacy Center

  • Reception / Administrative Support: Welcome clients to the office, record data into spreadsheets, create/edit documents, answering phone calls 

  • Adult Education Tutor: Meet with adult learners for a minimum of 3 hours per week on a one-on-one basis, in small groups, or during classes; Bachelor's Degree Required 

  • Adult Education Classroom Assistant: Provide assistance to teachers during classes, meet with adult learners in small groups or one-on-one Current College Student or Associate’s Degree Required

  • Mentorship Program: Present to a class of Adult Education students about your career, field of expertise, or other applicable employment skills

  • Grounds/Gardening: Maintain the community garden by seeding, planting, weeding, and harvesting; assist with upkeep of garden

Shifts vary based on classroom schedules

 

Contact 

Building a better community by helping people help themselves since 1968

ProJeCt focuses on creating long-term, measurable, and sustainable solutions to poverty

We rely on many volunteers who graciously donate their time, talents, and energy to our programs and events

All of our services are free of charge thanks to generous donors and community partners