Teens, retirees and part-time employees are doing it. So are career-track workers, college students, single parents and entrepreneurs. They are volunteering their skills, interests and experience, and they are making a difference.
If you have a skill to share, an interest in people and a wish to lend a hand, then NOVA can use your help.
NOVA (Network of Victim Assistance), a non-profit agency that provides comprehensive services to victims of crime in Bucks County, receives funding for its free services from county, state and federal grants, as well as foundation, private donor and United Way contributions. But while demands for NOVA services are increasing, recent years have seen significant cuts in governmental support.
NOVA relies on dedicated volunteers to fill the resulting gap between “need” and “availability.”