East Brunswick
Youth Council

 

Activities: Community Service

 

Community Service is one of the most rewarding experiences!

Youth Council members have been able to help East Brunswick in so many aspects. Community Service is a fun way to get to know a bunch of people while helping those who are less fortunate. By participating you can earn a number of community service hours that can be placed on your official high school transcript.

6th Annual Daisy Halloween Carnival - October 26, 2008. Photo Credit: Vadim Mironov Youth Council holds food drives to benefit Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services, helps the elementary schools with their special events, visits the residents at the Chelsea Senior Assisted Living facility, UNICEF, the DAISY Association, the Township of East Brunswick, the Library, Temple B'Nai Shalom, Ronald McDonald House, American Cancer Society and many other organizations.

In the 2009-2010 school year Youth Council members completed 7,398 community service hours.   East Brunswick Youth Council was the award recipient for the 2010 United Way Volunteer Group of the Year Award.

In the 2008-2009 school year Youth Council members completed 6,171 community service hours.

In the 2007-2008 school year Youth Council members completed 5,344 community service hours.  East Brunswick Youth Council was the award recipient for the 2007 Friends of Recreation, Parks & Community Service Award by the Township of East Brunswick in June 2007.

Fifteen Youth Council members were recognized by receiving The Good Deed Awards on May 29, 2008.

Fifteen Youth Council members were recognized by receiving The Good Deed Awards on June 15, 2009.