Resources for Families
Social Services for Children and Families
The Burlington Township Food Pantry’s Mission is to provide food assistance to those who live, work or worship in Burlington Township.Weekly food distribution is every Wednesday 9-11 a.m.
Our County Health Department contracts with all 40 local Boards of Health in Burlington County to provide Burlington County residents with a variety of health related programs and services to safeguard our residents well being.
Lists County Boards of Social Services and contact information. Provides information regarding services and programs for individuals and families.
The Family Support Organization of Burlington County was established in 2001 and provides one-on-one peer support, education and advocacy to parents or primary caregivers of children enrolled in Partners For Kids and Families. The Family Support Organization also serves the community by offering free parenting enhancement workshops, support groups, assists parents in obtaining help for their child in the mental health system and in schools.
A faith-inspired social services organization, founded in 1913 with a mission to alleviate human suffering located at 801 Burlington Avenue, Delanco, NJ 08075, 856-764-6940 or 6945 x 128.
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Burlington County (IHNBC) is a non-profit interfaith organization committed to a united outreach by the religious community in Burlington County providing shelter, meals and assistance to homeless families. Its program provides help, hope and a safe haven for our guests while they seek affordable housing. About Interfaith Hospitality Network nationwide.
The mission of the New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition (NJAHC) is to end hunger in New Jersey through education, advocacy and activism. Provides listing of Burlington County Food Pantries.
Burlington Township Community Links
Burlington Township Foundation - including all family associations and other parent groups.
851 Old York Road, Burlington Township, NJ 08016, Phone 609.386.4444
The Burlington Township Police Department provides superior law enforcement services to the citizens of Burlington Township by delivering police services and by building community partnerships.
Formed on March 19, 1940, the Burlington Township Fire Department serves approximately 20,000 residents in a 14.72 square mile area. Burlington Township is roughly halfway between Trenton and Camden NJ, with portions bordered by the Delaware River.
The Endeavor Emergency Squad is the non-profit (IRS 501(c)3) organization providing emergency medical and rescue services to Burlington City and Burlington Township.
The Burlington Township Green Team, which was established in July 2009 by the Governing Body, is a group of appointed volunteers that will review and evaluate sustainable initiatives and make recommendations to the Mayor & Council regarding the feasibility of implementing these initiatives with the goal of creating a greener, more sustainable community that meets the present needs of its citizens without compromising the ability to provide for its future generations.Welcome back all Burlington Township High School Alumni!
Burlington Township Dollars for Scholars - BT DFS is a non-profit organization founded in 1988, whose purpose is to provide scholarships for deserving BT graduates.
The Educational Technology Training Center (ETTC) of Burlington County offers professional development for teachers on the integration of technology tools in grade K through 12 classrooms.