HUMC Partnerships


Respond, Inc.

Respond operates a senior adult center in North Camden, offering programs, activities and events to enrich seniors’ lives and help them stay active and healthy. Seniors are served a nutritious lunch each day and have access to health and social services. Programs throughout the year may include:

  • computer workshops
  • exercise classes
  • art and music classes
  • […]


Urban Promise

Individual volunteer opportunities are available throughout the week—during the day and evening—and include tutoring teens in the job training program, assisting with administrative and clerical work in the development office, and serving as an aide in an elementary classroom. Read on for more specific volunteer needs at UrbanPromise.

Current needs are:

  • lunch aids
  • after-school tutors
  • classroom […]

Interfaith Homeless Outreach Council

Interfaith Homeless Outreach Council provides effective outreach to homeless persons in Camden County.  IHOC’s also runs the Homeless Hospitality Network, which serves up to twelve men in an extended program.  The Homeless Hospitality Network runs from November until May, during which time homeless men, are housed with various member congregations. […]


Respond, Inc.

Respond, Inc. was founded in 1967 to promote the well-being of the residents of Camden, NJ, through initiatives including job training, childcare, youth employment preparation, affordable housing, elder care, and assistance to people without homes. 532 State Street

Camden, NJ 08102 Website >


The Neighborhood Center

The Neighborhood Center is a non-profit social service agency in Camden that strives to build relationships with individuals and families to earn the right to share The Gospel. Through child care, after school and summer enrichment programs, senior adults, a soup kitchen, and an emergency food bank, they minister to the physical and spiritual needs of […]


A Future with Hope

Partners with the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) to repair and rebuild homes, communities, organizations and systems by strengthening community leadership, engaging neighborhood people, and releasing local assets in areas of New Jersey effected by Superstorm sandy.