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Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ Needs a Volunteer
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The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ needs a volunteer one or two days a week to help the organization GROW. The Foundation is the nonprofit arm of the NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Nongame Species Program (NJENSP). NJENSP is responsible for the stewardship of more than 70 of New Jersey's endangered and threatened species. NJENSP receives no dedicated state funding but relies on revenues from the Conserve Wildlife license plates, the state tax check-off, and contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. The Conserve Wildlife Foundation provides NJENSP with fundraising assistance and conducts public education and community outreach initiatives to raise awareness of the need for rare wildlife conservation.

You can help make a difference in the future of our wildlife by joining us a few hours a week to support our fundraising and education programs. Specifics: Light office work. Basic computer skills needed. Flexible hours Monday through Friday, between 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Located in government offices on State Street in Trenton. Parking privileges included. Please call Pat Shapella for more information at 609-292-3707 or send e-mail to Patricia.Shapella@dep.state.nj.us.



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