The diverse non-profit agencies in Brick and the surrounding agencies make it easy to ACT LOCALLY by giving time, money and/or services to solve issues in our community.
The Brick Chamber has many non-profit members, all of whom welcome financial donations. In-kind gifts of products or services are very useful to non-profits. Many agencies also offer volunteer opportunities to become more involved.
If you are interested in supporting the non-profits in our local community, this page is a great place to start!
Please consider donating money, goods or time to one of our non-profit Chamber Members:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County
Big Brothers Big Sisters is a life changing preventive program that ultimately reduces the need for possible future juvenile justice and school disciplinary intervention when the child is older and/or becomes an adult.
Brick Morning Rotary Club
Brick Morning Rotary meets Wednesdays, 7:30am at Brick Diner.
Brick Township Rotary - Luncheon Club
Brick Township Rotary meets Thursdays,12:15pm at Woodlake Country Club.
C.A.S.A. of Ocean County
Since 2006, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Ocean County, an independent non-profit, has served as a voice in the courtroom for abused and neglected foster children. We recruit and train concerned citizens to serve as a CASA volunteer.
Circles of Love
Circles of Love creates knitted and crocheted baby sets to distribute to needy countries via the network of International Rotary clubs. To volunteer crafting or to donate supplies, please call 732-239-6928.
Dottie's House is a transitional housing facility designed to aid women and children who have survived domestic violence. We are proactively helping these families develop the life skills needed to become self-sufficient for their future financial and emotional independence.
The FoodBank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties is now Fulfill. We’ve changed our name, because we’re doing more than ever to change lives in our communities for the better.
Our new name reflects the fact that today we focus on more than food distribution. It reflects our commitment to fulfill more of the needs of our neighbors and win the battle against hunger. It reflects our comprehensive approach that goes beyond providing food and helps those in need get to a place where they can get back on their feet for good.
The OceanCares vision is that security, respect and the opportunity to pursue personal well being are available to everyone, regardless of their mental health status. We support the mission and programs of Ocean Mental Health Services through building community awareness, facilitating community support, promoting diversity of services, and embracing innovation.
Ocean’s Harbor House
Ocean’s Harbor House is dedicated to assisting homeless, runaway, abused, neglected and abandoned youth, ages 10-21. Our mission is to provide a safe haven and caring environment for vulnerable youth to enable them to unlock their potential and learn skills that will empower them to build healthier lives, relationships and futures.
Women’s Club of Brick Township, Inc.
Local GFWC Women's Club dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others by Living the Volunteer Spirit. New Members always Welcome!
The Brick Township Chamber of Commerce has an Educational Foundation which is a 501 (c) (3). non-profit. The Foundation granted $30,000 in scholarships to local students in 2017. Find out more HERE.