.. and the recent COVID crisis has shone a spotlight on hygiene access. In partnership with Elijah’s Promise, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers School of Environment and Biological Sciences, The United Methodist Church at New Brunswick, and the New Brunswick Coalition of Faith Leaders ARM is pleased to present our Mobile Handwashing Station in New Brunswick.
The Mobile Dignity Station operates daily at the United Methodist Church located at 323 George Street starting Mothers Day, May 10th in conjunction with their feeding program. Currently this location will provide: hygiene access, care packs, health education, free masks, and more from 5:30pm - 7:30pm
ARM provides much needed personal hygiene and human services to homeless people in Middlesex County with the goal of raising each person's self-esteem and ultimately his/her quality of life.
ARM was born out of a push to do more. Most of our founders were Rutgers University Alumni and we often found that student engagement was limited to very scripted activities that treat philanthropy as a reactive rather than a proactive endeavor. We were tired of doing the least we could do, so we fixed that. ARM currently operates several events a year that focus on putting the wonderful private institutions that make New Brunswick and Middlesex County unique back to the service of its citizens. Oh, and did we mention, we want to retrofit a metro bus to bring free showers and connect service providers to guests! #JointheARMy and let's fight to make our community a little better, together.
Health & Medicine
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
Multiple LocationsNew Brunswick, NJ08901
August 12, 2020
Food Delivery / Distribution
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Each shift is approximately two hours.
After 2 shifts volunteers can qualify to be a shift co-captain and focus on health education and volunteer management.