The Moncton Community Chaplaincy requires volunteers to act as one-on-one mentors; drive clients to appointments and or prison visitations; move furniture and effects from one residence to another; and to simply provide prayers for Chaplaincy work and workers. Training is provided to all volunteers prior to being placed into a specific volunteer role. All volunteers are required to fill out a volunteer application form and provide a current police check. For further information on becoming a Community Chaplaincy Volunteer please contact (506) 851-6384 or email us at contact@monctonchaplaincy.com.

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37 – 50 Challenge!

The Moncton Community Chaplaincy would like to throw a challenge out to everyone reading this post. We’re calling it the “37 – 50” Challenge! We are celebrating 37 years of community service this year – and are asking that “37” people pledge $50.00 a month for one year; this is a charitable donation that comes with a tax receipt. One hundred percent of all money raised goes directly towards supporting ex-offenders as they reintegrate back into the community. Please contact us if you are able to commit to making a difference in people’s lives.

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This population also needs stable housing, basic needs supported, access to a variety of community services, & plain ordinary friendships & mentors. The successful support and reintegration initiatives serve everyone.

The economy needs productive workers; these ex-offenders need work – they need to be given a chance to be employed and to have hope. The circles of support & accountability is one program that seeks to provide these needed services.

My previous work experience in crime prevention, my own PhD research with children & youth at-risk, & my years of volunteering as a community mentor for young offenders & older ex-offenders that some of the best things one can do to support both the personal growth & thriving of the ex/offender & to prevent crime is to help such vulnerable populations to reintegrate healthily into society.

Cathy Rogers

From having served on the Board of Directors for a few years, and knowing the hearts of the staff and board members, it is my pleasure to provide my personal perspective on the value of the work of the Chaplaincy program in the Greater Moncton area. I highly recommend involvement as a volunteer or financial contributor to this worthy, nonprofit organization that seeks to restore hope & life to those whose hope & life has been compromised.