Volunteers 2013

The volunteers are the life-line of Cops ‘n’ Kids. The dedicated commitment of volunteers lets the children know that they are important, are valued and that the community cares about them and their future. By giving the children access to books, the doors of knowledge and inspiration are opened that allow children to dream of who they may become. Most importantly, volunteers provide the gift of personal time and attention through reading that a child may not otherwise receive.

Volunteers may serve in several ways:

  • Pick up/deliver books
  • Sort and label books
  • Monitor the Cops’ n’ Kids Reading Room.
  • Read to children in the Reading Room or program partner sites
  • Participate in programs/events for children and families.
  • Coordinate book drives


Cops ‘n’ Kids Volunteer Application

Download the Application as a Word document that you can complete and attach to an email, or print and send by regular mail.

Download the Application as a PDF file that you can print and then fill in by hand.

Volunteer Highlights

Eva Pierson| Neighbor Helping Neighbor

Eva Pierson| Neighbor Helping Neighbor

One young West Ward resident saw a way to help her community and rose to the challenge.  Five year-old Eva…

Meaghan Ickes

Meaghan Ickes

Meaghan Ickes, a high school Girl Scout member of Troop 856, spent a large part of the summer conducting a…

Berry Steiner

Berry Steiner

Berry has a magical gift of sharing stories and delightful songs full of joy with her sidekick, her ukulele.  Her…

Susan McNeil

Susan McNeil

Utilizing her professional skills as a retired teacher and abiding interest in the children’s early education process, Sue shares her…

Claire Hsu

Claire Hsu

Claire Hsu, a senior at Easton Area High School, began volunteering with the Cops ‘n’ Kids of Easton when she…

Walter J. Howell, Jr.

Walter J. Howell, Jr.

Walter J. Howell, Jr. , a native of Phillipsburg, NJ, and graduate of Phillipsburg High School in 1968, moved to…