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.

Career Institute of Technology Volunteers

Cops ’n’ Kids of Easton thanks the Career Institute of Technology Skills USA members, Delilah Diaz, Kayla Weidner, Deisy Prudencio, Josh O’Bryon, Emma Wortman, and Alexis Johnson and their advisor, Susan Day, for the spirited generosity and support during the holiday season. Their collection of 1,700 books made it possible to provide wonderful books to children in need in addition to toys that they may have received from various other community organizations.  They set the example by collecting books from each of their home schools of Easton, Bangor, Pen Argyl, Nazareth and Wilson. This significant effort on their part shows that this is a community of people who care about the children and their future.

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Eagle Scout Award Project

Brendan Lubarsky

Brendan Lubarsky,17, Boy Scout Troop 29 member and a 2014 graduate from Notre Dame High School, diligently worked on his Eagle Scout Award project to benefit Cops ëní Kids of Easton. Brendan began his journey as a Cub Scout at age 7 and continued the past 11 years with one goal in mind, his Eagle Scout Award. Brendan wanted to center his project on helping the community in which he resides. The Cops ‘n’ Kids program is the one that Brendan felt very strongly about and decided to make that program his target. Brendan solicited a group of volunteers to help promote his project by handing out flyers and collecting books for the Reading Room. With hard work and dedication Brendan collected over 4,800 childrenís books. He proves that when a community pulls together, anything is possible.


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.