What we're about

AQUA Corps is a non-profit organization for adults who want to volunteer together! We aim to create positive change in those we serve from vulnerable populations and in the lives of our volunteers. AQUA facilitates these transformative experiences by creating volunteer events in the trenches of underserved communities in unique and memorable ways.

We hold community service events monthly for various different populations and causes! We do everything from dinners for the homeless to raising money for needy families. We are always looking for new project ideas too! We always welcome new volunteers who want to volunteer their time to help others while learning about those we help! For more information on our organization, check out www.aquacorps.org. Questions or Ideas? Contact the President, Andrea Brooks, at abrooks@aquacorps.org or at 856-366-4494.

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Upcoming events (4+)

Serving Meals to Camden Needy

St Paul's Episcopal Church

We are returning to SERVING meals!!
Starting in September we will be back upstairs in the kitchen, preparing and serving meals in person!

I know many of you have been eager to get back to this, and it's finally here!

The health and safety of our volunteers and guests are the top priority, and to that end we and the church are implementing procedures to keep everyone safe.

The way we will be managing serving and safety is as such;

The volunteers will stay back in the Kitchen and Staging area.

The guests will be seated in the dining area, only 4 to a table to maintain some distance and not have the dining room too crowded.

Volunteers will plate full meals in the staging area, and a separate group of people (church volunteers) will run the food out to the guests at the tables.
After the first group of guests finish their meal they will leave and the next group will come in.


Some other options for people who want either more or less interaction with our guests -
Volunteers are welcome to drop off food and/or help plate the meals, but leave before the guests arrive.

Or, if you would prefer to more closely interact with the guests you are welcome to be a runner/server as well.


We want to balance flexibility of your comfort level with safety of everyone.

All volunteers must wear masks, and we ask that you do not come if you are not feeling well or running a fever.


Our volunteer group brings food to serve[masked] people in need in the Camden area! Please bring a dish or food item to serve our guests. See the list of food items below.
Food should be already prepared. We have a kitchen to re-heat food, but it should already be cooked.

We will arrive at 3:30 and begin prepping, re-heating, and putting out the food. We will plate full meals that runners will bring out to the guests in the dining room. The guests will arrive and come up to the dining room starting at 4:30.

Here is what we need, PLEASE POST IN COMMENTS what you are bringing.
Your dish should be approximately 20 servings.

* Main Dish (should include a protein) - examples; Pasta & meatballs, rice & chicken
* Side dish - Examples; Mac & Cheese, rice & beans, mashed potatoes
* Vegetable - Any and veggies are great!
* Salad
* Rolls
* Fruit - please bring 'soft' fruit that can travel, such as bananas, oranges, peaches, etc
* Desserts - anything at all. Homemade or store-bought is fine.

Please post in the comments what you are bringing!

Thank you very much, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Serving Meals to Camden Needy

St Paul's Episcopal Church

We are returning to SERVING meals!!
Starting in September we will be back upstairs in the kitchen, preparing and serving meals in person!

I know many of you have been eager to get back to this, and it's finally here!

The health and safety of our volunteers and guests are the top priority, and to that end we and the church are implementing procedures to keep everyone safe.

The way we will be managing serving and safety is as such;

The volunteers will stay back in the Kitchen and Staging area.

The guests will be seated in the dining area, only 4 to a table to maintain some distance and not have the dining room too crowded.

Volunteers will plate full meals in the staging area, and a separate group of people (church volunteers) will run the food out to the guests at the tables.
After the first group of guests finish their meal they will leave and the next group will come in.


Some other options for people who want either more or less interaction with our guests -
Volunteers are welcome to drop off food and/or help plate the meals, but leave before the guests arrive.

Or, if you would prefer to more closely interact with the guests you are welcome to be a runner/server as well.


We want to balance flexibility of your comfort level with safety of everyone.

All volunteers must wear masks, and we ask that you do not come if you are not feeling well or running a fever.


Our volunteer group brings food to serve[masked] people in need in the Camden area! Please bring a dish or food item to serve our guests. See the list of food items below.
Food should be already prepared. We have a kitchen to re-heat food, but it should already be cooked.

We will arrive at 3:30 and begin prepping, re-heating, and putting out the food. We will plate full meals that runners will bring out to the guests in the dining room. The guests will arrive and come up to the dining room starting at 4:30.

Here is what we need, PLEASE POST IN COMMENTS what you are bringing.
Your dish should be approximately 20 servings.

* Main Dish (should include a protein) - examples; Pasta & meatballs, rice & chicken
* Side dish - Examples; Mac & Cheese, rice & beans, mashed potatoes
* Vegetable - Any and veggies are great!
* Salad
* Rolls
* Fruit - please bring 'soft' fruit that can travel, such as bananas, oranges, peaches, etc
* Desserts - anything at all. Homemade or store-bought is fine.

Please post in the comments what you are bringing!

Thank you very much, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Serving Meals to Camden Needy

St Paul's Episcopal Church

We are returning to SERVING meals!!
Starting in September we will be back upstairs in the kitchen, preparing and serving meals in person!

I know many of you have been eager to get back to this, and it's finally here!

The health and safety of our volunteers and guests are the top priority, and to that end we and the church are implementing procedures to keep everyone safe.

The way we will be managing serving and safety is as such;

The volunteers will stay back in the Kitchen and Staging area.

The guests will be seated in the dining area, only 4 to a table to maintain some distance and not have the dining room too crowded.

Volunteers will plate full meals in the staging area, and a separate group of people (church volunteers) will run the food out to the guests at the tables.
After the first group of guests finish their meal they will leave and the next group will come in.


Some other options for people who want either more or less interaction with our guests -
Volunteers are welcome to drop off food and/or help plate the meals, but leave before the guests arrive.

Or, if you would prefer to more closely interact with the guests you are welcome to be a runner/server as well.


We want to balance flexibility of your comfort level with safety of everyone.

All volunteers must wear masks, and we ask that you do not come if you are not feeling well or running a fever.


Our volunteer group brings food to serve[masked] people in need in the Camden area! Please bring a dish or food item to serve our guests. See the list of food items below.
Food should be already prepared. We have a kitchen to re-heat food, but it should already be cooked.

We will arrive at 3:30 and begin prepping, re-heating, and putting out the food. We will plate full meals that runners will bring out to the guests in the dining room. The guests will arrive and come up to the dining room starting at 4:30.

Here is what we need, PLEASE POST IN COMMENTS what you are bringing.
Your dish should be approximately 20 servings.

* Main Dish (should include a protein) - examples; Pasta & meatballs, rice & chicken
* Side dish - Examples; Mac & Cheese, rice & beans, mashed potatoes
* Vegetable - Any and veggies are great!
* Salad
* Rolls
* Fruit - please bring 'soft' fruit that can travel, such as bananas, oranges, peaches, etc
* Desserts - anything at all. Homemade or store-bought is fine.

Please post in the comments what you are bringing!

Thank you very much, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Serving Meals to Camden Needy

St Paul's Episcopal Church

We are returning to SERVING meals!!
Starting in September we will be back upstairs in the kitchen, preparing and serving meals in person!

I know many of you have been eager to get back to this, and it's finally here!

The health and safety of our volunteers and guests are the top priority, and to that end we and the church are implementing procedures to keep everyone safe.

The way we will be managing serving and safety is as such;

The volunteers will stay back in the Kitchen and Staging area.

The guests will be seated in the dining area, only 4 to a table to maintain some distance and not have the dining room too crowded.

Volunteers will plate full meals in the staging area, and a separate group of people (church volunteers) will run the food out to the guests at the tables.
After the first group of guests finish their meal they will leave and the next group will come in.


Some other options for people who want either more or less interaction with our guests -
Volunteers are welcome to drop off food and/or help plate the meals, but leave before the guests arrive.

Or, if you would prefer to more closely interact with the guests you are welcome to be a runner/server as well.


We want to balance flexibility of your comfort level with safety of everyone.

All volunteers must wear masks, and we ask that you do not come if you are not feeling well or running a fever.


Our volunteer group brings food to serve[masked] people in need in the Camden area! Please bring a dish or food item to serve our guests. See the list of food items below.
Food should be already prepared. We have a kitchen to re-heat food, but it should already be cooked.

We will arrive at 3:30 and begin prepping, re-heating, and putting out the food. We will plate full meals that runners will bring out to the guests in the dining room. The guests will arrive and come up to the dining room starting at 4:30.

Here is what we need, PLEASE POST IN COMMENTS what you are bringing.
Your dish should be approximately 20 servings.

* Main Dish (should include a protein) - examples; Pasta & meatballs, rice & chicken
* Side dish - Examples; Mac & Cheese, rice & beans, mashed potatoes
* Vegetable - Any and veggies are great!
* Salad
* Rolls
* Fruit - please bring 'soft' fruit that can travel, such as bananas, oranges, peaches, etc
* Desserts - anything at all. Homemade or store-bought is fine.

Please post in the comments what you are bringing!

Thank you very much, and we look forward to seeing you there!

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Serving Meals to Camden Needy

St Paul's Episcopal Church

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