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Volunteer Services



Phone Numbers:  912-573-4714 or 912-467-1380

If you are interested in volunteering to serve your community, please contact your command Navy Community Service Program (NCSP) or volunteer coordinator, your command master chief, or contact the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay NCSP director at 912-573-4960 or 912-467-1380.

Current Opportunities:

Habitat for Humanity (Project Good Neighbor).  Habitat is always in need of volunteers either at the current housing project or at their RESTORE facility. Volunteers can help out any day of the week. To find out how you can be part of their projects call 912-573-4960.

The NCSP promotes volunteerism and community service to assist in the education and enrichment of the nation's youth and communities and in revitalizing citizenry. It consists of five programs:

  • Project Good Neighbor
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Personal Excellence Program
  • Health, Safety and Fitness
  • Campaign Drug Free

For more information call 912-573-4960.


  • Category: Project Good Neighbor

What: Camden House (Domestic Violence Center)
Organization: U.S. Navy and other Community Partners
Where: Multiple Opportunities
When: Ongoing
POC: 912-882-7858 or

  • Category: Project Good Neighbor

What: Big Brothers Big Sisters
Organization: U.S. Navy and other Community Partners
Where: Multiple Opportunities in Camden County, N.E. Florida
When: Ongoing
POC: 904-261-9500

  • Category: Environmental Stewardship

What: Adopt-A-Highway
When: Ongoing
POC: 912-573-4960, or

  • Category: Personal Excellence Partnership

What: Adopt-A-School
When: Ongoing
POC: Command adopt-a-school or volunteer coordinator, command master chief, 912-573-4960, or

Committed To Excellence

Kings Bay's military and civilian workers remain dedicated to achieving excellence on the job. They also, in concert with family members and neighbors in our community, dedicate thousands of hours annually to volunteer projects on and off base.

Above, Kings Bay volunteers help unload food for a Second Harvest Food Distribution. Volunteers unloaded food from trucks and then separated food into individual bags for local families.

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