Be a Camp Dreamcatcher Volunteer!

Want to make a difference in the lives of children coping with HIV/AIDS? There are lots of ways you can help!!

Adopt-A-Family Program

Nearly all of the families we serve are low-income, leaving many of our parents and caregivers unable to provide their children with Holiday Gifts. You can help by filling the “wish list” of one of our families.

Camp Session is August 22nd – 29th, 2020

You can signup to be a volunteer by using Ultra Camp online or you can download the appropriate form application and mail it back, fax it back or email it back to us.

There are so Many Ways to Support Camp Dreamcatcher as a Volunteer

Full-Time Counselors
Requirements include attending HIV/AIDS & Diversity Training in Kennett Square in June and for two days in August at Camp Saginaw. Full-time counselors live in cabins with the campers and attend all programs.

Part-Time Counselor
You tell us when you are available! It can be a couple of days, every evening, one day, etc. Requirements include attending HIV/AIDS & Diversity training in Kennett Square in June and for two days in August at Camp Saginaw. You will be assigned to one specific cabin for the time that you are at camp.

Professional Volunteer
You can volunteer to help with our programming for the week.

  • Massage Therapists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Yoga Instructors
  • Life Guards
  • Group session facilitators (budget workshops, college application process)
  • Entertainers (Native American dancers/drummers, musicians, magicians, etc.)

Health Center Volunteers
Nurses, Nurse practitioners, Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Pharmacy/Nursing/Medical Students

General Volunteers
You can help with registration on Sunday, August 18th from 11am-4pm, or assist with programming during the week. (basketball, lacrosse, arts/crafts, fishing, canoeing, etc).

Student Volunteers
There are lots of opportunities for high school students to fulfill their community services hours.  Students can volunteer during the camp with recreational programs such as arts/crafts, basketball, fishing, canoeing, camper registration, etc.  Help is also needed during Summer Camp in the Kennett Square office with camp preparation and organizing for the camp session.