Our volunteers provide advocacy, emotional support, and a variety of enrichment opportunities for the children and youth in our care. By volunteering you not only provide a lifeline to children and families’ experiencing crisis, but it also serves as a helpful foundation to increase your knowledge and understanding of Camelot’s mission and values.
We thank all community members interested in joining our mission, and truly value your time and support. There are a number of ways you can take part as a Camelot volunteer that may work around your needs and schedule.
Scouting Projects: for those working on merit badges (Gold, Silver or Eagle)
Special Event Partners: for individuals or groups that would like to help at Camelot fundraising events such as event set-up, registration or auction assistants.
Youth Mentor Partners: for those volunteers who are interested in mentoring as a Camelot volunteer; completed a specialized application; have cleared a background check; and who have completed a mentorship training requirement.
Becoming a Camelot Volunteer
As you consider volunteering with us know that all are welcome to apply as an individual, as a group with friends and associates, or anyone else over the age of 16 as long as a parent/guardian co-sign the application. A one-year commitment is expected unless otherwise indicated, and volunteers must successfully complete orientation and training.