Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Red Willow. No matter what your age, talents or time limits, we have ways for you to volunteer at the Bible Camp. Volunteers are really at the heart of the camp.  Thanks to the many church and youth groups, family adoptions and individual effort, the camp has seen quite a transformation in the past three years!

Need an idea of how you can volunteer at camp? Here are some ways folks have been involved in our ministry:

Adopt a Cabin or Room

If your family or church group is looking for a service project, adopt a cabin or a theme room. Some provide the materials and labor. Some groups will provide the volunteers when the materials are provided.

2015 Red Willow Week 1 65Fall/Spring Cleanup

Each year a few church groups come to camp to rake leaves, plant flowers and do other upkeep. We can always use more groups to help with the never ending upkeep of the buildings and grounds.

Quilt Auction

This event brings out the most volunteers. Men and women donate items to our annual fall quilt auction and also work to sell raffle tickets and work at the camp the weekend of the event. See our calendar for more information…

Special Talents

If you are a welder, carpenter, can pour concrete, install windows and doors or possess one of a variety of other useful talents, we have a place for you at the camp. We have a shop full of donated windows that could be installed to replace ones that no longer open. We need concrete walking paths to connect the new accessible girl’s cabin to the bath house and retreat center.

2015 Red Willow Week 1 67Painting, Cleaning and General Upkeep

This is a constant need, and can be done in the retreat center all year long.

Counselor in Training (CIT)

The Counselor In Training (CIT) program is a program for youth who are entering grades 10-12. We ask that you attend Amp! Camp, which provides a week of training to equip you to work with the other summer staff and campers. You will learn how to help with and lead Bible studies, worship, campfire, games, and nightly devotionals. This is an excellent way to prepare for a future as a counselor or program staff leader. Please call the Program Director at the camp for more information.

Discovery Camp Volunteer

Each year we depend on up to 10 volunteers (High School aged, college, or adult) to assist with our Discovery Camp for campers with mental and/or physical disabilities. Click here for more information on becoming a volunteer!