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March Mini Camp


There are many ways you can volunteer at Edmund Rice Camps WA!

Camp Leader

Opportunities are available for volunteers aged 1725 to participate in our program as Camp Leaders. 

For every child that attends a camp, there's a Camp Leader. The role of a leader on our many camps is more than purely recreation; leaders need to serve as a friend and mentor to the young people.

The continued support and involvement of our volunteers in these camps and other programs are vital to their success. We take the care of our children and the development of our volunteers very seriously, therefore, in order to be a Camp Leader you’ll need to complete preparation training sessions and complete a number of application forms. You'll find our preparation process interesting, fun and empowering as we ensure you feel competent and confident to provide the kind of experiences for children that we pride ourselves on.

Please contact Luke Alderslade, the Volunteer Coordinator at cvlswa@edmundrice.org for an application pack and the next available training dates. 

Camp Driver or Cook

Our camps would not be as successful as they are without our wonderful Camp Cooks and Drivers. To express your interest please contact Community Engagement Manager, Melissa Raich at ercwamce@edmundrice.org who will inform you of upcoming opportunities to volunteer in this capacity.

Corporate Volunteering

Opportunities are available for corporate groups to get involved at ERCKWA. If you have a group of enthusiastic individuals who are looking to make a difference, send them our way!

Please contact Philanthropy Manager; Nicole Mancini at nmancini@edmundrice.org who will inform you of upcoming corporate volunteering opportunities.

Event Support

There's always a team of volunteers needed to help with set up, pack down as well as the overall running of our events. 

To help out with any of our events please contact Philanthropy Manager; Nicole Mancini at nmancini@edmundrice.org