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Volunteer Opportunities

 2015

We are currently seeking volunteers for our Spring Sleepover, March 27-29.  Volunteers should enjoy being outdoors and working with people of all ages and abilities. Previous camp experience or working with individuals with disabilities is considered an asset. 

Upcoming weekend Volunteer Opportunities with Easter Seals Camp Horizon

Spring Sleepover: March 27-29, 2015

For campers ages 7-17 yrs. A great weekend for those who are new to the idea of camp and want to give it  a try!

Fall Sleepover: October, 2015

This camp is ideal for campers ages 7-17 yrs who have never attended our summer camp and is a great  opportunity to sample what camp is all about.

Teen Retreat: November, 2015

A great way for campers ages 15-25 yrs leaving kids camps and entering adult camps to make new friends and participate in their favourite camp activities

Christmas Camp: December 23-26

For Campers with physical/developmental disabilities ages 18 and up. Activities will include Christmas baking, karaoke, bowling, spa, crafts, bonfires, carolling, banquet and dance and, of course, a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus on Christmas morning. This experience is truly magical for both our campers and our volunteers.


If you are interested in volunteering with our Summer Camp program, please contact our Coordinator, Resources for potential opportunities and dates.  

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Phone: 403-949-3818 ext. 28


Camp volunteers must complete a volunteer application form and provide a police record check (including vulnerable sector check) valid within the past year. Camp orientation and volunteer training are provided; accommodations and meals are included.

For more information about any of these opportunities please dl%60hm our Coordinator, Resources today.

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Did You Know Part 2

In Canada between 2001 and 2006 the number of persons who reported having a disability increased by three-quarters of a million people (+21.2%), reaching 4.4 million in 2006. At the same time, the non-disabled population experienced lesser growth, increasing by 3.3% to reach 26.2 million people.