Camp Triumph Volunteer and Camp Opportunities


Who: Camp Triumph’s summer programs are for children and often overlooked and misunderstood population of children aged 7-16: children who have a family member with a chronic Illness or disability. To date, thousands have attended from across Canada.

What: An overnight summer camp providing opportunities for these children to experience new activities, relax, have fun, gain new skills, and build relationships and resilience with those who truly understand them.

Where: Malpeque, PEI

Why: Illness of one family member significantly affects the entire family, especially the children. The children we serve are vulnerable and possess significant feelings of isolation and anxiety. Our children are five to seven times more likely to have significant anxiety. Camp Triumph is something just for them. A chance for their needs to be recognized and met when they so often have to take a backseat to their parent or sibling. They try new things while building confidence, self-esteem, positive coping strategies, and resilience. They get to be in the spotlight for a little while.

Cost: FREE

Learn more and fill out our application form online at



There are various volunteer opportunities for which we are seeking eager people.

Volunteer Camp Counsellor: Each week of camp, we supplement our summer staff with camp counsellor volunteers. These volunteers spend the week on site helping to deliver an unforgettable experience for our campers! Responsibilities include:

– Help with leading activities
– Building relationships with the campers
– Supervising and looking after the needs of the campers as a part of the team of staff.

– Must be 19 years or older or have completed one year of university

More info and the application form can be found at

Volunteer Junior Camp Counsellor: A similar role to volunteer camp counsellor but with extra guidance from experienced/senior staff. Junior counsellors are 17 or 18 years old.

More info and the application form can be found at:


Kitchen Support: Time commitment of 3-4 hour shifts around meal times (as many as you want in a week/summer) During each meal, volunteers help to prepare and serve the meals at camp. Under the direction of the Kitchen Manager and Cook, volunteers can help with anything from chopping vegetables, to baking a snack, to cooking pasta, to doing the dishes

For those interested, please email:

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