You Can Get Involved

Camp Braveheart needs partners and volunteers who have a heart and desire to support and walk alongside youth who are on this grief journey. Find ways you can get involved below. All volunteers must come to camp early for training.
Licensed Professional

Because of the details and experiences many of our campers have... it is important to have licensed counselors available to help.


Residents, who have graduated with their masters in counseling,can receive supervised hours for licensure by getting approval from their main supervisor for Martha Furman, LPC, LMFT to provide on-site supervision for the speciality of childhood grief.


Internship hours are granted to anyone in undergraduate and graduate universities.

Cabin Counselors

Living in a cabin with 8-10 campers is the most rewarding and important role at camp. As a cabin counselor, you will have the opportunity to truly do life in a community of grieving campers.You are the one that will restore the joy in their lives through laughter and play by recapturing their young season of life. If you are over the age of 18, love God with your whole heart and are fun, you can be a part of this ministry. You must come early for training before camp.

Camp Advocate

We need help sharing the power and impact of camp with others. You can help setup speaking engagements, facilitate conversations about camp and share stories with others.

Prayer Team

Prayer is the power that we rely on to support the campers, staff, and leaders of camp. We need your prayer support before, during, and after camp. If you and or your church would like to invest in camp in this way please contact us!

Thank you for your interest in helping with our camp as a volunteer.   Please complete the necessary information below in order to receive a Volunteer Application. We will email you a Volunteer Application to the address you provide below. Volunteer consideration requires a completed, signed and returned Volunteer Application.