Volunteer Opportunities

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Counsellors are assigned to a cabin of campers with other volunteers/staff. As a team everyone works together to help create a supportive, fun and safe community for the campers.  Volunteers participate in the activities with campers, supervise their campers, and assist their campers with their personal care as needed.  Overall the volunteers role is to ensure that their campers have the best camp experience possible.

If you are interested in volunteering with Easter Seals Camp Horizon please email our Manager, Resources at resourcemanager@easterseals.ab.ca or call us  at 403-949-3818 ext. 28

Camp volunteers must 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.

Volunteer applications are available here

Spring Sleepover: March 23-25, 2018

For campers with physical/developmental disabilities ages 7-17 and one sibling or friend.  This camp is ideal for new or young campers who have never attended our Light Up A Life summer camp and is a great opportunity to sample what camp is all about. Register early, as this weekend will fill quickly. 

Fall Sleepover & Teen Retreat: Oct. 26-28, 2018

Fall Sleepover - For campers with physical/developmental disabilities ages 7-17 and one sibling or friend.

Teen Retreat - For campers with physical/developmental disabilities ages 15-25. 

Christmas in Kananaskis:  December 23-26, 2018 

In Partnership with ATB Financial

Our 30+ year tradition of magic continues when we host 60 adults with disabilities for Christmas. It is a festive, joy filled experience that represents the spirit of Christmas. This camp is completely based on the support of our amazing volunteers and is truly an incredible experience for everyone. If you are interested in joining our volunteer team for Christmas Camp:

please fill out this application.

Volunteer with Easter Seals

Did You Know Part 4

There’s a real reliance on assistive technology According to Statistics Canada’s 2012 Canadian Survey on Disability, over 81% of people with disabilities reported using some kind of assistive technology or specialized equipment to help them move, communicate, learn or carry out the daily activities of life.