My experiences at CTB have helped me put context on my own life and give meaning to much of the work I do all year long.  These life changing moments at camp help sustain me while working with the Child Welfare system all year long. Being a part of CTB is always rewarding, emotionally exhausting, filled with laughter and tears, joy and sorrow, song, and a flurry of activity. I walk over 18 miles in 5 days when I am at camp. I cry more times than I expect to. I take comfort in the company of incredible friends that I have made throughout the years as a volunteer, and I am humbled by how rich my life has become by having the honor of helping in the effort to make a difference in the lives of children.

These children are the strongest young people I have ever met.  They are resilient in the face of adversity and display love when often the world has not given them reason to love. 

- Quote from a camp counselor









How You Can Help!

Camp To Belong would not be possible without the individuals who share the passion of reuniting siblings. We are always in need of volunteers in the following areas:

  • Working Board Members
  • Pre- and Post-camp Volunteers
  • Camp Counselors
  • Camp Day Captains
  • Camp Volunteers
  • Event Planners
  • Event Chaperones

Be a camp counselor
CTB Volunteer Counselors perform a key role based on trust, empathy, and mutual respect for campers, volunteer counselors and host camp staff alike. CTB volunteer counselors are responsible for supporting and encouraging each camper to participate fully in all aspects of camp, allowing campers to gain maximum benefit from their experience.

For more information on volunteering and registration, view the side panel and the links below:

Please mail your completed volunteer application to Camp To Belong Georgia, Attn: Volunteer Recruitment, 6101 Golden Landing, Canton, GA 30114. If you have questions about volunteering, please phone or e-mail John Carty-Campbell at (770) 345-0630 /