Founded in 1991 to Create A More Positive (CAMP) Rehoboth with room for all, today CAMP Rehoboth is a well-respected institution in Rehoboth Beach and local communities. We bring support and services to all citizens through our long-term connections and partners in the larger community. We also offer fun-filled events for residents and vacationers alike. How is all this achieved? Many volunteers work in countless ways-- both big and small-- to accomplish this mission and have fun too! Sign up today to join our volunteer team.  We need you!

Upcoming Volunteer Events

CAMP Rehoboth is fortunate to have many volunteers who want to help with urgent needs related COVID-19.

Opportunities to help with critical needs and organizations that are providing important services are described below. All of these will be conducted using social distancing and best practices. Thank you for considering ways that you can help!

CAMP Mask Makers – Facemasks are urgently needed by community organizations, and volunteers can help make them. Carol Lazzara, who has already been making masks, will provide interested CROP volunteers with instructions and best practices as well and a list of community organizations that need them. CROP volunteers can also help with picking up and delivery. Email volunteer@camprehoboth.com if you can help.

Immanuel Shelter – The shelter has remained open to serve the vulnerable homeless population. They need drivers to pick up meals in Rehoboth and deliver them to the two hotels located in Rehoboth and Lewes. Drivers are also needed to pick up breakfast and lunch for children at H.O. Brittingham Elementary School in Milton and deliver them to the hotels. Email volunteer@camprehoboth.com for additional details.

Social Media Volunteers

Tech saavy? CAMP Rehoboth Community Center needs you! Help with scheduling and sending out social media posts, including articles, photos, and other topics of interest. Email kerry@camprehoboth.com for additional details. 

CAMPcierges

*Social distancing protocols are in place at CAMP and we are currently open by appointment only, but are still looking for CAMPcierges to join our team!* CAMP Rehoboth is looking for people-oriented individuals to volunteer as a "CAMPcierge" to support the daily operations of the CAMP office. CAMPcierges are the “first faces” for people visiting or contacting CAMP, and duties include welcoming visitors, answering the phone and fielding questions in support of the CAMP staff. Generally, CAMPcierges work one or two shifts a week (Morning: 9 - noon or Afternoon: noon - 3), and there is also a need for folks to fill in occasionally during busy times or when a regular volunteer is unavailable. CAMPcierges are needed for some shifts during the week, for Saturday shifts and, during the summer, for Sunday shift.  For more information, e-mail volunteer@camprehoboth.com.

CROP: CAMP Rehoboth Outreach Program

The CAMP Rehoboth Outreach Program (CROP) is constantly working to cultivate community and strengthen relationships and the connection between us all. For information on upcoming CROPportunities, email crop@camprehoboth.com.

Rainbow Thumb Club

Can you spare an hour once a week? Then join our Rainbow Thumb Club and help keep our courtyard beautiful! The tasks are simple; water, weed and tidy the area.  This year we are hoping to have enough volunteers to have 2 gardeners working together each day. This gives you the opportunity to both socialize and enjoy the fruits of your labor.  For more information contact garden@camprehoboth.com.

2020 Volunteer Opportunity Meetings

All meetings are held at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center unless otherwise noted.  For more information about our Volunteer Opportunity sessions, contact Kerry Hallett at kerry@camprehoboth.com or (302) 227-5620, extension 10. 

Next Volunteer Opportunity Meeting:
November 5, 2020 at 6 pm via Zoom. Register in advance for this meeting. 

Volunteer Spotlights

Volunteer Spotlight 1
Volunteer Spotlight 2
Volunteer Spotlight 3
CAMP Rehoboth Outreach Program (CROP)
Volunteer Slide Show 2013  by Leslie Sinclair