Our volunteers help us thrive!
These volunteers often get to see camp when it's in full swing. Whether it's summer camp or a large family weekend, volunteers are sure to find something exciting to be a part of. IHC will often look for volunteers to help with registration, food service, crafts,general set up and tear down, and much more.
Indian Hills also welcomes work parties. Groups from schools, churches, and other organizations are welcomed to spend a day giving back to their community here at camp. We are glad to make all the necessary arrangements to host your community service project.
Individuals who are seeking opportunities to fulfill community service hours for their school or church are welcomed to inquire.
Pictured Below: A group from Keller Williams Realty spends the day giving back to their community at IHC.
Many people are seeking volunteer opportunities that extend beyond just a few hours, and at Indian Hills we have all sorts of opportunities. Between our four major seasons, volunteers may choose to stay at camp in their own RV and complete a mid-term level project (1-3 months). This offers volunteers the opportunity to begin to understand the day-to-day life of a children's bible camp. Whether you'd like to be involved with a construction project, office work, or any one of our programs, a seasonal opportunity affords you a chance at seeing a project through from start to finish.
Pictured Below: A seasonal volunteer help a camper check in for an exciting week at summer camp.
If you're looking to volunteer for an extended period of time and call Indian Hills home for a little while, then we would love to have you join us. We deeply enjoy and respect those who answer God's call to serve wherever He wills. When a volunteer commits to an extended volunteer agreement, they are treated as a valued as another member of our team. Opportunities abound for year-round volunteers;you can be sure your skill sets and talents will be put to good use in furthering the Kingdom.
Pictured Below: A group of volunteers from the SOWERS organization smiles at the beginning of their stay at IHC.