GET INVOLVED WITH CAMP LAKESIDE
Camp Lakeside depends on the generosity of our volunteers and donors. There are many ways you can be involved with Camp Lakeside and be part of something special. For information on how you can help, contact Jessica Groezinger, Camp Lakeside Executive Director, at [email protected]
Volunteering offers you a unique opportunity to be a part of something special at Camp Lakeside. We provide many volunteer positions so you can gain experience working with kids while giving back to Camp Lakeside. Previous volunteers have come from different educational backgrounds, including medical school, occupational therapy, physical therapy, kinesiology, special education and exercise science. We’ve had students volunteer from area high schools, as well as Colleges and Universities such as Clemson University, University of Georgia, Furman University, Georgia Southern University, Augusta Technical College and Augusta University.
We are pleased to offer discounts and scholarships to campers from the families of our Camp Nurses and other select positions. If you would like to volunteer with us, please contact Jessica Groezinger, Executive Director, at [email protected]
Volunteer at Camp IVEY
Click here to download the Camp IVEY volunteer packet! Rising 9th and 12th graders can apply to be on the Camp IVEY Youth Board. The form is available here.
Camp Lakeside believes everyone should have the opportunity to experience camp. Every summer, we offer scholarships and financial assistance to campers. We work diligently every year to raise funds during our annual campaign. Donate online or stop by a YMCA branch to give today.
Healing Through Joy
Through a partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, Camp Lakeside is being developed as an adaptive camp location to offer specialized camp programs for children across Georgia facing significant health challenges such as cancer, heart conditions, diabetes and joint disorders. Healing Through Joy is the campaign to raise the funds necessary to make improvements to our grounds and modify camp programs to ensure these children have access to traditional camp activities.