Volunteer with Adam's Place

Adam's Place believes that no child should grieve alone. We are seeking compassionate individuals interested in making a difference in their community. Explore this page to learn more and if you are ready to get started please complete our Volunteer Registration Form.

Volunteers are the heart of Adam's Place and make our peer support groups and special events possible. There are many ways to volunteer with Adam's Place depending on your interests and availability. Here are available volunteer roles:

Camp Cope Group Facilitators: Co-lead Camp Cope grief peer support groups for children, teens, or adults. Help participants share their grief stories, learn healthy coping skills, and build connections using a structured curriculum of topics and activities. A background check and nine hours of facilitator training are required. Following training, volunteers make a two hour per month, one year commitment.

Camp Cope Group Night Assistants: Volunteer at Camp Cope group nights to support the group night schedule. Assist with wayfinding, registration, administering participant surveys, serving snacks, and other similar tasks.

Special Event/Project Volunteers: Help support Adam's Place in the community at our Camp Cope Family Community Activities and Fundraising or Resource Table Events.

Teen Volunteers: Freshman in high school or older, teen volunteers can serve as Camp Cope Group Night Assistants or Special Event/Project Volunteers.