While Camp Kind volunteer trips are fun, each field trip is carefully planned and presented with before and after discussions to give campers an immersive and impactful volunteer engagement.

Camp Kind provides transportation to all volunteer field trips with Adams 12 school district buses and leave from our camp site at Rocky Top Middle School

 See our Camp Calendar here 


We Don't Waste  

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 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Learn the workings of We Don’t Waste that has recovered over 17,000,000 meals for the hungry.
  • Help manage food donations for We Don't Waste to distribute to local food pantries. 


Animal Shelter

 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • See the behind the scenes and workings of an animal shelter and learn the importance of humane treatment of animals. 
  • Tour the kennels.
  • Campers donate their camp-made toys directly to the dogs

  Newborns In Need

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 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Tour Denver Health Medical Center and learn about the workings of a community hospital
  • Pack gift bags of onesies, diapers and other necessities for mom with newborns

  • Visit the maternity ward of Denver Health and get a peek at the newborns. 

Open Space Clean Up

 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Keep Eldorado Canyon Beautiful  

  • Help remove invasive weeds and trash
  • Learn how the open space thrives with species of plants and wild life
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Project Angel Heart
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 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Tour the mega kitchen of Project Angel Heart
  • Decorate food distribution bags 

  • Distribute Food to Project Heart clients and bring a smile to their faces
Food Bank of the Rockies

 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Kind Pioneers (11-13yr) will enjoy an exciting morning volunteering at  Food Bank of the Rockies  and learning about how this important organization serves Colorado and surrounding states
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Precious Child
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     About This Volunteer Opportunity 

  • Kind Explorers (7-10yr) will visit Broomfield's Precious Child where they will volunteer at this important community organization 
Community Farming

 About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Learn about sustainable living
  • Help maintain this important community resource to Boulder's underprivileged community
  • Pick produce to be distributed to local soup kitchens
Smile on Seniors
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  • Campers visit local senior facilities and bring cheer to the residents 
Chalk of Kindness 

  About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Camp Kind’s message of kindness should be no secret. With a Chalk of Kindness, Camp Kind campers spread their message of love to the public with their carefully crafted messages of hope, kindness and encouragement.
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   Public Service Appreciation  Day 
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  About This Volunteer Opportunity

  • Showing appreciation is what we do at Camp Kind, from encouraging the kids to say thank you to being kind to one another. A special thank you is always deserving to our Police and Fire personal. The trip is always much appreciated by both the campers and the police, ambulance and fire personal.
Longhopes Donkey Shelter

 Longhopes Donkey Shelter


In addition to learning all about this important animal shelter, Campers will volunteer with:

  • Cleaning the paddocks and the barns
  • Brushing donkeys
  • Picking up weeds tumble weeds
  • Painting a barn or corrals.

See our calendar for dates of this trip. 

Flowers for Patients   

Campers will visit St. Anthony's North Health Campus and work with florist Cherry Blossoms and her staff to make flower bouquets and get well cards to be delivered to the hospital patients.

Campers will also have a tour of the hospital and learn of other ways they can volunteer and help patients. 

 Shopping With Care

At Camp Kind we teach the campers to have empathy with families who rely of safety nets for their basic needs.

To accomplish the campers go on a field trip to King Soopers with a $5 gift card to buy dinner for a family of 4 using just the amount on the card.

This experience offers the children a hand-on experience to the plight that many parents face when they go shopping for food on a shoe string budget.

The campers then visit a food pantry where they sort the food and learn about the how community organization can alleviate the food poverty of underprivileged families.

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 Fun Trips
Once a week (typically of Thursday) there will be a full day fun trip.

Please note all campers will be accompanied by our staff on our fun trips below. Campers over the age of 10 will be given the option of enjoying the trips without a staff member and with other kids, if permission is given by a parent.