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GET INVOLVED

There are many fantastic ways to get involved in Edmund Rice Camps.

Becoming a volunteer or referring a child is a direct way to be involved with ERC, and we look forward to having you becoming a part of our community. Both avenues can be extremely rewarding and humbling!

Check out the other ways to become involved at Support us and Partner with Us

Volunteer with us

It is so easy...

Volunteering on an Edmund Rice Camp is such an amazing experience!
You'll get to meet a bunch of new people, support a child and family and help build a stronger community.

There are a variety of roles, so whatever your skill or passion, we want you to join our community.

Please be 16 years old or over before you apply

Complete the new volunteer application form

Apply for a Blue Card with us as your organisation

Come to one of our Child Protection Trainings

Support a kid to have an awesome
experience

refer a child

empower a child...

Referring a child to our programs can be a very rewarding experience. 

 

It's a fairly simple process, but we do ask for your support in getting to know the child as well as possible. This helps us inform and prepare our volunteers in order for them to best support the child on camp.

Be prepared to be honest with us and 'on call'

Subscribe to our mailing list and receive all updates

Consider Partnering with us for an entire camp

Complete the referral form on time when required

Get excited for the memories  child will make thanks to you

FAQs FOR  AGENCIES


How are participants selected for a camp placement? 
ERC considers every referral for camp – we do not work on a 'first in, first served' basis. Our camps are run by volunteers and 1 staff member. We assess the needs of all the children who have been referred, and best match children to our volunteers' skill and experience levels. All referrals submitted before closing date, and meeting ERC conditions of placement, will be considered for a place on camp.
 

How many new referrals will you take for each camp?
ERC QLD believe it's important to provide continued service provision to our children. For this reason we have many participants return to camps each year. We have a maximum of 50% new children on each camp program. ERC always receive more referrals than we have placements on camp; if your referral is not accepted this camp season please try again for the next camp.
 

Why do you require an agency after hours contact number?
ERC works with extremely vulnerable children, and we require 24/7 access to a professional who works closely with the child and can provide information in the case of a child protection disclosure. It is only used as a last resort, and our policy means we are unable to accept a referral without this number.
 

The agency I work for doesn't provide an after hours number, how can I still refer this child? 
We recommend you speak to the school the child attends; often they will have a school counsellor who can provide after-hours contact for the duration of the camp program. Otherwise, source another agency working with the family who can provide an after hours contact number. This can include a therapist or doctor, as long as they are familiar with the disadvantage the family faces, and can provide detailed information on the child.

If you have any other questions, please contact:
Nick Martin - Executive Officer ERC QLD
0409 878 442
ercqld@edmundrice.org
 

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