Flower City Work Camp 2022
April 18-22, 2022
January 16th –
Student Applications due
February 1st –
Worksite, Sidewalk Club, Basketball Camp Leader, and Agency Team Volunteer Leader Applications DUE
February 1st –
Other Adult Volunteer (gophers, shuttle drivers, onsite nurse) Applications DUE
February 1st – Worksite, Sidewalk Club, Basketball Camp Leader, and Agency Team Volunteer Leader Applications DUE
April 1st – Other Adult Volunteer (gophers, shuttle drivers, onsite nurse) Applications DUE
Work Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Work Site Leaders
These leaders provide planning, direction, and support on Work Sites. These leaders must be present Monday evening and all day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
These leaders are adults skilled in one or more major home repair areas: electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, roofing, etc. Roving Experts are available during Work Camp to assist Roving Experts must be available the Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of Camp.
Sidewalk Club Leaders
These leaders oversee a mini-Vacation Bible School type ministry experience that operates alongside These leaders must be present starting Monday evening and all day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Agency Support Leaders
These leaders provide planning, direction, and support on Agency Support sites while enabling participating students to do the ministry work. These leaders must be present Monday evening and all day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Sports Camp Coaches (Basketball or Soccer)
The Coach works with Work Camp teens to help lead skills and scrimmage events at a City-based mini-camp. These leaders must be present starting Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Nurses provide 24-hour on-site first aid care. Duties are spread out between multiple volunteers. You can schedule your preferred time slot at the end of your application.
Volunteers help to prepare and serve meals provided at Home Base. You can schedule your preferred time slot at the end of your application.
Support Work Site teams by responding to requests for materials or other supplies. Gopher activities include purchasing and delivering materials, moving tools or supplies between sites, and transporting students as necessary. All purchases are reimbursed within 48 hours. These leaders must serve for the full week of Camp.
These volunteers provide security and information at Home Base each morning, evening, and overnight during the week. They help ensure that Flower City Work Camp is a positive, nurturing, and safe place in which our students serve.
Evening support provide necessary supervision for evening activities.
January 16th - Applications Due
April 1st - payments due
Work Sites - 7th-12th-
From hammers, to drywall, to painting, these students will help in practical ways in a select location. This is great for students who are ready to use their hands and get to work.
Sidewalk Club - 10th -12th graders
A high energy service opportunity all about kids, fun, and Jesus! Sidewalk club is great for students who love forming relationships and caring for those around them. Through fun activities they will spread the hope of the Gospel to the community.
Sports Camps - 10th - 12th graders
Sports camps bring high quality training to communities. Our students get to be a part pf this as they serve the camp leaders and use sports as a way to show care and love for the community.
Agencies - 7th-12th
Even our non-profits need help! Agencies are great for those looking to help others who help the community. Organizing, painting, moving, mulching is all a part of this service opportunity.
1st Child - $160
2nd Child - $145
3rd Child - $130
Safety of our students is our #1 priority. Our safety protocols are subject to change based on updated information.
FCWC will be following the CDC reccomended Covid Precautions at the time of camp.Overnights ARE Scheduled