Camp Counsellor

Chai Lifeline Canada 300A Wilson Avenue, Toronto ON

Option 1                         Trip Camp

                                           Precamp - July 24th - 28th

                                           Camp - July 31st - August 11th


Overnight Camp

                                           Precamp - August 14th -18th 

                                           Camp -  August 20th - 25th


Option 2                          JUST Trip Camp

Precamp - July 24th - 28th

                                           Camp - July 31st - August 11th


Option 3                          JUST Overnight Camp

                                           Precamp - August 14th - 18th August

                                           Camp -  August 20th - 25th                                    Pay - $15.50 per hour


When a parent or sibling is diagnosed and living with illness, the entire family dynamic shifts. Camp Lifeline and Camp Lifeline away ensures children who are suffering with medical complexities as well as siblings and children of those suffering from serious illness are given the opportunity to enjoy a unique camp experience. Camp is  filled with play, laughter and a supportive environment tailored specifically for their needs.  Being a camp counselor is an incredible opportunity to create great memories with truly amazing children.

This year, we are offering campers the opportunity to enjoy some of the amazing attractions in the GTA though our brand new Trip Camp! Campers are also given the opportunity to enjoy a 5-day overnight camp with the support of our counselors and Case Managers.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Create a fun and enjoyable experience for campers
  • Pre-camp and orientation
  • Accompany campers on excursions focusing on safety and well being while providing a fun and engaging camp experience
  • brainstorm and run activities
  • Help set up/clean up daily
  • Inform campers on daily routines and camp rules
  • Supervise campers and ensure safety and well being
  • Facilitate camp activities and programs
  • participating in staff meetings

Qualifications required:

  • Bring energy and positivity to add ruach and camp spirit!
  • Must be patient, enthusiastic and flexible
  • Must like working with children
  • Must have a good work ethic

This job is for you if you are interested in:

  • Making a positive impact: As a camp counselor, you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of children with a family member suffering from serious illness. You can help them feel included, have fun, and develop new skills.
  • Personal growth: Working with children with a family member suffering from serious illness can also be a personal growth experience. You will learn more about empathy, patience, and communication, as well as gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by people with difficult challenges.
  • Building relationships: Working at a camp for children with a family member suffering from serious illness can also provide an opportunity to build lasting relationships with the children and their families.
  • Making a difference: Finally, being a camp counselor for children with a family member suffering from serious illness can be an opportunity to make a real difference in the world. You will be helping children to have fun, feel included, and build their confidence, which will have a lasting impact on their lives.

Interested applicants should email their resume and availability to and

Please note, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted

Chai Lifeline Canada is committed to inclusive and accessible recruitment practices to applicants with accessibility needs in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Reasonable accommodations are available on request for candidates with disabilities taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

To learn more about Chai Lifeline Canada please visit our website