Camp Jinka wouldn't be half as good or as much fun
without our amazing volunteers!
My name is Josh and I’ve been volunteering at Camp Jinka this summer. I’ve had a lot of fun with all the kids, and enjoyed the experience at Camp Jinka. My favorite sport is golf and I will be attending the golf outing from Camp Jinka with friends. Overall, it has been a great enjoyment volunteering at Camp Jinka, and I can’t wait to come back next year.
I’m Norah and this summer I have been helping out with Camp Jinka. I am going to be a junior at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina and am majoring in Apparel Merchandising. I really enjoy helping the kids at Camp Jinka with their art work and even doing a few projects of my own such as making friendship bracelets.
I’m Melissa and throughout the months of July and August I have been volunteering at Camp Jinka. I am a going to be a junior in the business program at Marlboro High School. At Camp Jinka, I especially love doing a variety of art projects and going on fascinating field trips. So far the summer has been amazing and it has been a wonderful experience getting to know all the kids.
My name is Shir-el and during the summer I volunteered at Camp Jinka. I am sixteen years old, I go to Marlboro High School and I enjoying dancing at dance attitudes. When I heard of this camp I could not wait to begin. I love working with all the amazing kids, helping out with various activities and projects, and going on field trips. I am so glad to be able to be apart of this camp and it is a great experience I will never forget.
My name is Lauren and I am a social work student at Monmouth University. I enjoy working with adolescents and children in need, I wrote a grant seeking transportation funding for Camp Jinka this past spring. I volunteered my time this summer to help out with the various activities Camp Jinka has to offer.
Hi, I’m Victoria Ovanesian, and this is my first time volunteering at Camp Jinka. I recently moved to Little Silver, New Jersey from Huntington Beach, California. It’s been a nice change of pace, ya know, being surrounded by all of these new, loving faces. I’m going to be a freshman at RBR Highschool next year, and I can hardly wait to become active in more projects like Camp Jinka. Volunteering here has given me a new outlook on life, showing me that even in the most tragic events, hope and the will to live can still shine through, proving that sometimes good things are hidden amongst the bad ones.