Camp Super Hero

Discover your inner superhero at this action-packed summer camp open to kids and teens grades 5-12.

What’s Your Super Power?

Camp Super Hero teaches you just how easy it is to make a BIG difference in the world. Join us this summer to tackle a brand new volunteer project each week. Get your hands dirty cleaning up a local park or play Wii bowling with seniors at a nursing home…you’ll never know what adventure the day will bring! Camp Super Hero is dedicated to R. Douglas Ziegler, who grew up volunteering right here in Washington County. He lived his life as a true super hero, never backing down from an opportunity to help make our community a better place!

2018 Registration Now Open!

For Middle Schoolers

(students entering 5th – 8th grades)

Join us Wednesdays this summer for an action-packed summer filled with meaningful volunteer experiences and new friends. We’ll meet from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m on the following Wednesdays:  June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8 and August 15. Sign up for as many as you’d like. Cost is $10 per day.

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For High Schoolers 
(students entering 9th – 12th grades)

Our teen leaders are an integral part of the Camp Super Hero experience.
In addition leading a small group of middle school students during our volunteer outings, teens will spend a day with the Volunteer Center staff developing leadership skills and digging deep into community needs.
They will also work together as a team on our June Do Good Bus ride.

Teen leaders should be able to attend our leadership training day from 9 – 3 p.m on June 15
and our Do Good Bus outing on Saturday, June 16 from 9 – 1 p.m.

They should also be able to attend a minimum of 4 of the following Wednesdays:  June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8 and August 15.
The cost to be a teen leader is $40.

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Small Capes. Big Impact.

 We started Camp Super Hero in 2014 with one goal in mind — get more kids volunteering!
We know that when people start volunteering at a young age, they are more likely to volunteer as adults.
They make new friends, discover new interests, and are invested in their communities for a lifetime.

Since inception, Camp Super Hero has engaged 155 students in service.
Together they’ve provided 4,400 volunteer hours to 34 for-purpose agencies.

Collectively, they’ve provided $104,653 of service to Washington County.

Definitely Super Heroes in our Book.

Camp Super Hero is a tribute to Doug Ziegler.
Additional thanks to the Green Bay Packers Foundation & Thrivent Financial – Andrew Mortenson for believing that you’re never too young to make a difference. Camp Super Hero would not be possible without your support.