One Heartland realizes the value and importance of student support – in fact, our founder, Neil Willenson was a student when he began Camp Heartland in 1993. Recently, Neil has left his role as CEO of One Heartland. Read his letter to student leaders about his transition. Students have a powerful impact on their communities and are incredible ambassadors of the cause. There are several ways a student can get involved in One Heartland. Find the area that interests you and contact us today to find out how you can help!
Students for One Heartland: Start or join a SFOH group at your school. You will work with us to do fundraising, raise awareness, host a Journey of Hope AIDS Awareness event, or any other goals your group might make.
Camp Heartland & Birch Family Camp Counselors: Apply to be a part of the summer volunteer group at Camp Heartland in Minnesota or California or Birch Family Camp in New York.This is the most direct and hands-on way to get involved and have a lasting impact on children and families living with HIV/AIDS.
Alternative Spring Breaks (ASB): Sign up with a group of friends or classmates and come volunteer at camp during a break from school.