Are you keen to use your passion and skills to help children living with cancer?



Are you keen to use your passion and skills to help children living with cancer?

Camp Quality New Zealand - Whaia te iti kahurangi  

Camp Quality is a volunteer charitable trust facilitating fun, hope and happiness for children living with cancer, primarily through running camps and adventure activities where fun, friendship and a can-do culture inspire children living with cancer.

The Camp Quality Board has a vacancy and is seeking expressions of interest from individuals who want to be part of something great. This is an unpaid, voluntary position for an initial term of three years. 

About Camp Quality

Camp Quality held its first camp in Auckland in 1985. Since then we have grown to provide camps and recreational activities in five regions throughout New Zealand catering for hundreds of children each year.

We passionately believe in the power of fun to help children and their families overcome the challenges that living with cancer can bring. The children we are privileged to take on camp have often spent weeks, months or years battling cancer, going in and out of hospital. Whilst acknowledging these hard times, we create the most awesome memories for these remarkable kids to take with them into the rest of their lives.

About the Role

The main roles of our Board Trustees are to:

  • ensure the long-term future of Camp Quality for the benefit of all children living with cancer in NZ
  • uphold and be guardians of the integrity, philosophy, and culture of Camp Quality
  • perform the fiduciary and legal responsibilities of good governance, ensuring sound internal controls and management of risk 
  • provide leadership and guidance to our General Manager, Regions, and volunteers
  • monitor performance of the Regions and the National office

To be considered for this role, you will need to be a team player, have boundless energy and be able to show a commitment to Camp Quality as well as be passionate about our cause.  

We particularly encourage applications from Tāngata Whenua, other ethnicities, younger members of the community, the LGBTQ community and those outside of Auckland.

The Board meets for a minimum of four (4) times per year via a mix of digital and in-person meetings.

How to Apply

Does this sound like you?

Please apply by emailing your CV and a cover letter to