Society calls upon art therapists to meet the needs of troubled community members. This article describes one art therapist?s experience of "giving back" to the community by volunteering to provide art therapy at a therapeutic camp for children whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS. Some of the medical, social, and psychological issues affecting this population are addressed. The development of specific art therapy goals and techniques designed to meet the needs of the campers is explored. This report demonstrates the value of art therapy in a therapeutic camp setting, as well as some of the benefits volunteerism can hold for art therapists who wish to contribute more to their communities.