Camp Fire Snohomish County is pleased to have received a $5,000 donation from The Everett Clinic Foundation for our Youth Needs Program. Their website states, “The Foundation receives contributions from our staff and physicians to help area nonprofit organizations succeed.”
Our Youth Needs Program consists of:
• Mega Clubs – youth living in low-income and domestic violence housing.
• Self Reliance Programs – integrated into clubs and offered free to local schools.
• Grief Camp – youth struggling with the death of a loved one.
• Inclusion Camp – youth with developmental disabilities.
• Camp Scholarships – youth from families that cannot afford to pay for one or more of their children to attend camp.
Camp Fire Snohomish County has been serving our community for over 100 years. Our Training & Resource Center, located in Everett, is the hub for our programs. It serves as a resource for volunteers, parents, and youth.
Camp Killoqua, established in 1941, is a beautiful 185-acre site in Stanwood. It features forests, trails, game fields, and waterfront. These are ideal settings for programs based on the Camp Fire philosophy: an emphasis on the small group, individual attention, acceptance of differences, and a flexibly structured child-centered approach. Camp focuses on appreciation of the out-of-doors, democratic group living, sports and games, skill development, concern for others, fun and friendship.
For more information on joining The Everett Clinic Foundation in supporting Camp Fire and our community’s youth, contact our CEO, Jim Stephanson, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Club and Camp Programs can be found on our website, www.CampFireSnoCo.org, or by calling our office 425-258-KIDS (5437).
Young people want to shape the world.
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
In Camp Fire, it begins now.