Make a donation and help us send more deserving kids to camp! Tax receipts are issued for donations of over $20. You may choose not to share any of your contact information and/or remain anonymous. Kids in Camp does not share its donor list. Here are some ways you can give. Please contact us if you require assistance, or if you prefer to donate by phone.
Host a fundraising activity with your school, camp or group, including:
Car wash, 50/50 draw, Barbeque, Silent auction, ‘Sport’ a-thon, % of event ticket proceeds, Proceeds from Mabel’s Labels fundraising program, Portion of camper tuck refund as designated by family, Reunion related activities, Staff initiatives
Every Donation Makes an Impact
KIC has been very instrumental in allowing many children to attend Camp Kennebec. Without their help and support several of our campers would never have had the opportunity to experience camp. Through the kindness, support and generosity of KIC, many campers have been able to know what it’s like to experience the great outdoors, get up on water-skis for the first time, ride a horse, go on an overnight camping trip, make friends and so much more. Every child should have the opportunity to attend summer camp and I am extremely grateful to KIC for the opportunities they have helped provide to the campers of Camp Kennebec. The support of KIC means so much to me personally as I have been able to witness firsthand how much our campers gain from their time at camp. Seeing the kids leave camp having grown socially, emotionally and with a smile on their face makes me very happy and proud. Thank you KIC for all you do to help kids enjoy an experience of a lifetime!!
We were thrilled to find out about Kids in Camp at last year’s OCA Conference. There were a couple of families that came to mind. We found the process to be simple and certainly the flexibility and patience you exhibited to us as we ‘learned the ropes’ was no less than wonderful.
We look forward to a long partnership in providing the rich camping experience for children who would otherwise be unable to experience the unique opportunity that camp provides to be outside in nature and away from the electronic environment that they are so often immersed in and to interact with other children face to face in positive ways and with positive role models. Thank you Kids in Camp.
Thank you for your generous support of three campers for our 2011 season. Your gift allows the Foundation to offer disadvantaged young people the opportunity to enjoy our extraordinary camp and its welcoming community. [Camp Winston operates a residential summer program for children with complex neurological disorders]
Gerald Enchin, Executive Director