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
Camp Walden is both honoured and proud to be involved with Kids In Camp. We so appreciate the funding that Kids In Camp has been able to provide to members of our camp community. These funds have helped to make camp possible for campers who would otherwise not have been able to attend. Furthermore, we proudly support Kids In Camp knowing that our contributions are going to such a worthwhile cause. We believe so strongly in the value of summer camp for kids, and the way in which it benefits their social and emotional growth; as such, it is so fulfilling to be able to contribute to and be a part of a cause that is so near and dear to our hearts.
Kids In Camp has been instrumental in helping a number of our camp families attend Robin Hood. Long-time campers are able to return despite financial hardship or a significant event within their family. Robin Hood accommodates children with specific needs and KIC assists parents with the additional costs that our specialized programs incur. These children experience a safe and successful summer with their peers. Truly the greatest benefit to our camp as a whole is we are able to have a camp community in which everyone feels welcome and included and diversity is celebrated and appreciated.
Camp Kodiak is a residential summer camp for children & teens with and
without Learning Disabilities, NLD, ADHD and Asperger Syndrome. Because of
our 2-to-1 ratio, professional staff and specialized programs, our fees need
to be quite substantial to cover our costs. We do what we can to help, but
every year we have to turn away deserving campers whose parents are unable
to pay our fees. We really appreciate the assistance provided to these
families by Kids in Camp.