School’s out! It’s time for camp! Whether it’s afternoons down at the local YMCA with friends or off to the Northwoods of Minnesota to learn rock climbing, children’s camps across the country are opening their doors.
However, many families are unable to send their kids to camp due to financial hardships. In order to help, support the organizations that provide summer programming for youth, or consider starting your own scholarship fundraiser here.
Check out some of the summer camp programs on Razoo:
DC Scores is working to give low-income DC youth the opportunity to attend summer camp. In partnership with Kajeet, DC Scores is providing three free summers camps, which includes two soccer camps and one, six-week soccer and arts camp.
Camp Fire connects youth with nature and empowers them to make a difference in their community, and teaches them to be life-long leaders.
Ranch Hope is a leader in fostering environments that transform lives through faith-based love and compassion.
Camp Get-A-Well-A is a camp experience brought to children in hospitals so they can experience the fun and excitement of summer camp.
Media Arts Center San Diego offers children in the San Diego County an opportunity to learn about media arts and technology tools for use in their everyday lives, school, and future careers.
The YMCA is a nonprofit organization with the mission to strengthen communities. They raise funds annually to help keep their services accessible to all.
The mission of Camp Olson is to share the spirit of the Northwoods with youth, families, and their leaders through YMCA programs.
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