We are stronger because of you.
We thrive because of your support. Camp counselor, corporate partner, board member, recurring donor, program participant, or online ambassador—there are dozens of ways you can get involved.
Thanks for joining us in this important work and for investing in youth!
Volunteers are always welcome! As a Camp Fire volunteer, you will make a meaningful difference, whether your time is devoted to youth programming, fundraising, event planning, serving on a board of directors, or in other ways that you help determine. As a Camp Fire volunteer, you are provided with training and staff support specific to the role you select. And, you’ll give service to others, get involved in your community, be recognized for your achievements, and have some fun yourself!
LIGHT A SPARK
Every dollar helps us give a young person their best opportunity for success. Consider giving just $10/month to make an ongoing impact (that’s like two or three coffees or a quick meal out!). You can make an impact today:
donate your voice
Not everyone can give money, but they can give their voice to a cause. If you care about giving kids and teens the opportunity to thrive, join us on social media and help us spread the word:
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SHARE YOUR STORY
If you’re an alumni—no matter your age—get in touch and tell us about your experience! We will be building up our alumni community in the future, so please get in touch, and stay tuned.
We are truly grateful to be part of a community that collaborates, fosters connections, and works together to continually improve life here in the Walla Walla Valley. We would not be able to offer high quality youth programming without the support of our partner organizations below. Please take a minute to check out the wonderful work that they are doing for our community!
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.