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Putting Our Values Into Action

It’s one thing to hold inclusion as a core value. It’s another to put your values into action. Although Camp Fire has been an inclusive organization since its inception we have recently recommitted ourselves to our diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Recent action steps include the creation of the Equity Action Fund and hosting a […]

Equity Action Fund Keeps Growing!

Expanding Our Reach Founded less than a year ago thanks to Food Service Director Chantel Jackson’s vision to bring more children and families of color to camp, the Equity Action Fund has recently been awarded a grant from King County Parks.  In partnership with the King County Play Equity Coalition,  this funding is dedicated to increasing […]

We Love Our Volunteers!

Volunteers Make the Magic of Camp Did you know that Camp Fire has a year-round staff of 18? In the summer, we bring on about 100 counselors and assistant camp directors. And then we add 1,000 volunteers. Together, we serve 10,000 kids each year. It’s nothing short of amazing. Thank you, counselors-in-training! Thank you, teen […]

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Continuing To Evolve

It’s one thing to hold inclusion as a core value. It’s another to put your values into action. Camp Fire has a long history of valuing inclusion, both locally and nationally. Founded in the early 1900’s as the first interracial, nonsectarian, national organization for girls, our definition of inclusion continues to evolve to better serve […]

Introducing Our 2022 Camp Sealth Themes!

We’re so excited to be announcing our weekly themes for our 2022 summer sessions at Camp Sealth! Each week both our overnight and day camp staff will incorporate the theme into daily activities, all camp events, meals and more! Participation in the theme is always optional, however, we encourage our campers to bring any costumes […]