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Why We Give to Camp Fire

A Camp Fire Foundation My history with Camp Fire is rich, and one filled with learning, laughter and fun. It started when I was six years old thanks to my mother who searched for a program we could do together.  After being rejected from another program due to our ethnicity, Camp Fire welcomed us with […]

A Year in Community Programs

The 2020-2021 program year presented challenges, but also new opportunities. In this blog post, we’ll feature a few ways Camp Fire youth in our Community Programs stayed connected during COVID-19! By the Numbers Four new council-led virtual groups met from September through June. All-in-all, Community Programs staff led approximately 120 virtual calls with youth and […]

In the Spirit of Service

One of the core values of Camp Fire has always been giving service… We saw our Camp Fire community come together at the end of April for an opportunity to return to Camp Sealth and give service where it was needed most: preparing the site and facilities to safely welcome folks back this summer! The […]

A First Step: Critical Conversations

  Camp Fire Central Puget Sound & Camp Sealth acknowledge the decision made today as a step in the right direction towards addressing systemic racism in our country. We also want to recognize that the end of the journey towards justice is still not in sight. While relief can be found in the events of […]

Outdoor Women Who Inspire Us

March is National Women’s History Month. This month is a chance to acknowledge women’s contributions to history, culture and society. As an organization founded originally to bring girls into the outdoors, we take this time to highlight some amazing women today who inspire us to get outside! Quinn Brett @quinndalina In 2017 while climbing El […]