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The 2019 Camp Fire Candy Sale

The annual Candy Sale is our major fundraiser that directly benefits Camp Fire kids and programs! This year’s sale will run from Friday, January 25th – Monday, February 18th. The sale teaches youth valuable skills including goal setting, public speaking and engaging with their local community. You can help Camp Fire youth reach their candy selling […]

Spirit & S’mores Raises $115,000!

Thank You to All our Attendees! What a fun and festive evening we had with our alumni, volunteers, parents, and supporters on October 26th! Over 300 guests gathered at the beautiful indoor venue, Sodo Park, for an evening all about sharing the Camp Fire spirit. We celebrated with delicious bites and cocktails courtesy of Herban […]

Teen Volunteering

Camp Fire Announces Re-Brand of Environmental Education Program!

Same Great Programming – New Name! Summer isn’t the only exciting season at Camp Sealth! During the fall and spring months, camp is a popular destination for both local schools and groups that are looking to recharge, connect with nature and grow closer as a team.  Since the mid-1980’s Sealth has offered schools a facility with […]

Why I Give to Camp Fire

There’s a saying at Camp Fire that means a lot to me as a donor: “We plan with kids, not for them.” Camp Fire doesn’t condescend to young people. It respects their ideas and capabilities and helps them identify and use their strengths. Camp Fire groups I’ve led could plan the entire camping trips by […]

Inspiring Youth to Find Their Own Voice

They’ve had enough. All over the country, youth have led school walkouts and marches; they’re speaking up, demanding to be heard, and showing what a powerful force they can be when they unite for a common cause. They have started a movement rooted in values that guide everything we do at Camp Fire. For more […]

Teaming Up to Invest in Youth

Donate Today! One recent afternoon, a group of kids at Seattle’s Daniel Bagley Elementary huddle up for challenge. Their task at hand: to retell a fairytale from a different point of view. What if the wolf didn’t mean any harm when he knocks on the three little pigs’ door? Could Cinderella be misunderstanding the harsh […]

Choosing Treehouse

Helping Fostered Youth in the Seattle Area By Kristen E. When first trying to decide on an advocacy for my WoHeLo Award, I had a hard time deciding what to do, until I thought about the time I volunteered at Treehouse with my basketball team. Treehouse is an organization that helps youth in foster care by […]