Spring Break Road Trip

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Grade: 9-12Location: Washington StateDate(s): April 8-12, 2019Register Now for Spring Break Road Trip

Dates & Registration

Camp Fire is excited to offer the Spring Break Service Trip the week of April 8-12, following the Seattle Public School district among others. The trip will feature 4-5 service projects across the region from a variety of cause areas, such as environmental stewardship, youth or senior citizen organizations, animal advocacy, food resources, and more.

Trip Itinerary & Service Projects

The itinerary for  the 2019 Spring Break Road Trip  is still being planned and will be available shortly!

Projects and destinations in the past have included:

  • Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, where participants helped by assisting the park in keeping their grounds healthy and maintained. Some activities included removing invasive species, replanting, pruning, or general up keep. Following our service, we had the opportunity to take a ride on NW Trek’s 40 minute tram ride through the park surrounded by wildlife!
  • Thurston County Food Bank, where participants helped out with a variety of projects throughout the food bank such as food sorting, organizing received donations, and bagging dry goods.
  • Stevens Elementary School, where participants had the opportunity to work with youth through a variety of tasks: sitting with students while they completed their daily reading assignments, worked one-on-one during tutoring time, and assisted the school librarian!
  • Coastal Harvest, where participants helped Coastal Harvest manage their daily warehouse operations. Some activities included repacking up to 1,400 pounds of frozen vegetables that they receive per day, staged food for delivery, and stored food at the warehouse.

 Activities, Meals & Accommodations

All activities, food, and sleeping accommodations are included. Camp Fire can accommodate most special diets such as gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, or allergies. Contact us prior to registering if you have questions or concerns. Accommodations will be indoors and heated, but teens should bring their sleeping bags!

Questions?

Please contact Alex Kirschner, Community Programs Manager, at alexk@campfireseattle.org with questions.

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