For the fifth year in a row, we held our Summer Kind Camp. We were able to witness relationships between big and little buddies form, kids engaging in community causes, kindness being taught, and so much more. With the help of our campers, big buddies, and their families, we helped raise over $2,000 for kind causes in our community such as the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, and held drives for school supplies, toiletries, clothes, and food for those in our community in need. The kindness shown at camp this year is a reminder of what it’s really about and makes us so excited for next year!
To view photos from Kind Camp 2021, please go to our Kind Cause Galleries!
Kind camp is all about connecting kids in the community and teaching them about kindness. From first responders to foster care, we teach our campers about important lessons in kindness and community. We teach daily lessons and make crafts to give to community organizations.
Every year, we sponsor almost half of our campers so that every kid has the opportunity to attend. In addition, we host special needs kids so that they have the opportunity to participate in our activities. We are so grateful for everything we’ve been able to do in our past four years of camp and can’t wait to continue this summer!
Keys to Kindness hosts an annual Summer Kind Camp for Pre-K through 5th-grade children. The camp is held Monday through Friday. All Day Camp is available from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. for $150.00 or Half Day Camp for $75.00.
This is the one-stop camp that has a little bit of everything to make the summer days fun and kindly filled for both boys and girls. Kind Camp attendees will engage in a variety of fun activities to learn about manners, team building, community outreach, sportsmanship, physical fitness, teamwork, skill sets, patriotism, animal kindness, and partnerships with the community. Campers will have a “Big Buddy” and do ‘give back crafts’ for members in our community.
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