We are so thankful for you, our amazing alumni across generations. Whether you’re 95 or 25, were a part of Camp Fire Girls, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Camp Fire USA, or today’s Camp Fire, this rich legacy is something that makes our organization so unique and sets us apart from other youth development organizations.
Join us as we bring the Camp Fire experience to more and more youth today!
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Camp Fire believes in the dignity and the intrinsic worth of every human being. We welcome, affirm, and support young people and adults of all abilities and disabilities, experiences, races, ethnicities, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, religion and non-religion, citizenship and immigration status, and any other category people use to define themselves or others. We strive to create safe and inclusive environments that celebrate diversity and foster positive relationships.
For more than a century, Camp Fire alumni like you have brought the values of work, health and love to the world, no matter what challenges you’ve faced. Today, Camp Fire welcomes all young people to its programs and continues to thrive with 49 councils in 25 states and Washington D.C., serving nearly 150,000 youth each year. Thank you for making Camp Fire what it is today—and leading us into tomorrow. We’re still creating powerful youth experiences to shape kids and teens, give them the opportunity to belong, connect with nature, develop strong relationships, and make positive social change.
The Ojiketa Preservation Society continues Camp Fire’s impact in the Twin Cities region long after the camp it is named after closed. In 1926, the St. Paul Council of Camp Fire Girls opened Camp Ojiketa in Chisago City, Minnesota, on… Read More >
Written by: Ben Matthews, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access Specialist In 1909, Charlotte Gulick held a small summer camp for her daughters, three of their close friends, and a young woman with disabilities. There was no way… Read More >
Young people want to shape the world.
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
In Camp Fire, it begins now.