Camp Fire Welcomes New Board Member Sonya Richburg

Camp Fire Names Sonya Richburg, Lead Counsel for Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, to its National Board of Trustees Richburg brings 20 years of corporate legal expertise and passion to the national youth organization     Youth development organization Camp Fire is proud to announce that Sonya Richburg, Lead Internal Counsel for
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Letter from the CEO: Goodbye & Closing Remarks

The past, nearly nine years as President and CEO of Camp Fire have been the best—and the hardest—work of my professional life. I began with an unwavering belief that if Camp Fire rose again to its former prominence and glory, it would have the same profound effect on today’s youth

Camp Fire Expands Efforts to Support Underserved Youth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 10, 2018 Kansas City, Mo. – National youth development organization Camp Fire has announced plans to expand overnight/resident camp among three cohorts of underserved youth: 1) young people from economically underserved backgrounds, 2) young people who identify as LGBTQ+, and 3) young people with disabilities. This

The Death of 17 Innocents, and the Youth Who are Lifting Their Voices

A Message from Cathy Tisdale, Camp Fire National Headquarters President & CEO: I don’t know about you, but I was heartened, encouraged, and not at all surprised by the brave responses of the students who survived the Feb. 14 shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Sophie Whitney, 18, a

Jim Stephanson Tapped As New Camp Fire Snohomish County CEO

Dave Surface, retiring Executive Director and Jim Stephanson, new Camp Fire Snohomish County CEO in Everett, Wash. Photo credit: Christa Pugh This press release originally appeared on PRESS RELEASE Camp Fire Snohomish County is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Stephanson as new Chief Executive Officer, effective January