About Camp Fire
Camp Fire provides all-inclusive, coeducational programs in hundreds of communities across the United States.
Camp Fire is one of the nation's leading not-for-profit youth development organizations. Camp Fire, with national headquarters in Kansas City, Mo., provides all-inclusive, coeducational programs in hundreds of communities across the United States. Founded in 1910, Camp Fire's outcome-based programs include youth leadership, self-reliance, after school groups, camping and environmental education and child care.
Serving youth from birth to 21, Camp Fire helps boys and girls learn - and play - side by side in comfortable, informal settings. Our coed programs allow parents to consolidate schedules for both their daughters and sons.
As the first nonsectarian, interracial organization for girls in the United States, Camp Fire takes pride in its long-standing commitment to providing fun programs and services to all children and families in America. We are inclusive, open to every person in the communities we serve, welcoming children, youth and adults regardless of race, religion, socioeconomic status, disability, sexual orientation or other aspect of diversity. Camp Fire's programs are designed and implemented to reduce sex-role, racial and cultural stereotypes and to foster positive intercultural relationships. Camp Fire's mission is to build caring, confident youth and future leaders. For more information, call 619-291-8985 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org