- Camp Nawakwa has launched an indiegogo campaign to send 50 kids to Operation Kids Camp. Support Military Families with this campaign Give Here
- There is more information about Operation Kids Camp here.
- The next Teens in Action meeting is on November 12 at 4:30 at the Rancho Cucamonga office.
The Fall Newsletter will be in your mailbox soon!
"I hope to grow as a person and to help other people who need it. I’m trying to help out as much as I can because I love the feeling I get when helping others".
-Bianca, age 16
"I have grown in many ways since I have joined Camp Fire. I am a better leader and I have built better communication skills. I am looking forward to helping less fortunate people and raising money for charities and other organizations".
-Duncan, age 16
"I have been volunteering with Camp Fire and I have grown so much though it. I have developed my leadership skills and my love for the community has grown abundantly. We can help the people who are less fortunate, feed the homeless and help families give presents to their kids during the holidays".
-Dani, age 16
"Now that I have been at Camp Nawakwa and seen so much that kids do, it makes me now want to work with kids. I have decided that I want to be a kindergarten teacher".
-Drew, age 17