What is a normal day of Kids Club like?
When campers arrive, they will participate in arrival games, crafts, and activities. From there, campers attend Big Group Time where they participate in songs and see a skit for the story of the day. Then, campers rotate through 4 different rotations and have dinner during dinner and connections. At the end of the rotations, we gather for a fun song, and campers are dismissed.
What are the age requirements for Kids Club?
Kids Club campers must be between the ages of 5 and 12. Young children must have previously attended school in order to attend Kids Club. Teen Blast campers must be between 13 and 18.
Will my children be supervised?
Yes, children are supervised at all times. Each camper group has a group of volunteers to watch over them and assure the welfare of the campers. The camper to volunteer ratio is approximately 5:1.
How are camp volunteers screened and/or background checked?
All volunteers either have a background check completed or a Fingerprint Clearance Card. In addition, all volunteers complete an application and go through a mandatory training in the refugee journey, important cultural considerations and safety.
Can I stay with my children at Kids Camp?
Parents are welcome to join their children for a day of Kids Camp. The only way to stay at Kids Kamp for the entire week is by becoming a Kids Club volunteer.