Royal Family Kids Camp

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Children ages 7-11 create new and wonderful childhood memories, just by having fun. Outdoor recreation, arts and crafts, a talent show, and a shared birthday party show every participant that they are special and loved.

Royal Family Kids Camp (RFKC) is a national organization with a mission to:
  • Create life-changing moments
  • Treat people royally
  • Keep moving forward
  • Make moments matter

Each year new children are hesitant to get off the bus to join the parade-like celebration awaiting them, complete with a royal red carpet—but they quickly learn that RFKC is a safe place where they can be accepted as themselves while having a great time.

Activities include breakfast club with puppets and stories; arts & crafts where they make anything from bug houses to beaded necklaces; safe archery exercises, water gun battles, and other games; tea parties; and drama nights with lots of music and singing.

Camp counselors called “cousins” become each participant’s biggest cheerleader,

encourager, buddy, confidant, champion, and friend.

These positive, patient, understanding people see the best in kids, while inspiring them to become their best selves.

The last day of camp, everyone writes their dreams and prayers on pieces of paper attached to balloons, which they then release in a beautiful display of faith and hope.

Each child leaves RFKC with all their camp adventures documented in a souvenir photo album—whether it’s their first fish ever caught, learning to swim, their birthday cake, or flying down the water slide—and it always includes their favorite photo, with their camp cousin.

The number of children who have attended Love Fosters Hope’s RFKC since 2000 is approaching 500, far exceeded by the number of giggles, squeals, and belly laughs that have filled our campgrounds. All kids at camp learn that they matter, that they’re special, cared for and listened to—and perhaps most importantly, that there is hope!

Royal Family Kids Camp: June 5-9, 2017

Volunteer recruitment begins in January, with training in the spring. Volunteers must be 18 years old, caring, compassionate, patient, understanding,

able to focus on others rather than themselves—and perhaps most importantly, FUN, silly, and ready to have a good time!

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