Royal Family Kids Camp (Ages 7-11)


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Royal Family Kids Camp

Royal Family Kids Camp (RFKC) creates life-changing moments for boys and girls  7-11 years of age, in foster care who have experienced relational trauma

The curriculum fosters resiliency, self-esteem, hope and positive memories.

RFKC is part of the national organization For the Children, founded in 1985. Since then, over 100,000 children have attended camps in 46 states and 11 international countries.

Love Fosters Hope has been providing RFKC since 2000.

Using the therapeutic model Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI), which trains caregivers to provide effective support and treatment for at-risk children.
2:1 camper-to-staff ratio

2024 RFKC Leaders

June 9-14 2024

Jessica Jaros

Jessica Jaros

Royal Family Kids Camp Director

Jolynn Willis

Jolynn Willis

Assistant Director

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On the first day, kids walk a red-carpet upon exiting the bus, and they are greeted by dozens of highly trained volunteers who are ready to show them love and help make camp a memorable experience for them.

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

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 last day of camp, kids written their dreams and prayers on lanterns, and then release them on water, in a beautiful display of faith and hope. The camp closes in prayer.


Camp counselors

Camp counselors called “cousins” become each camper’s biggest cheerleader,
encourager, buddy, confidant, champion, and friend.

A 2:1 ratio is maintained at all camps