From its founding, Camp Fire has walked the talk of youth leadership. We were among the first organizations in the country to allow young people to serve on our board of directors, and continue that legacy of youth leadership today.
Camp Fire Columbia doesn’t just serve young people—we learn from them. Youth play a critical role in shaping our programs, developing strategy, and measuring impact.
At Camp Fire Columbia we have chosen to center the health and safety of our staff and the youth we serve. Nothing we (or any other business, nonprofit, or government…Read More
Camp Fire Columbia believes one of the best ways to honor the power of young people is to share power with them through meaningful participation and decision-making–in programs and organizational…Read More
As we explore cultural appropriation in our practices we will continue to work with Indigenous communities to determine and acknowledge harm, create a road map for needed change, and work…Read More
When young people experience the power and awe of the outdoors; they learn to respect, love and care for our world.Read More
We recognize this work is a life-long journey and can be difficult at times but giving focus to race and racism is necessary to the overall efforts for equity and…Read More
Camp Fire Nationa formulated a new 18-month Strategic Plan that focuses on five main goals. Learn what they are!Read More