Registration is still open and space is available in all weeks 

 Field Trip and Kindness Workshops descriptions

Falafel for the Homeless    

We Don't Waste 

Westminster Open Space

Foothills Animal Shelter

Shopping Blitz for the Needy

Newborns in Need

Refugee Outreach Program 

Project Angel Heart

Food Bank of the Rockies

Precious Child 

Milk and Honey Farm

Smile on Seniors

Fun Trips 

Kindness Workshops  

  Volunteer Field Trips

FIELD TRIPS are usually a few hours long and accompanied by in-camp programming that helps the campers connect with the volunteer experience.
All trips use Adams 12 school buses 

  
 

  Falafel for the Homeless
FIELD TRIP  

 
Campers get to prepare and distribute falafels to Denver's homeless from a Falafel Food Truck. 

 

  Shopping Blitz for the Needy
FIELD TRIP  

 In partnership with King Soopers campers will visit a local King Soopers store where they will each get to spend 2 minutes to fill their shopping cart for food for the needy. They will then arrange their collected items in baskets where they will be distributed to various non-profits.


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FIELD TRIP
 
 

Volunteer Opportunity
Sort perishable foods, received from local supermarkets, hotels etc,

Learning Opportunity
Learn the workings of We Don’t Waste that has recovered over 17,000,000 meals for the hungry.

Trip Time
4 hours 

Age of Campers
Kind Pioneers 11-13
 
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Foothills Animal Shelter  

FIELD TRIP  

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  • Learn the workings of an animal shelter and the importance of humane treatment of animals

  • Tour the kennels.

  • Campers donate their camp-made toys directly to the dogs

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Newborns In Need
FIELD TRIP

  • Tour Denver Health Medical Center and learn about the workings of a community hospital

  • Pack gift bags of onesies, diapers and other necessities for mom with newborns

  • Visit the maternity ward of Denver Health and get a peek at the newborns. 

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FIELD TRIP   
Volunteer Opportunity
Help remove invasive weeds and trash
 
Learning Opportunity
Learn how the open space thrives with species of plants and wild life
 
Trip Time
3 Hours  
 
Age
Kind Explores Pioneers 7 - 13

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Refugee Outreach Program

IN CAMP EXPERIENCE 

  • Meet Local Refugees

  • Learn of their experiences in coming to the US and the challenges they face in settling in a new country

  • Gift wrap gentle used toys for immigrants 

  • Play sports and interact with these special Colorado citizens.

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Project Angel Heart
FIELD TRIP  

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  • Tour the mega kitchen of Project Angel Heart

  • Decorate food distribution bags

  • Distribute Food to Project Heart clients and bring a smile to their faces

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Food Bank of the Rockies
FIELD TRIP  

Kind Pioneers (11-13yr) will enjoy an exciting morning volunteering at Food Bank of the Rockies and learning about how this important organization serves Colorado and surounding states

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Precious Child 
FIELD TRIP  

  • Kind Explorers (7-10yr) will visit Broomfield's Precious Child where they will volunteer at this important community organization  

  

Milk and Honey Farm Boulder 
FIELD TRIP  

  • Learn about sustainable living 

  • Help maintain this important community resource to Boulder's underprivileged community

  • Pick produce to be distributed to local soup kitchens



Smile on Seniors  
FIELD TRIP  

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Campers visit local senior facilities and bring cheer to the residents 

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Fun Trips 

DESCRIPTION Once a week (typically of Thursday) there will be a full day fun trip



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  Kindness Workshops 

Kids Connect - Helping Colorado's Refugee Community

Camp Kind is partnering with local refugee agencies to bring awareness, offer assistance and interaction with our local refugee population. This unique opportunity will bring to life the unique circumstances of refugees living right here in Metro Denver, to our campers. 

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Volunteer Heroes

Volunteer Heroes will bring people who have had unique volunteering experiences, such as humanitarian trips to third world countries, to share their experiences with the campers and show them more extreme forms of volunteering.

Volunteer Heroes will also include visits from Colorado sports players and business people who have excelled in local volunteering. These local Volunteer Heroes will bring a message of encouragement for community service to our own young volunteers

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Charity for Kids
At the beginning of each week campers create their own charity box. Campers are encouraged to bring a few coins to camp each day for their charity box. At the end of the week, the campers debate the pros and cons of the non-profits they have visited during the week and vote on the one they want to donate their coins to. 

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