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Inspire your child this summer

with a love for volunteering, helping others & kindness and nature

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Get Started With Camp Kind

Times

Monday through Friday
9:am - 3:30pm
Before and after care available from
8:AM - 5:30 PM

Rates & Discounts

Weekly Rates Begin at $350 per camper
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Sibling Discount
Multi-week Discount

Location

4505 W 112th Ave
Westminster

Dedicated Staff

Counselors are chosen for their warmth and personality. One of the highest
priorities of Camp Kind is to nurture each camper with individual care and attention.

Dates and Times

7 Weekly Session
Sign up for one or multiple sessions
June 17 through August 2
Ages: 5 - 13
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About Camp Kind:

Camp Kind is a one-of-a-kind day camp experience that inspires children with a love for helping people, animals and nature. Campers love the volunteer field trips, where they roll up their sleeves for hands-on volunteering. When not on field trips, campers enjoy our in-camp kindness workshops where they assemble important items for underprivileged families and individuals and learn about kindness and character building.

All of this is supplemented with a healthy dose of sports, arts and crafts, fun camp-theme days and weekly trips to local attractions. Campers also enjoy our onsite inflatable obstacle course, water slide and jumping castle.

What We Offer

Camp Kind in Westminster, Colorado is a unique day camp experience that combines engaging hands-on volunteering projects, kindness and character-building workshops, and fun camp trips and activities.

Volunteer Field Trips:

Camp Kind field trips visit local non-profit organizations where campers perform volunteer services while learning about the all the good things the non profit does to help the community.

Kindness Workshops:

Camp Kind has created a series of Kindness Workshops where campers assemble valuable items for non-profits and underprivileged families and individuals.

Nature Program:

Campers learn to enjoy and appreciate nature and the outdoors, through hikes, planting and up-close interactions with animals from bees to farm animals.

Character & Kindness Clinics:

Our learning clinics offer campers short daily lessons and discussions about the values of kindness and character building.

Kindness Hero Presentation

Once a week at Camp Kind a guest will share their unique volunteer experiences to expand the campers appreciation for future volunteering.

PLUS:

Sports, arts and crafts, fun camp-theme days weekly fun trips and our onsite inflatable obstacle course, water slide and jumping castle.

Our Divisions

JUNIOR DIVISION GRADES K - 1

Junior Division camp is a great way to start your camper entering kindergarten and first grade with kindness, sharing and volunteering. Each day will have impactful volunteering opportunities & kindness workshops along with fun camp themes and entertainment. Twice a week the our Junior Division campers will go on field trips, one trip will be a Kindness volunteer theme and the other to a local fun attraction.
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EXPLORER DIVISION: 2 - 8 GRADE

Camp Kind's Explorer Division is for campers entering 2nd to 8th grade offers hands-on volunteering opportunities at local non-profit organizations and impactful kindness workshops along with fun camp themes & entertainment and exciting field trips to local attractions.
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What Parents Say

Extremely impressed with Camp Kind. Teaching children the value and importance of giving back and contributing to their community is essential, and this camp reinforces what our family values and practices at home. I feel very lucky to have found Camp Kind, and we look forward to joining the camp again next year.
Heidi
Superior
Camp Kind offered my daughter a glimpse into the many different ways we are fortunate and can help others in need. This is a great way for children to have fun and meet others through unique experiences while giving back to the community!
Cory
Broomfield
My kids took a break from a Summer filled with sports and arts in order to spend a week at Camp Kind, where they learned the importance of giving back to their community. From a day making toys for animals at a shelter (they were shocked at how many homeless pets there are!) to delivering meals for Project Angel Heart, and helping out at a local goat farm. Each day they came home with stories of new friends made and new skills learned, but most importantly with a spirit of generosity and compassion.
Stacie
Wheat Ridge
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