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Camp Kind is a unique day camp experience that offers children the opportunity to spend a week (or more) during their long summer vacation giving back to the community by visiting Denver area non-profits and participating in diverse and exciting volunteering projects.

In addition to these service-based field trips, throughout the week, campers participate in numerous in-camp Kindness Workshops.

The most essential element of Camp Kind is the greater sense of self purpose, positive self-worth, wholesomeness and community responsibility that our campers acquire at their time at Camp Kind that will benefit them as they grow into young teens and adulthood.

At Camp Kind a fun and positive camp environment is incorporated into all the activities. 

Camp Kind includes daily sports and recreation and once a week a fun trip to either Elitches, Boondocks or the Museum of Nature and Science.

Camp Kind runs six weekly sessions (Monday – Friday 9:am – 3:30PM) from June 11 through July 20 and is located at the Silver Hills Middle school at 12400 Huron St in Westminster.

Camp Kind has two age groups, Camp Explorers (7-10) and Kind Pioneers (11-13). Each group has a maximum of 20 campers and is staffed by two caring counselors.

Camp Kind is a project of Chabad of NW Metro Denver and is directed by Benjy Brackman who brings 13 years of experience in running day camps to NW Metro Denver.