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Camp Kind - founded in 2015 - 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.

For 2019 Camp Kind runs six weekly sessions (Monday – Friday 9:am – 3:30PM) from Tuesday June 11 through July 19 and is located at the Silver Hills Middle school at 12400 Huron St in Westminster. (Just our first week will start on Tuesday, all remaining weeks will be Mon - Fri)

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. 

For 2019 we are piloting Camp Kind Extreme for our last two weeks. July 8 - 19th for kids in entering 8th and 9th grade.

Camp Kind is a project of Chabad of NW Metro Denver and is directed by Benjy & Leah Brackman who brings 14 years of experience in running day camps to NW Metro Denver.