About Camp Kind

smile on seniors.jpgCamp 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 engaging in diverse and exciting volunteering projects at Denver area non-profits.

In addition to Volunteer Field Trips, throughout the week, campers participate in numerous in-camp Kindness Workshops.

Camp Kind’s activities make a lasting impression on the campers and paves the way for greater community volunteer engagement and environmental responsibility.

Another important benefit of Camp Kind is the sense of purpose and positive self-worth, that our campers acquire at Camp Kind that will help them develop  into more caring and compassionate young teens and adults.

Volunteer Field Trips Include 

  • Newborns in Need – Denver Health
  • Flowers for Patients - St Anthony’s Nth
  • Project Angel Heart
  • Foodbank of the Rockies
  • Precious Child
  • Milk and Honey Farm
  • Animal Shelters
  • Senior Centers
  • Longhopes Donkey Shelter
  • Brents Place

Kindness Workshops Include

  • Kids Charity Initiative
  • Refugee Outreach Program
  • Toys for Kids
  • Denver Rescue Mission
  • Soap making for women in shelters
  • Kind to Kids of Incarcerated Parents
  • Adoption Kits for Animal Shelters

Camp Kind also offers traditional fun day camp activities including camp games, sports, crafts and drama.

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

For 2020 Camp Kind runs six weekly sessions (Monday – Friday 9:am – 3:30PM) from Tuesday June 8 through July 17 and is located at Birch Elementary School in Broomfield

Camp Kind has 4 age groups, Junior Division (ages 5-6) 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 Extreme (ages 14-15) will run for two weeks. The week of July 6 and the week of July 13 .

Camp Kind is a project of Chabad of NW Metro Denver and is directed by Benjy & Leah Brackman who brings 16 years of experience in running day camps to NW Metro Denver.