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Camp Fire USA - Greater Arizona Council Charity Profile
The Camp Fire presence in Arizona was first felt in 1913, making it one of the oldest non-profit organizations in the state. Since that time, Camp Fire has evolved from a summer camp for girls to an organization that annually affects over 10,000 boys and girls from all social and economic levels. Our programs and camps celebrate diversity. Camp Wamatochick, located in beautiful Prescott, AZ, is Camp Fire's resident camp, abundant in tradition but not without innovation. Totally renovated in the last several years, Camp Wamatochick is the only facility with an on-site computer lab. In the off seasons, Camp Wamatochick has become a destination retreat for schools, training sessions, and family gatherings.
Camp Fire is equally proud of our latest undertaking...a proven in-school tutoring program that pairs credentialed tutors with K-12 students at seven under-resourced schools in south Phoenix. In predetermined small-group environments, students are provided the math, language, and reading skills to reach the academic levels of their peers.
Camp Fire USA - Greater Arizona Council Volunteer Information
Camp Fire USA-Greater Arizona Council has many opportunities for community volunteers. You can provide a day, evening, or a weekend of your time, taking part in one or more of our programs.
You may elect to lend a hand to our retreats scheduled at Camp Wamatochick in Prescott. These opportunities include a trip to Prescott for two days and assisting camp staff members with various camp activities or helping in our camp kitchen.