As we hunker down at home to keep each other safe, Camp Fire remains committed to giving young people opportunities to connect with one another and enjoy the natural world around them. We understand that these uncertain times present challenges for everyone in our Camp Fire community and want to do our best to be as transparent as possible and provide you with meaningful resources.
On this page we will provide any programming & operational updates based on developments of the COVID-19 virus, as well as activities and resources for families as they are adapting to the current norm.
While our office is closed and employees are working from home, we're still here to support you! Please reach us by phone (509-747-6191) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or if there are resources/activities you'd like us to share here. We are available Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.
Thank you all for your continued support! Take care and stay healthy.
- Camp Fire Inland Northwest Staff
Our staff is turning some of the Camp Fire curriculum into engaging and educational activities that can be done from the comfort of your own home. Keep checking back as we add more lessons & activities!
Our amazing camp staff will continue to post activities and songs here, so keep checking back!
Share your projects and beautiful singing voices with the Camp Fire community to inspire others to stay engaged & active:
Resources for Parents & Caregivers
School's Out Washington: COVID-19 Childcare Response Page
Greater Good Magazine: How to Help Teens Shelter in Place
Think Indigenous: Online Indigenous Education K-8
Child Mind Institute: Talking to your kids about Coronavirus
Children's Institute: COVID-19 Resources for families
Generations United: COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Grandfamilies and Multigenerational Families
Safety.com: Kids Safety During COVID-19
Resources for Kids
DoSomething.org: Coronavirus: What’s Happening And What You Can Do
DoSomething.org: Resource Hub
NPR: Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus
Unicef: 19 Games for Family Bonding
A Kid's Book: Free resource to help kids and grownups learn more about COVID-19