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Annual Report


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1,078 Central Texas youth benefited from Camp Fire programs in 2016
Camp Fire Central Texas celebrated its 50th Anniversary of helping kids find their spark
104 Backpackers trekked across Texas and explored our state parks
Together, they hiked about 170 miles over 13 different trips
And made a new friend along the way
674 students benefited from nature-based, STEM-focused Afterschool learning
Camp Fire brought Afterschool programming to 19 elementary and middle schools 
Lisa at Del Valle Middle School built a fire & roasted marshmallows for the very first time
She's looking forward to teaching her mom about fire safety so she can show off her new marshmallow roasting techniques
220 kids discovered their passions and grew as leaders at Camp Fire's Summer STEM Camp


Lola Wright Foundation | Susan Vaughan Foundation | Jacob and Terese Hershey Foundation
Thanks to our Summer Camp sponsors we opened a third camp location and reached even more youth in need
We created some healthy competition playing golf at the Top Golf Fundraiser
Nancy Heron was honored at the Promise to Children Luncheon - our largest annual fundraiser
Individual Donors helped provide students at Decker Middle School with a Campout experience they'll never forget


83% of our total expenses fund our programs directly
Through grants, donations, fundraisers and fee-for-service programs, Camp Fire raised $466,670 

Camp Fire's Promise to Children

“Young people want to shape the world. Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and 

discover who they are. In Camp Fire, it begins now

Light the fire within.”

Camp Fire would not be possible without our community partners and donors - thank you for helping us keep our promise to children!
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