At Camp Fire Alaska, inclusion is one of our core values. We believe that each young person should have the opportunity to engage in the outdoors and in our programs freely and safely. To do that, it is our responsibility to create a space where everyone can be their full, authentic selves and be accepted for who they are.
Creating a welcoming and affirming environment requires intentionality and continuous learning, and un-learning. We will not always get it right, but we are committed to showing up with courage, engaging in thoughtful discussions, and taking action to create equitable and welcoming outdoor experiences for all.
You can see our commitment to inclusion in action in a variety of ways when you engage in Camp Fire programs.
Learn what inclusion looks like at summer camp below - and view our main inclusion page.
Learn more about our commitment to inclusion and discover what that looks like in our programs below.