Family Resources

 At Camp Fire Alaska, we know that stronger, more resilient families create stronger, more resilient youth. The need for family support increases with continuing uncertainties in the economy and extended deployments for military families. When Alaska’s families need out-of-school care and support, we’re here to help.

Our programs and services focus on three key areas: 

Thrive(ology) — Inclusion and Diversity — Trained, Caring Staff

What does that all mean? 

Thrive(ology) means discovering sparks, gaining self-confidence, and learning life-changing skills to thrive now. It is our researched-based program framework founded on the pillars of Social Emotional Learning (SEL), and it works. 

Inclusion & Diversity means that any kid, from any kind of family, from any walk of life, is welcome at Camp Fire. We have an official Inclusion Policy and are outspoken about our long-time commitment to diversity. 

Trained, Caring Staff means that we hire supportive mentors who are our “Spark Champions” because they are experts at what they do and know how to guide youth on their journey to thriving. To find out how we can support your child’s needs, please contact our Family Services Manager



Camp Fire Alaska has scholarships and a list of resources to assist with fees for service. We are fortunate to have individual donors, foundations and corporations who provide funding to our agency so we can offer financial assistance to families that need it. Our mission is to make sure every child has access to our programs and we are proud to be able to offer these resources to our families. To find out more about our scholarship program, please send us an email or give us a call at (907) 279-3551, between 8 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

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