As we enter into a season of thanksgiving, we wanted to take the time to thank our generous camp donors. Their donations contributed to our Nature Days’ and other events’ success. We had a blast during our June and July Nature Days events. And recently, we even had a Color Chalk War!

The camp is growing (Thank you again for your GiveMore24 support!), and we can’t wait to do more at the camp.

“We are grateful for the support of a number of companies and volunteers for the success of our programs this year.”

Briana Parks, Event Coordinator for Camp Wa-Ri-Ki

Let’s take the time to thank the supporters in our community as well as larger corporations. Learn more about our generous supporters below.

Here Are Our Camp Donors’ Websites:

The Backyard Bird Shop

Glen’s Gizmos

Hasson Company, Realtors – Leigh Calvert

Scented Acres Lavender Farm

Shrink Ray Farms

Purple Girl Beautique

Treesong Nature Retreat

Washougal School of Music

National Wildlife Federation

Skamania Fire District 4

USFS Smokey Bear

Whole Foods

Safeway

Waste Connections

Fred Meyer

BI-MART

The Lee Family (parking signs,volunteer breakfast and raffle items)

The Waleske Family (volunteer breakfast)

Jenna Francis (donated photography during one of our Nature Days)

Sydney Naumann (donated craft supplies we used at all 4 events)

 

Giving Tuesday is December 3rd!

We’re participating in Giving Tuesday in order to continue our drive to sustain and grow Camp programs for the Kids at Camp Wa-Ri-Ki.

We still have a lot of work to do for the kids at Camp Wa-Ri-Ki. We’d like to add new amenities such as a playground and archery range. We’d also like to upgrade our septic system and begin develop a new dining hall.

Help us quarterly (sustainer), or make a one time donation.

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