In a year like no other, our donors and supporters went above and beyond to support our mission.
Why Give to Camp4All?
To Give Every Scout a World Class Summer Camp Experience
100% of proceeds from our Camp4All campaign go to getting Scouts to camp and giving them an unparalleled experience at our world-class camp properties.
Why is Summer Camp so Important?
Recent research in the Journal of Youth Development shows that attending summer camp helps youth develop skills essential to success in academics and in the workplace.
What researchers found by studying camp attendees was that the experiences intrinsic to summer camps – trying new activities, living with your peers, being required to be more independent – all inspired personal growth.
The Camp4All Impact: Cub Scout Pack 20
Parents, leaders and Scouts from Northeast Portland’s Pack 20 enjoyed camp for the first time ever, courtesy of your gift to Camp4All.
Donation & Giving Questions?
All donations from individual donors will go to the Camp4All to fund outdoor education opportunities; such as camp attendance scholarships for youth and camp staff scholarships, provide program supplies and equipment, maintain camp facilities, and provide critical camp staff training.
2020 Funds Designation
Here’s where we invested Camp4All in 2020:
Despite a global pandemic and a closure of schools, summer camps and more, Scouts in the Cascade Pacific Council continued to Scout, serve and grow.
Funds raised will Rebuild Butte Creek Scout Ranch whose campsites were destroyed by wildfires.
The CPC Team developed and delivered Adventure Kits to 3,920 kids throughout the USA. Hundreds of families also joined in virtual hiking, scavenger hunts and more!
What’s Next for Camp4All
Here are some examples of where we expect Camp4All funds to be designated in 2021.
Summer Camp Scholarships
Funds will be available for any Scout in need.
New Scout & Family Programs
We are actively creating new, COVID-friendly programs for Scouts and their families.
We will invest in a new Ecology Center and multi-purpose buildings for family and group activities.
The Cascade Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America is a 501 (c) 3 organization registered for charitable purposes in both Oregon and Washington. Volunteer finance committees work closely with staff members to oversee both fiscal responsibility and sound investment strategies for the council. Strict governance practices and annual audits, performed by an independent audit firm, ensure the highest integrity in the management of your donation.