Thanks to the NBC Comcast Universal Foundation, Camp Fire First Texas will invest $50K to advancing equitable access to technology.
About 20 years ago I took my first steps across Camp El Tesoro’s lovely swinging bridge. Although at the time it felt like I was crossing a grand expanse on a thin swinging rope. Anxious, excited, and filled with wonder, I weathered that adventure to start my first day of camp. Unaware it would set me on a path that, much like the trails at our extraordinary camp, would shape me into the person I am today.
March 17 is Absolutely Incredible Kid Day. A special, national holiday that Camp Fire created and has celebrated since 1997 to remind ourselves and those around us how important it is to tell young people they matter!
Camp Fire First Texas Early Education Apprenticeship Program Awarded Tarrant County Workforce Development Award
Camp Fire First Texas Early Education Apprenticeship Program (EEAP) was awarded the Tarrant County Workforce Development & Workforce Government Board’s Apprenticeship Partner Award at the Annual Meeting & Awards Celebration on February 9.
Being bored all summer is the worst fate for third grader, Serenity. As an only child she could have spent this summer at home alone. Instead, she attended Camp Fire Summer Day Camp at Diamond Hill Station
A sister is a built-in friend, but after Anya and Kyra made a long and difficult cross-country move in the middle of a pandemic, they were ready to meet new friends and become a part of their Texas community
Levi loves the thrill of riding horses, looming high up in the air like a giant; he says riding makes him feel “tall and fast.” Thankfully, he gets to have this annual experience thanks to his time at Camp El Tesoro.
A new pilot partnership between Red Oak Foundation of Fort Worth and Camp Fire First Texas School Readiness Program seeks to establish a positive link between the developmental progress of young children and family-teacher engagement through reading.