Each summer since 1967, The Maine Children’s Home Summer Camp Scholarship Program has made the dream of attending a summer camp a reality for underprivileged children throughout Maine.
In partnership with several summer camps, including Camp Susan Curtis, Camp Tracy, Fair Haven Camps, Mechuwana and the Julia Clukey Camps for Girls, children are making new friends, learning new skills, building self-esteem and independence, and overcoming many of the hurdles they face while living in poverty.
As a nonprofit relying heavily on donor contributions, The Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers needs the support of businesses and individuals to raise the $250-$400 per child for us to give deserving children an opportunity they would otherwise not have.
Please help make an experience at camp a reality for a Maine child by donating to our Summer Camp Scholarship Program.
If you would like to support The Maine Children’s Home Summer Camp Scholarship Program or if you know of a child in need that could benefit from an overnight camping experience, please contact Rick Dorian at 207-873-4253 or by email.
Jobs for Maine Graduates (JMG) partners with Maine's public middle and high schools, community colleges, and university systems to help students reach their fullest potential. Each year, they choose a philanthropy project to help students give back to their local community. We were very fortunate that they have chosen us to raise funds for our Summer Camp Program! Through "Coins for Camp" JMG partnered schools are aiming to donate their spare change so more Maine children can go to camp each summer!
During the summer, we partner with Damon’s Beverage to send kids to summer camp. Anyone who goes to a participating Damon’s will have a chance to purchase a tent pinup for one dollar and all proceeds go to the Summer Camp Scholarship Program. Participating Damon’s locations include Augusta, Bangor, Skowhegan, and Waterville.