Community Service Projects

Youth want to shape their world—especially teens. Camp Fire works with school administrators, teachers, parents, and - of couse, teens- to them help develop the skills and confidence to do just that: lift their voice and change their world for the good. Here are a few examples of how local teens in Camp Fire's Youth Leadership Development programs are becoming empowered to make a difference in our community, today.

 

Judkins Middle School
Fall 2018
Spark Champions: Ana Valdez & Mrs. Babka
Project goal: Raise Awareness about Animal Mistreatment & Neglect
Outcome: Goal completed + $500 raised for SLO Animal Shelter through student-led afterschool fundraiser

 

Kermit McKenzie Junior High School
Fall 2018
Spark Champion: Ana Valdez & ____
Project goal: Examine educational goals and career paths
Outcome: Goal completed....

 

Mesa Middle School
Fall 2018
Spark Champion: Ana Valdez & Mr. Machado
Project goal: Examine...
Outcome: Goal completed....

 

Righetti High School
Fall 2018
Spark Champion: Ana Valdez & ___, ___
Project goal: Examine...
Outcome: Goal completed....

 

 

Kermit McKenzie Junior High School
November 2014
Project goal: Touch up 60′ mural

 

TIA Cabin Teens
October 2014
Project goal: Make a difference in one day for a child with cancer

 

Key Stone Club
October 2014
Project goal: Bring joy to senior at a care facility

 

Judkins Middle School
May 2014
Project goal: Provide art supplies for the children in a Women’s Shelter

 

Santa Maria High School Hands & Feet Club
April 2014
Project goal: Provide a family picnic for the children and their families in the homeless shelter