Change a life.

Every kid you know shares one thing in common: they have limitless potential.

With the right guidance and support, all kids can explore who they are and who they can become. They can discover themselves. They can thrive.

Camps at the Y share one thing: they’re about discovery.

Kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories.

You can provide a meaningful outdoor experience for a young person this year.

See how your gift can help kids like Devon, Jade and Monet have a limitless summer.

Day Camp: Experience camp, but sleep in your own bed

Kids get to enjoy the magic of camp before they spend the night away from home. Day camp at the Y provides fun and challenging outdoor activities that help campers grow physically, mentally and spiritually.

See how the four Komatsu children are overcoming fears and obstacles at Day Camp Kici Yapi.

Overnight Camp: Build confidence and try something new

Overnight Camp has the power to transform even the shyest camper into a confident leader. It turns strangers into instant friends. It changes barriers into successes. Campers create memories that last a lifetime through activities like horseback riding, swimming, ropes, sailing, and camp fires.

Hear campers Cade, Caroline, Yakoub, and Oceane rave about their amazing summer at Camp Warren.

Family Camp: Ditch the office, focus on what matters

Unplug from the steady stream of emails, phone calls and meetings. Y family camps strengthen families by providing opportunities for individual and family growth, supporting spiritual development and enhancing environmental awareness in a wilderness setting.

Watch families open up about their Camp du Nord experience.

Wilderness Camp: Find your own path with friends for life

Campers start in base camp then head out on canoeing, backpacking or rock climbing tips. Wilderness trips are focused on respect and values that build skills for life. Through teamwork, leadership training, self-reflection, and physical challenge, youth cultivate a relationship with the environment that is unparalleled.

Learn from campers and staff at Camp Widjiwagan as they share their experiences on trail.

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