Royal Family KIDS



The primary purpose of Royal Family KIDS Camp is to give children a week of positive memories in a loving environment with the help of an encouraging camp counselor. By mobilizing local churches to sponsor a one-week camp for abused and neglected children ages 7-11 in their local community, RFK camps gets caring adults involved in the lives of children who need them most. Each camp has two very simple goals: make positive childhood memories for the kids and let them experience unconditional love from an adult. Many volunteers who go to camp are inspired to become mentors, become foster parents and even adopt children who need a loving, caring family.


Royal Family KIDS Clubs offers a way to mentor foster children at a critical developmental stage (ages 7-11) and build healthy new patterns that can change their lives. The program offers an intensive, year round program through multi-denominational neighborhood churches - with no fees charged to foster families - in a 2-step process.

SUMMER: Royal Family Kids Camp, free 5-day residential summer camps with one counselor for every 2 children. They build a week of positive memories.

SCHOOL YEAR: RFK campers now have the chance to join Royal Family KIDS Clubs/Mentoring for Foster Kids. They get a full school year of 1-to-1 mentoring (4 hours each month) from a trained adult, PLUS monthly club meetings and field trips. For more information on Royal Family KIDS Clubs please email

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