Camp Birchrock 2020 Donations

When you invest in Camp Fire Oneida, you are investing in our local youth and their futures.

Managed by a Board of Trustees, the Camp Fire Oneida’s mission is to provide the opportunity for youth to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.

Our Impact: Every year, we have on average of 150 day and resident campers. Approximately 20% of our campers receive at least some amount of campership. In 2019, we were able to give $12,622 in Campership to the families that otherwise could not afford to send their children.

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        Gregg Curry

        Our family has had a cottage on Velvet Lake since 1948. I have a lot of nonprofit board experience and would be pleased to help.

        Anonymous | $145

        My sister, Julie, and I were Camp Birchrock campers in the late 70's and early 80's. Our mother, Sharon Schroeder, was the executive director of CFG for several years. We have such fond memories of overnight camp and all of the river trips we took. Julie and I are happy to support a week of day camp for a young person and hope she/he will enjoy the outdoors as much as we did growing up in Northern Wisconsin.