SPONSORS

Every child, regardless of income, deserves to experience KCC’s cultural journey

Ways to Sponsor a KCC Child

Kids & Culture Camp is pleased to partner with businesses and organizations in Washington, D.C. Click below for more information about partnership and sponsorship opportunities. Or, keep scrolling to learn of the specific ways.

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Corporate Sponsorship.

Kids and Culture Camp now offers Sponsorship Opportunities for select companies, individuals and organizations looking to support our mission while also gaining exposure for themselves and their brand. Our sponsors have an opportunity to connect with over 150 campers, their parents and our global community through three rewarding sponsorship packages. Click Sponsorship Opportunities below to view KCC’s packages.
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Monetary Donations.

Looking to help a child in need or contribute in a different way? Please support Kids and Culture Culture Camp’s Go Fund Me Campaign to raise $10,000 to provide 10 children who are in need an opportunity to attend Camp!

You can also sponsor a child by sending a payment via PayPal to info@kidandculture.com. Please be sure to put “child sponsor” in the note section. The registration fee for one week of camp is $260. Any amount helps and brings KCC closer to reaching its goal! Please note that sponsorships are not tax-deductible.

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Camp Supplies.

Would you like to provide supplies or contribute in a different way? Contact info@kidsandculture.com or (202) 643-8787 to discuss how we can work together to make Kids and Culture Camp the best camp in DC! ​

Below is a list of common items that KCC uses every year. If you would like to provide any of these items, please drop them by the camp office when camp is session.

AVAILABLE NOW! KIDS & CULTURE CAMP COOKBOOK

We're excited to release our new cookbook, "Vegan Cuisines from Around the World". The Kids & Culture Camp Cookbook takes your taste buds on an interactive culinary journey to sample a variety of cuisines from different regions, while offering insight into the history of the dishes and ingredients along the way. The 30 plant-based and dairy-free recipes provided in this cookbook span the Americas, the Caribbean, Islands of the World, African Fare, Asia, and Australia and each recipe is confidently kid-tested and approved.