Kiwanis Camp Casey


The North Central Kiwanis Memorial Fund supports charitable services for children and adults who live with disabilities. Our primary project is Kiwanis Camp Casey. We support the camper's independence and ability to experience summer fun they would typically not be able to experience without the assistance of the camp. We champion leadership development and maturity advancement of our counselors. We work cooperatively with our community and greater Kiwanis family to accomplish our mission.

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Website:http://www.campcasey.org
Address:PO Box 31033
Seattle, WA 98103-1033
Email:director@campcasey.org
Phone Number:206-713-7515
EIN:91-6034455
We are grateful to the many members of our greater community who help provide a free camp experience for our campers and leadership and personal growth opportunity for our counselors. They include but are not limited to the following local Kiwanis Clubs: Kirkland, Kent-Meridian, Lynnwood, Oak Harbor, Snohomish, Snohomish Tillicum, White Center, University Club and more.

Our business and friends of Kiwanis Camp Casey are numerous and a more complete list is on our donor web page. They include but are not limited to: The Anduin Foundation, Haggen Grocery, HP Waterfront, LLC, JHLandscaping, Microsoft Employee Matching Gifts Program, Petschl's/Mondo Meats,Trilogy For Kids and Wilcox Construction.
Kiwanis Camp Casey is a week-long summer camp for children ages 6-17 who are challenged by physical limitations. Sponsored by the North Central Seattle Kiwanis Club for over 80 years, the camp is staffed entirely by volunteers. Located at the Fort Casey Conference Center, next to the Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island in the old WWII barracks, now owned by Seattle Pacific University. Camp provides an often much-needed respite for parent caregivers, a fun, safe camp experience for campers, often leading to improved independence and self-confidence. A wonderful consequence of the Casey experience is the independence and ability to communicate care needs our campers develop and carry with them into adulthood and more fully independent living. Leadership skills and personal growth are achieved for the high school, college-age counselors who often seek employment in the health care, education sector. All participants form an appreciation for the abilities and accomplishments of people of all abilities and backgrounds. Finally, friendship with service is achieved for the many local area Kiwanis clubs and volunteers who assist each year; Kiwanis Camp Casey is truly a special place for all involved!