Heritage Camp families value the many cultural community volunteers who share their heritage with children and parents, and interact with camp families.
Networking with other adoptive families, sharing experiences, and learning from adoptive parenting experts are key components of the camps.
Developing a positive self-identity in adopted children is ultimately what Heritage Camp is all about.
Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families serves as a post adoption resource and advocate for children and families with diverse heritages.
We accomplish this by facilitating annual heritage camps, which provide culturally relevant and family-centered experiences for every member of the family.
These camps provide an opportunity to share in a common experience that fulfills a sense of community and individual identity. It is our hope that every adopted child will leave a heritage camp knowing more about who they are and where they came from, and that every member of the family will have a better awareness of and sense of pride in their adopted child's birth heritage. The camps let children and families relish in being part of a larger group “just like themselves.”
These Kroger grocery cards are good at stores around the country. Buy a preloaded card for $5 and help Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families receive 5% of every purchase made with your card! You can buy one at the camps this summer, or online today!
Our memory package includes all of the photos taken by our team of volunteer coordinators at your camp, including group photos of each child’s age group, plus the Closing Ceremony slide show.
Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families, Inc.
c/o Pam Sweetser Executive Director 2052 Elm Street Denver, Colorado 80207 Email Us or call 303.320.4234