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Fundraising/Donations Needed for Camp Pumziko

It's our primary goal for all of our youth to have the quintessential summer camp experience - learning exciting new, fun and educational skills, set in the heart of nature.

Sharing living quarters and responsibilities with a group of same-aged campers from various cities, states and countries is not only a tremendous amount of fun, but also a great opportunity for personal growth and garnering of long lasting friendships.

Making decisions independently of the family, working as a team toward a common goal, and learning the skill of compromising, are character-building lessons that develop lifetime substance.

We gather only the very best experienced friendly staff, select the very best accommodations and utilize the most appropriate equipment.

Providing all of this, during a 7-day 6-night sleep-away camp, for our youth true value is intangible. However, the actual monetary cost is $1,000 per camper. This is significantly greater than the current registration fee. It is because we target the inclusion of our youth from underserved marginalized communities, we strive to keep the fees as low as possible.

To defray the actual cost, we rely heavily on dedicated and enthusiastic volunteer staff. And we have an ongoing fundraising campaign, both on-line and in our communities. This combination, in addition to soliciting financial and in-kind donations, help to supplement the true cost of camp.

We are pleased to bring

to the community:

 Virtual Camp Pumziko July 20- July 25
 

Youth from around the country will gather on the Zoom digital platform for a week of engaging sessions centered on acquiring skills relevant to this current moment and the protracted movement of our people.
 

Camp Pumziko's age cohorts will be reestablished in both form and organizational structure during virtual camp. Which simply means, our Pakas (ages 6-8), Chuis (ages 9-10), Simbas (ages 11-12), and Panthers (ages 13- 17) will join separate ZOOMS each day for lessons, dialogue, and activities that are developmentally appropriate.
 

Our sessions will feature the following topics:

  • Political Education 
  • Urban Survivalism  
  • Media Activism        
  • Health and Wellness

On Saturday, July 25th, our traditional family day gathering will be held in this virtual communal space. Camp Pumziko families will join in to hear youth share both lessons learned and skills acquired. Youth who submit skill demonstration videos will also be presented certificates of achievement. And members of our New Afrikan Scout Organization will earn points towards their skill/merit badges.
 

Notes:

Registration/ Deposit Fee: $25.00 (Form/ Placeholder)

Participation Fee: $250.00 for Virtual Camp 

                               $250.00 for the Leadership Institute

           for a total of $500.00 for youth participating in both.

           Covers PDF manual and needed materials. ($50.00/day)

Sibling Graduated Discount Rate: $250.00 for the 1st child; $225.00 for the 2nd child, $200.00 for the 3rd child. The $25.00 reduction caps at $175.00.
 

We do not want money to be a deterrent to participation. If you are interested in your child attending Virtual Camp Pumziko 2020, please fill out our mutual aid application form. We will review each application with care. We want all of our youth who want to participate included in this experience!
 

Memorandum of Understanding with Chicago Freedom School…

Similar to Summer Youth Employment
 

Leadership Institute July 20- July 25

Camp Pumziko is also offering a Leadership Institute for our current New Afrikan Scout Organization members who serve as youth leaders within their local troops. Our leadership institute will engage in both dialogue and training in the areas of:

  • International Human Rights
  • Context for our Movement/Strategy
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Safety and Security Protocols
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Leadership
  • Types of Organizational Leadership
  • Resolving Conflict and Coming to Consensus

Our leadership Institute will conduct training for youth ages 6- 25 in age appropriate cohort bands. Each tier of training will increase in depth and rigor all with the goal of developing young people who are best equipped to meet the emergent needs of their families and communities.

2020 Camp Pumziko Sponsors

Tax Deductible Donations 

NASO & Other Monthly Donation Options 
 
NASO Dues Options

CAD Member 



$100 CAD Member 

$150 CAD Member 

Monthly MXGM Dues 
 
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