"CSC does more than help children reach their potential. It is at CSC that these children realize they have potential. Their lives are so full of stress and challenge, they don’t see it. Without CSC, they probably never would."
Camp programs include strengths-based outdoor experiential education, leadership training, adventure programming, arts education and environmental awareness. All campers participate in financial responsibility, health & wellness, and literacy activities.
“I learned good teamwork and budgeting.” –Garreth
Thank you to our Lifelong Achievement Partners!
Greg H. Altman Foundation, Crooker Construction LLC, Machias Savings Bank, Main Line Fence Co., Michael Pizzo and Maria Trivellin, Susan Thomas, Paul White Company
Camp Susan Curtis 2020 Season: Camp Susan Curtis held camp this summer for 91 economically disadvantaged Maine children. We put careful safety measures in place, and all the campers and counselors stayed healthy. The kids enjoyed much needed outdoor play, time with friends after months of isolation, and a mental health break from stressors at home. In addition to the in-person social connection and support we were able to provide at camp, we distributed 800 camp activity kits at summer meal sites across the state, and hosted regular broadcasts on Facebook for campers at home. Please use this linkto view a special message of thanks to our many 2020 supporters who made this possible.
“Camp Susan Curtis has not only shaped me into a better person but has taught me the important things in life like responsibility, patience, and to try my very best in whatever I do. They have taught me that anything is possible.”
“We can’t thank you enough for the amazing experience that your camp provides for our children. Camp Susan Curtis allows our kids to create memories and build skills that will last a lifetime.”
“I truly believe Camp Susan Curtis had a big part in how I formed my work ethic and to strive for more for myself and my own family.”
–Camp Susan Curtis Alumni
Click here to check out our 2019 Annual Impact Report