Through Their Lens: Cabin Life. HFH Summer Camps offer campers an authentic sleepaway camp experience, including plenty of pride for their bunks! Check out these camper snapshots of cabin life from HFH Summer Camps 2018.
Every year, campers at Camps Lanowa and Wakonda look forward to Carnival Day, a special celebration featuring music, face painting, a dunk tank, and more. Check out campers’ photos from Carnival Day during last year’s camp season.
Session 1 of HFH Summer Camps 2019 begins on June 28! Don't miss the application deadlines for the 2019 camps season: Apply by June 14th for Session 1 (June 28 - July 11) Apply by July 2nd for Session 2 (July 16 - July 29) Apply by July 19th for Session 3 (August 2 - August 16) Camper
The first session of HFH Summer Camps 2019 begins on June 28, but camper recruitment efforts are already underway for the summer, when hundreds of New York City kids will enjoy a free sleepaway camp experience. Paola Rodriguez, Camp Registrar for HFH Summer Camps, is responsible for coordinating the team of Camp Recruiters
At the annual Teen Leader Retreat, participants in the HFH Summer Camps Teen Leader Program gathered for a weekend filled with ropes courses and reminiscing after a summer spent acting as mentors at HFH Summer Camps. The Teen Leader Program, which lasts for three years, gives participants the opportunity to mentor younger campers
Summer day campers from Prospect and Williamsbridge were in for a treat when Tamara Shenkle, Owner and Executive Chef of Amoraco Catering, visited them for a healthy, hands-on cooking demonstration. Shenkle had participated in this spring's KidCare NYC Jop Hop, an event where young participants spoke to professionals from different industries speed-dating style
“I always had some aspiration to give back to my community,” explained Georgeann Gigi, known by most of her coworkers as Gigi. In her role as operations associate for HFH Summer Camps, Gigi is doing just that– helping kids around her hometown of New York City have access to a real summer camp
Homelessness places profound stress on a child's life, and many of these stressors are compounded during the summer season. Homes for the Homeless offers a unique opportunity for over 550 children to attend Summer Camps in Harriman State Park and experience the season as a kid should - with activities including hiking, swimming, dancing,