We're on a mission to give kids from low-income families in Brooklyn the opportunity to attend sleep-away camp. Camp can transform lives, families and our community.
Just $750 will send one child to camp for two weeks.
Find Your Camp Self, please support our mission by making a donation.
1 in 3 Brooklyn children live at or below poverty. Founded in 2002, Camp Brooklyn Fund has sent over 3,000 Brooklyn kids to summer camp.
To be eligible campers must be 7-16 y/o, Brooklyn residents, enrolled in public or public/charter school and participate in USDA reduced lunch program.
News & Events
Please join us Wednesday May 31 at the Water Club for our 2017 Community Service Award Gala and Auction! Sponsorships, journal advertisements and tickets are now on sale. Click here for more information.
We are thrilled to be honoring:
Carlo Scissura, President and CEO, New York Building Congress and Jeanine Ramirez, Brooklyn Reporter for Spectrum News NY1
This year's 'HAPPY CAMPER' scholarship will be awarded to Kevin Booker (Trailblazers).
We’re excited to announce that Camp Brooklyn Fund has been awarded a grant for $3,500 from the Staples 2 Million & Change Program! We’d like to thank Staples for supporting our local community and in aiding our mission to give kids from low-income families in Brooklyn the opportunity to attend sleep-away camp.
Camp Brooklyn was founded by Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz in 2002 and now operates as Camp Brooklyn Fund, a not-for-profit 501(C)(3) organization. We raise the necessary funds through fundraisers, sponsorships, grants for program support and donations from caring individuals.
Please sign-up to join us at the next Camp Brooklyn Fund event.