Policy on Inclusion
Camp Fire Recognizes Dignity and Worth
As one of the nation’s leading youth development organizations, Camp Fire takes pride in its long-standing commitment to providing programs and services to all youth and families. Camp Fire’s Statement of Inclusion: Camp Fire works to realize the dignity and worth of each individual and to eliminate human barriers based on all assumptions that prejudge individuals. Designed and implemented to reduce sexual, racial, religious, and cultural stereotypes and to foster positive intercultural relationships, in Camp Fire, everyone is welcome. Click Here to read an interview with Cathy Tisdale, Camp Fire’s National President and CEO, discussing Camp Fire’s long history of inclusiveness (“It Pays to Be Inclusive,” The New York Times, July 19, 2012).