We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to each of the following individuals and businesses that helped make the Kids 2 Camp Benefit Auction, held on August 25, 2018, a big success! At the end of the day, more than $235,000 had been raised for the Kids 2 Camp Scholarship fund. Please help us express our appreciation by thanking these individuals and patronizing these wonderful businesses for helping make this event such a success.

A Custom Card 4U, Nick and Judi Seegert, Camano Island
Alquist, Maggie, Lakeview, AR
Andrews, Don and Gale, Marysville
Anthony's Restaurants, Bellevue
Battle Creek Golf Course, Tulalip
Blackburn, Betty, Edmonds
Blue, Bill and Marguerite, Everett
Barbara Bryand at Eastside Salon, Stanwood
, Five Puget Sound locations
Cahuya, Catherine, Arlington
Camaloch Golf Course, Mike Reynolds, Pro/Mgr., Camano Island
Canopy Tours Northwest, Camano Island
Cloes, Randy and Linda, Redmond
Collins, Peter and Becky, Stanwood
Costco Wholesale, Smokey Point
Cranston, Frank and Ardy, Seattle
Cross, Carolyn, Partylite Consultant, Stanwood
Cross, John and Carolyn, Stanwood
Cuz Concrete Products, Inc., Arlington
Day, David and Karen, Happy Valley, OR
Dick's Drive-In, Six locations in Seattle area
Dixon, Ken and Carol, Shoreline
Double Barrel BBQ, Jim Lee, Sedro Woolley
Edward Jones, Peggy Burr, Stanwood
Elger Bay Grocery, Deli, and Gifts, Camano Island
Everett Silvertips Hockey Club
Family Fun Center and Restaurant, Edmonds
Hulan Fleming, Artist, Monroe
Forest Land Services, Stanwood
Furrie, Ethan and Lisa, Spokane
Glancy, John and Sally, Seattle
Goehner, Don and Caryl, Nipomo, CA
Beth Gold, DDS, PS, Marysville
Goodnight, David and Shelly, Bothell
Gordon, Steve and Jaime, Manhattan, MT
Grigsby, Stephen and Donna, Stanwood
Hamilton Lumber, Stanwood
Hansen, Celia, Stanwood
Hartley, Bill and Darlene, Stanwood
Hawthorne, Jim and Pat, Stanwood
Henry, Ann, Stanwood
Hewlett, Tony, DDS, Family Dentistry, Stanwood
Ho, Larry and Susan, Mercer Island
Holzknecht, Evan and Molly, Stanwood
Hudson, Jon and Francie, Camano Island
Humphrey, Dan and Dawn, Snohomish
Imagine Children's Museum, Everett
Ishler, Brad and Shanna, McCleary
Jarrett, Carol, Stanwood
Jasmin Thai Cuisine & Sushi, Stanwood
John Howie Restaurants:
    John Howie Steak, Bellevue
    Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar, Bellevue  
    Beardslee Public House, Bothell
Johnson, Paul, Stanwood
Johnson, Celia, Everett
Jones, Susan, Stanwood
Jonson, Dee and Lou, Stanwood
Kauppila, Eric and Jennifer, Seattle
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
King, Bob and Jeannie, Bellevue
King, Steve, Stanwood
Klesick Family Farm, Stanwood
Les Schwab Tire, Stanwood
Libengood, Angela, Camano Island
Lincoln Theatre Foundation, Mount Vernon
Lowe's Home Improvement, Smokey Point
Madison, Carlie and Trish, Richfield, MN
Matthews, Joe, Stanwood
McClintick, Bill and Betsy, Box Elder, SD
McDole, Bud and Mary Belle, Stanwood
McDowell, Ed and Bev, Stanwood
McLaughlin, Marvon and Marilee, Stanwood
McMenamins Pubs and Breweries, Portland, OR
McMullen, W. Dee, Wenatchee
Miller, Daryl and Elsie, Mountlake Terrace
Mills, Pat, Stanwood
Mitchell, Sue, Renton
Moses, Vic and Mary, Seattle
Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham
Museum of Flight, Seattle
Museum of Pop Culture (MPOP), Seattle
Mylin, Gerry, Columbia, PA
Nelson, Stan and Nancy, Stanwood
Nienaber, Mike and Sue, Bothell
North Cascade Building Materials, Everett
Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood, Daniel Haskins, DVM
Nysether, Lyle and Joanne, Stanwood
Orchard's Nursery, Stanwood
Overton, John and Carolyn, Stanwood
PNW Conference of the Free Methodist Church, Seattle
Pacific Science Center, Seattle
Pakko, Janet, Bothell
Patterson, Pat and Jeannie, Stanwood
Pend Oreille Shores Resort, Hope, ID
Pepsi Beverages Co. of Everett
Pollock, Jerry and Claudia, Willits, CA
Ricarte, Steve and Clarene, Stanwood
Ritchey, Shawn and Tori, Stanwood
Rockaway Bar & Grill, Camano Island
Natalie Rodriguez Massage, Stanwood
Rongve, Cris and Laurie Barger, Redmond
Sand, Michelle, Stanwood
Schapelhouman, Fred and Henriet, Redmond
Schlagel Insurance Agency Inc., Arlington
Schreiber, Al and Jo Anne, Stanwood
Scott, Arlene, Stanwood
Sea Glass Fine Art Photography, Thomas Fallon, South Portland, ME
Seattle Mariners
Seattle Pacific University Department of Athletics
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Mount Vernon
Stanwood QFC
Stanwood Self Storage, Starkenburg, Wade
Steiner, Shai, Clinton
Strelecki, Ray and Barbara, Lake Forest Park
Sunnyside Nursery, Marysville
Taproot Theatre Company, Seattle
Teague, Claudia, Stanwood
The Lights of Christmas, Stanwood
Trepus Painting, Gordon and Joyce Trepus, Arlington
Trish B Photography, Trish Beagle, Mount Vernon
Trutina Financial, Bellevue
Twin City Foods, Inc., Stanwood
Twin City Lanes, Stanwood
United Plumbing, Bill and Patricia Sieh, Monroe
Village Theatre, Everett
Nancy L Voelckers, CPA, Stanwood
Voth, Eileen, Inver Grove Heights, MN
Walston, JoAnn, Stanwood
Wantland, Duane, Stanwood
Warm Beach Camp, Stanwood,
Warm Beach Camp Horsemanship Program, Lisa Tremain, Director
Washington Trucking Company, Arlington
Watson Adventures, NewYork, NY
We Play Outside! Sports, Ed McDowell, Stanwood
Wellington Chocolates, Julie Berg, Owner, Woodinville
Wennerberg, Arne and Diane, Stanwood
Weston, Janli, Arlington
Weyers, Willey and Janice, Stanwood
Whitehead, Matt and Melanie, Shoreline
Willow & Jim's Country Cafe, Silvana
Wilson, Jessica, Stanwood
Windermere Real Estate, Hans Ostrander, Stanwood
Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle
Yerger, Jeff and Anne, Lacey
Youngsman, Jim and Ruth, Stanwood
Zachry, Glen and Eilene, Marysville


The Campaign for Warm Beach Camp

Keeping the Path Clear to the Cross

Keeping the Path Clear to the Cross is a vision to be embraced over a lifetime. Real transformation occurs when people connect to God, others, and all of creation in a meaningful and lasting fashion. To ensure that this vision continues to flourish, Warm Beach Camp has launched the Embracing the Vision campaign to provide funds for camper programs, capital projects and operational activities.

"Keeping the Path Clear to the Cross is our lifetime goal for Warm Beach Camp. The Embracing the Vision campaign will focus that vision in new and exciting ways for God's kingdom." -Ed McDowell, Executive Director, Warm Beach Camp

Funding Components

The Embracing the Vision campaign will strengthen Warm Beach Camp by:

Total ETV Campaign: $8.6 million

For more information related to the Embracing the Vision campaign for Warm Beach Camp, or to make a contribution to the campaign, please contact the WBC Development Department, or call 800-228-6724, 360-652-7575.

Looking for a way to get involved?

Warm Beach Camp needs volunteers of all ages and abilities in order to make the ministry happen all year long! It's our goal to make volunteering a fun, rewarding and well-organized experience. We are able to offer you or your group a customized experience specifically tailored to your needs.  Opportunities vary with the season of ministry and may last a day, week, month or longer.

Questions? For general inquiries please submit a volunteer inquiry form. For immediate assistance call 360-652-7575 or toll free (in WA) 1-(800)-228-6724.

Camp is a place where a kid can leave behind the cares, distractions, and problems of everyday life and embrace a new beginning. The love of God becomes more real at Camp, lived out through the lives of caring staff. The Kids 2 Camp scholarship fund strengthens youth ministry and helps needy kids come to Camp. In partnership with over 40 churches and agencies, Warm Beach Camp draws more than 1600 campers a year to Camp who would otherwise be left out. Generous donors make Camp experience possible – and life changes here. Giving kids the time of their lives can change their futures. Open your heart to a child and send them to Camp!

Partner with us by joining the $1 Dollar a Day Campaign and give $30 a month to make sure no one is left out of a chance to have their heart touched at Camp.

One time gifts of $50, $100, $500 or whatever you can give are also welcomed. Every year the opportunity continues to grow. Our goal is to raise $250,000 annually to strengthen youth ministry and help needy kids come to Camp.

Give Now

A word to partnering churches and agencies

A young man with a troubled background turns his life around and is now reaching his peers for Christ - and it all began at Camp.

A mother discovers hope - and it all began at Camp where her child attends through the generosity of others.

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