Celebrating 20 Years of Service
Educated Over 18,000 Students
Improving the Quality of Life For Children and Families Facing Health Complications
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PO BOX 800991
Santa Clarita, CA 91380
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Kindle began in 1998 as a one week summer camp for children impacted by HIV/AIDS. Today the organization improves the quality of life of thousands for children, young adults, and families facing life challenges through recreational experiences, educational services, and support programs.
2019 marks Kindle’s 21st anniversary! We are honored to have had the ability to touch so many lives over the years. We are committed and excited to continue our efforts in positively impacting the lives of children, teens, and families, facing life’s most challenging situations. We have evolved over the years to include health strategies that incorporate the promotion of mindfulness and wholehearted living through human connections.
Make a difference in the life of a child living with a health challenge. Our programs offer a safe, nurturing, supportive space for each participant to be themselves wholeheartedly. For many, this is the first time, or only time of the year, where they can truly be open with no secrets, no shame, and no stigma. They are heard and hugged. In addition, we are committed to creating similar “safe spaces” in communities for those facing various health challenges. Thank you in advance for being a part of this journey through your time, talent and treasures.
Our 21st annual Camp Kindle session is taking place this summer!! Thank you to everyone who has been a part of our family since our inception. We could never have been able to serve thousands without your help.
Kindle is a charity partner of ColorFlow Life, a consciousness education consulting company, teaming up to create a new program within Kindle called “Kindle Consciousness”.
CAMP KINDLE (A Day Camp for youth 5-12 in Southern California impacted by various health challenges, with a focus on youth receiving Behavioral Intervention. Staff are 16+ yrs of age.
June 17-21, 2019
Santa Clarita, CA