Join us at Camp June 14-19!
This year, La Casa de Cristo volunteers are needed to help with the camp being sponsored by Scottsdale Bible Church, June 14-19, at Tonto Rim Christian Campground in Payson.
Want to make a difference? We need volunteers for the week of camp: counselors (called cousins), helpers, nurses, and a music leader.
– Register Here
Can’t make it for the week? Come up to camp for a day and help with our Birthday Bash or be a part of the Home Team to help out before or after camp (at La Casa de Cristo in Scottsdale). – Register Here
In Arizona, over 18,000 kids live in foster care. RFKC is an unforgettable week of summer camp for children who live the rest of the year in group homes or foster homes.
At camp we create powerful and positive memories by showing our campers God’s love to keep them “going and growing” until they return the next summer for another great week at camp.
During the week we throw a Birthday Bash—a time of cake, games, and presents—to celebrate every child’s special day. We plan many other exciting activities such as horseback riding, kickball, archery, paintball target practice, fishing, and more. Mostly, kids are affirmed through God’s compassionate care and love.
Birthday Party at Your Door!
This year, we celebrated our Royal Family Kids with a Birthday Party At Your Door! La Casa joined with other churches to create amazing presents for the children who would have gone to camp!
What Our Leaders Are Saying
- “Every year God gives me 365 days that I get to choose what I will do. This June I know 6 of those days will be filled with the Holy Spirt uplifting Foster Kids.” —Joe Wentling
- “I’m excited that La Casa de Cristo is leading our very first camp for Royal Family Kids. This is an amazing ministry.” —Kyle Treude
- “Royal Family Kids Camp is the best way to proactively impact a child’s future in a positive way. This is a great way to invest in our kids’ future to be productive, healthy and engaged citizens in our community!!” —Craig Culloton
- “What I love about camp is that there is a 1:1 ratio of adults to campers so I never feel like I am on my own in any situation.” —Sheri Lawson