For the Children & Royal Family Kids 
Kenosha, WI

Would you like to purchase a birthday gift for a child in foster care?

Needed volunteer Roles

  • Bible Teacher - curriculum comes from RFK
  • Drama Coordinator - any creative arts experience
  • Music Coordinator - music provided, learns music and teaches to kids and team (not instruments, but could be okay to add)
  • MEN (In desperate need of a male presence at camp)
  • Camp Counselor’s
  • Tech Person (sound, computer, video)
  • Events Team Communicator (like to plan parties)
  • Photographer
  • Grandparents / Prayer
  • Lifeguard
  • Scribe - Document Camp Stories and Memories - Scrapbook page for each camp year
  • Dean of Teens - Support Person (Creative or Tech Experience)

What we're about:

About Us

For the Children/Royal Family Kids is building a world free of family-induced trauma.

Annually, 3.6 million cases of child abuse, neglect or abandonment are reported in America.
One of these victims dies every six hours due to that abuse. But you can make a difference through your support!

We aim to model God's love through annual camps, mentor clubs, and dynamic events!

Our programming is purposefully designed to be non-competitive and non-threatening while allowing children to experience belonging & success.

Same Heart, New Name.

For 30 years, volunteers, churches, businesses, local municipal partners and Royal Family Kids staff have dedicated their time, talent and treasures to help transform the lives of vulnerable children across the US and the world. While RFK has  overseen camps and mentoring programs, the breadth of our work has evolved far beyond these two programs. Today we provide direct trauma intervention, advocacy, fostering, adoption, support to parents, and other crucial services.

Consequently, as of November 2020, Royal Family KIDS, will officially be renamed For The Children. This transition will bring clarity to new opportunities, from providing laptops and shoes to needy children, to assisting overburdened social workers, to providing temporary shelter.

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