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AMAZING EVENT - thank you!  Campers want to say thank you too:

You can view earlier days' video clips any time HERE.

Campfires & Cocktails is going beyond a one-night event this year with 6 Days of Giving to send 'S'MORE' kids to Camp Wapiyapi! You can join anytime from anywhere between September 12th and September 17th.  

  • Each morning ticket-holders will receive a notification with a video glimpse into camp. Campers are excited to share with you what your support looks like!  Daily news include an auction update and can be viewed now or later, as you wish.
  • Bid in the auction ANYTIME between 9:00am Sep 12th and 7:59pm Sep 17th. Check out a NEW item each day, 'Buy Now' items you could win before the 17th, & some surprises during the week. Winners will pick up item(s) at a north or south metro location. Or let us know if you prefer to cover shipping.
  • Auction closes at 8:00pm Sep 17th. Paddle Raise donations may be made until 9:00pm.


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Help Us Send S'more Kids to Camp!

No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.

ABOUT US: Camp Wapiyapi has provided free, residential camp experiences for over twenty years to children ages 6 to 17 facing pediatric cancer. With the support of individuals and businesses like yours, annual week-long summer camps in Woodland Park benefit the whole family through the inclusion of both patients and siblings.  Kids recapture the spontaneity of being childlike which cancer has stolen from them - at no charge to the families.  

Wapiyapi is a Lakota Sioux word that means "health and healing."  For hundreds of kids with cancer and their siblings, it also means hope.  No gift is too small to help families to continue to heal outside of the hospital. Our 501(c)(3) charity has served nearly 2,000 children since 1998. Over 150 volunteers make this program possible each year. 

Wapiyapi's Mission: To foster healing, fun, and friendships through an exceptional camp experience.

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