Peacemakers Day Camp 2021


Our plan for this year

Now Open!! Sign up for Peacemakers 2021 Live In Person ! Two sessions, July 12th-16th and 19th-23rd. 8:30-11:30 Outside at the Friends Meeting House on the Koenen land Preserve Ages 6-12. Please Request registration form at info@peacemakerscamp.org

Hello Peacemaker Families, ! The staff, director and committee as a whole have met and discussed the best way for us to move forward with camp this year with consideration of the Covid-19 pandemic. After careful consideration and review of the community’s input, we have figured out what we will do for the 2020 camp. We will be teaching and leading with our mission and vision in the forefront and approaching the curriculum and lesson set up with engaging fun and creativity. We will do our best to create a vibrant experience for your young peacemaker . It will be IN PERSON on the land at the Friends meetinghouse mornings during the week 8:30-11:30 all outside with the exception of bathrooms and aid. Masks will be worn by all staff and campers. We look forward to having your family participate in camp this year and hope that you will help us in whatever way possible to make this a positive, memorable experience for your peacemaker. Please request registration form at info@peacemakerscamp.org

THE THEME FOR THIS YEAR’S CAMP IS : “River of Peace” Peace Like A River

July 12–16 or July 19–23 2021

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR 2021!!! CAMP WILL BE IN PERSON Please email info@peacemakerscamp.org with questions and to request registration form

The mission of Peacemakers Day Camp is to promote peace and teach peacemaking skills to a diverse group of children in a safe, fun environment. We will help guide children to discover their potential as peacemakers.

Our Vision

Through play, discussion, creative arts, music, helping others, and interacting with nature, campers gain confidence in themselves as peacemakers.  Every day, campers learn and practice various skills, such as giving put-ups, building peace bridges, compromising, negotiating, using “I” messages, and sharing respect.

Who we are

The teachers, staff, and teen counselors – most of whom are volunteers – are committed to work together to lead the campers and to respond to group and individual needs compassionately and collectively.

Founded in 1986, Milwaukee Children’s Peacemakers Day Camp is a nonsectarian program of the Milwaukee Friends Meeting (Quakers)