Camp iCare

K-2nd Grade3rd-5th GradeAvailable in SummerDay CampEducationLeadership Skills

Contact Information
Lauren Faulkner



Program Description

Camp iCare was founded in 2010 with a vision to empower the next generation; since then has since hosted over 60 camps and reached over 2,500 youth. Camp iCare is one of Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences' Cary Center for the Advancement for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies’ trademarked programs.

We are dedicated to educating youth about money and philanthropy because we want the next generation to see their own potential to bring about positive change in the world around them. When teaching youth how to SPEND, SAVE, and SHARE their money wisely and the importance to give of their TIME, TALENTS, TREASURE, and TRUST, they become leaders of tomorrow!

Camp iCare is an action-packed day camp designed to foster imagination, build confidence, encourage compassion, and highlight the need for kids to be money smart while making an impact on others. Campers completing grades K-5 identify core values, learn key money skills, understand wants vs. needs, and practice philanthropy. Campers will develop their leadership and giving skills during this unforgettable week through EPIC experiences!

Last Updated: April 22, 2022