Camp St. Vincent is a free, all-inclusive, eight-week summer camp located in Patterson Park in Southeast Baltimore and operates Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Camp St. Vincent provides a fun, supervised environment with academic, therapeutic and enrichment programming for children, ages 5-14 from homeless families from Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
All children are eligible for free daily bus transportation from our designated pick-up sites. All camp activities, supplies, daily breakfast and lunch, backpacks, swims suits, beach towels and t-shirts are provided free to campers.
Camp St. Vincent’s program is specifically designed to address the impact of homelessness on academic, social, and emotional development with a structured reading and math curriculum, social skills groups, and cultural enrichment activities.
Within the safety and support of a therapeutic setting, children develop positive trusting relationships with adults that assist them in maintaining grade-appropriate academic performance, developing social competence and problem solving skills, strengthening autonomy, and gaining a sense of purpose.
Director - Sarah Egan
Assistant Director - Robert Spencer
Camp Administrative Assistant – Akwaela Morris
Camp Health Aide – Shanna Pearson
Volunteer Coordinators - Rebecca Horner
Administrative Offices: 2305 N. Charles Street, Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21218, 410-276-5724 xt 123
Summer Office (Open June through August only): 242 S. Patterson Park Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21231, 410-276-5724
a child to attend Camp St. Vincent:
Camp St. Vincent receives annual support from individuals, church groups, corporations, and private foundations that sponsor children to attend each summer. The number of sponsors determines how many children attend each year, and additional sponsors are always needed. You can sponsor a child to attend Camp St. Vincent for two weeks for $438, $219 for one week, or $44 for one day.
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