Water Heroes Camp


About this camp

This camp is geared for kids ages 8-12, although it can be adapted for a wider age range. The camp focuses on developing kids’ superpowers to protect water. By the end of the camp, each hero will earn their own cape that displays their unique water hero skills and strengths.

Each day we will dive into water-related “missions” that tackle real-world issues. On the last day of the camp, we will hold a short celebration to recognize the kids’ accomplishments and commitments to keeping water clean and plentiful. Which water hero mission will the children choose to keep working on even when they are dressed in plain clothes?

Please note this camp will follow all COVID-19 guidelines. We will meet in a large room in the church if the weather doesn’t cooperate and the kids will be required to wear masks indoors if not fully vaccinated. The instructors are vaccinated.

Meet the leaders

Carolyn Guddal

Carolyn Guddal

Water Hero Camp Leader

After teaching this curriculum in a pre-COVID world, Carolyn is so excited to be back! Teaching day camps for 10+ years and currently coaching synchronized swimming, she is passionate about reminding young people of their own power to change the world. She can’t wait to meet the newest Water Heroes!

Adam Clark

Adam Clark

Water Hero Camp Co-Leader

Adam has several years of experience in team-building, teaching children, and childcare. With an emphasis on empathy and inclusion, he hopes to inspire new leaders and Water Heroes who can think on their feet & work together to save the world!


Call/text executive director Dawn Pape at 651-485-5171 or email her at dawn@weallneedfoodandwater.org