Camp Jubilee is very fortunate to have a number of community partners that help support our mission in providing opportunities for children and youth to attend camp regardless of their family’s current financial circumstances.
Partnership with Labour
Camp Jubilee was created by Labour in 1935 with the goal of providing a camp for children from low income families! Today Labour unions and associated groups continue to ensure that this goal is realized. This partnership has included labour unions donating funds to the campership fund, suppling members for volunteer work parties, donating to help improve camp facilities and siting on the society board/committees.
Burnaby Camping Bureau
The Burnaby Camping Bureau provides subsidies for Burnaby children with low income families the opportunity to attend the summer camp. Camp Jubilee and the BCB have a partnership with that match our dollars, allowing children the opportunity to attend a camp their families otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford.
Burnaby Community Schools
Burnaby Community School’s, Supporting Burnaby Youth Society and the Burnaby Children’s Fund work with low income Burnaby families to help provide their youth with opportunities to attend summer camp at Camp Jubilee. Beginning in spring, Camp Jubilee and School Coordinators hold on-site registration opportunities at many of the local schools.
Rotary Kids Camp (Port Moody, Port Coquitlam & Coquitlam)
Each year the Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam Rotary groups sponsor selected children in grades 4 – 7 to attend Camp Jubilee.
Rotary – Burnaby ROAR Program(Rotary Organized Adolescent Retreat)
The program identifies high risk youth aged 10-13 to participate in a leadership training camp. Campers are identified through Rotary Members as well as through community networks.
Project ESCAPE – Mission
In 2005, The Experience Summer Camp Adventure Program (aka “Project ESCAPe”) was created as a partnership between the Rotary Club of Mission, Mission RCMP, Mission School District and Camp Jubilee. Each year, Mission students between the ages of 10-12 are selected by Rotary and other community partners to attend Camp Jubilee.
Partnerships with Aboriginal Communities (View Our Information Flyer here)
Project ESCAPE – North & West Vancouver
Project ESCAPe (Experience Summer Camp Adventure Program) was originated in Mission in 2005. RCMP Cst. Joey Starr assisted with the original program and then brought the concept to the Integrated First Nations Unit (IFNU) of West Vancouver Police and North Vancouver RCMP in 2009. Since that time, Camp Jubilee has dedicated one full session to this program as there are so many deserving youth sponsored by various nations to attend.
Canoe & First Aid Training Retreat
Spend the weekend at Camp Jubilee with the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience for your next canoe adventure! In partnership with Ridge Wilderness Adventures, we offer Puller and Skipper Training for canoe/journey enthusiasts. As well, we offer Emergency and Standard First Aid training opportunities. This is a great way to spend the weekend learning, laughing and making new friends.