Our kid's camp programs are a way of raising awareness for the global issues that our organization works for, for the next generation. We welcome children aged 5 - 10 years old to join us for games, arts and crafts while learning about the various ways they can influence change to bring about a better world. We distill complex global problems to simple, fun-filled activities, safe and engaging for children to participate in. We believe it is important for children to get acquainted with these ideas early on. Past camps include our H2O Camp, where children learned about water contamination as well as different water conservation methods.

Want to drop in for an enriching afternoon?

Contact CACTES' Director of Community Affairs at for the next program date. Typically, the camps last for 2 hours on selected Sundays of each month. Admission is by donation with non-perishable food items which CACTES coordinates with the local food bank. This program is currently only available in our South Surrey district location.