BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Thom O’Hara, President

Danny Giovale, Vice-President

Emily Musta, Secretary

Kathy Oliver, CPA/Treasurer

Carrie Butler

Neil Chapman

Hilary Childs

John Giovale

Soonie Wilson McDavid

 

STAFF: Ari Wilder, Executive Director

Abbot Downing  ~  Allstate Noah Stalvey Agency ~  Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff  

Arizona Game & Fish Heritage Project  ~  Arizona Snowbowl  ~  Aspen Sports  ~  Assistance League of Flagstaff

 Babbitt’s Backcountry Outfitters  ~  Flagstaff Neurosurgery  Forest Highlands Foundation  ~  Gary Nelson, Realty Executives

GeoFund  ~  GeoFamily Foundation  ~  Flagstaff Subaru  ~  K2 Adventures Foundation  ~  Kahtoola  ~  Keith A. Hammond, P.C.

Loven Contracting  ~  Lumberyard Brewing Company  ~  Mountain Sports Flagstaff  ~  Mountain View Pediatrics

Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation  ~  Northern Arizona Orthopaedics  ~  Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corp

  Patagonia  ~  Peace Surplus  ~  Peak Engineering, Inc.  ~  Pioneer Title Agency  ~  Raymond Educational Foundation

 Realty Executives, Gary Nelson  ~  Rob Krar Ultra Camp  ~  Robert T. Wilson Foundation  ~  The Shop

United Way of Northern Arizona Partner Agency  ~  W.L. Gore & Associates  ~  Warner’s Nursery and Landscape Co.

Wallick & Volk Flagstaff  ~  The Wildland Trekking Company


 

SCHOLARSHIPS – Click here to apply online

Download the Application

Friends of Camp Colton

P.O. Box 393 ・ Flagstaff, AZ ・ 86002

[email protected] ・ 928.864.8129

friendsofcampcolton.org

 

Mission & Vision

Mission & Vision

Mission: FCC cultivates community partnerships, innovative programs and funding opportunities to enhance and elevate learning experiences at Camp Colton. Vision: FCC ensures Camp Colton's sustainability through strategic planning, relevant programming, community partnerships, and dynamic fundraising.

Scholarships

Scholarships

The FCC Scholarship Program expands Camp Colton's reach to a greater number of children and lessens economic barriers that prevent low-income students from attending. Scholarships are available for sixth graders from low-income and underrepresented backgrounds from northern Arizona schools. Application above.