Camp WIN

Women’s Intersport Network of Kansas City (WIN for KC)

Camp WIN

ACA Accredited Camp | Day Camp | General Camp

Camp WIN is WIN (Women’s Intersport Network) for KC’s flagship youth event and is designed to EMPOWER girls by introducing them to over 16 different sports and fitness activities over four days in a safe and encouraging environment.

Over 200 middle school and high school girls serve as junior and team captains. Instructors and coaches come from local universities, colleges, high schools and other area organizations, including KU, K-State, and UMKC.

Each day features a Life Skills session with speakers on topics such as encouragement, preparation, self-esteem and healthy eating. Camp will include WIN’s award winning LIVE ACTIVE peer mentor program.

The goal of Camp WIN is to introduce girls to sports they have never tried in the hope that they can find something they like and stay active. Girls become more active and are more willing to try new things, especially sports and fitness activities after a session at our camp. We measure this change through post-camp evaluations done by campers, captains and parents.

Increasing a young girl’s physical activity level and her confidence has tremendous long-term effects. Studies have shown that girls that participate in sports are less likely to get pregnant or use drugs, and are more likely to graduate from high school and have higher levels of self-esteem. 96% of all camp participants’ surveyed considered themselves athletes at the end of Camp WIN, only 70% considered themselves athletes before attending camp. When girls believe they are athletes, they are more likely to try new things, have more confidence and become leaders. 

Camp Wish List:
75 camperships at $200 each$15,000



“As we expected camp has been WONDERFUL. The genuine smile on (my daughter’s) face in the pictures I took at drop off and the ones the counselors are sending me are testament to what an amazing thing you are doing. Thank you so very, very much! ”


“I can see what other kids have gone through and how they survived. It helps me get through & conquer. We are all survivors. That’s a gift.”


“When I'm at camp, I feel like a normal kid. Some kids don't get to go outside because our parents are just working too much and too hard. At home, I'm just watching movies all day. I don't want to get too old to come to Wildwood.”


“Without the support of Camps for Kids and the matching fund, CHD Families would be unable to provide a free medically supervised summer camp for kids with Congenital Heart Defects.”


“I look back on the struggle of my childhood and one of the most important and best childhood memories I have include the time spent at camp with the amazing men and women who treated me like I was normal despite my struggle”

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