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When you give to Camp Susan Curtis, you give to a Maine child…

Please consider making a donation today.

Your Support Makes a World of Difference



You can make a lasting impact….

You can create a powerful legacy and make a lasting impact by naming Camp Susan Curtis as a beneficiary in your will, trust, or estate plan. You’ll join a network of visionary people, receive potential tax benefits, and know that you’re making an impact that will last for generations. A donation to Camp Susan Curtis in your will or living trust helps ensure that Maine children facing economic hardship have the opportunity to thrive for years to come.

Next Steps

  1. Contact Director of Development Alaena Dunn at (207) 774-1552 or for additional information on bequests or to chat more about the different options for including Camp Susan Curtis in your will or estate plan. 
  2. Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
  3. If you include Camp Susan Curtis in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.
    Legal Name: Susan L. Curtis Foundation dba Camp Susan Curtis
    Address: 1321 Washington Ave. Suite 104, Portland, Maine 04103
    Federal Tax ID Number: 01-0324705


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Thank you for your vision and your generosity. Your gift makes a joyful difference in the lives of children from all around Maine!



These wish lists are updated on a regular basis to reflect the current needs of campers and camp staff.

If you have any questions about the wish list, please contact Terri at or 207-774-1552.

We are indebted to our contributors for their generous support. Thank you all!


If you are interested in volunteering with Camp Susan Curtis, please complete our Volunteer Interest Form. Thank you so much for your interest in supporting Camp Susan Curtis as a volunteer!

Celebrate the potential of each child.


“I have learned at camp this summer that there are a lot of people out there like me, I have not been feeling all that great, but camp has taken society away and has helped my mental health. I have learned that people aren’t so different after all. Knowing there are people who are like me will help me come out more and be who I am. It will also help with my attitude so people aren’t so afraid to judge me first.”

– Camper Jaylynn