Supporters

Our Supporters

The community root system of Camp Susan Curtis is diverse and vital.

We rely on individual and organization donors to ensure that Maine children facing economic hardship have this unique opportunity to grow, have fun, and acquire skills that support their futures.

Thank you to our 2022 statewide supporters

$10,000+

Alice Pendleton Stevens Foundation

Scott Searway

Max Kagan Family Foundation

Mal Davis

Gene Spender

Robin Taylor-Chiarello

Pulp+Wire

$7500-9999

$5000-7499

Stephen and Laura Beckmann

Davenport Trust Fund 

Fisher Charitable Foundation 

Frances Hollis Brain Foundation 

Franklin Savings Bank 

Karen J. Hanson 

Horizon Foundation 

Robert and Dorothy Goldberg Charitable Foundation 

Susan and Jack Thomas 

Virginia Hodgkins Somers Foundation 

Jim and Polly Pierce 

John and Pam Fridlington 

Ken and Polly Curtis 

Richard and Rhonda Emerson 

MEMIC 

USI Insurance Services 

Wind River Trust Company 

Rogers Norton Wealth Management Group of Raymond James 

Paul White Company 

Consigli Foundation 

Main Line Fence Co. 

Great Northern Docks 

Michael Pizzo and Maria Trivellin 

WEX Inc.

MAKING CAMP POSSIBLE

Our camp experience is also not possible without connection with like-minded and creative partners with a passion for helping Maine children and families. Our collaborations with school referral partners in every part of Maine are essential. They evaluate our efforts with focus on changes they see happening for children, and we collaborate in staying current about what our campers need most.

Some community connections take the form of support for staffing, staff development or special initiatives for campers that align with our mission. We love seeing how everyone brings something different to our common vision – making all Maine children feel valued and giving them opportunities to grow.

Celebrate the potential of each child.

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“Something I learned from camp this year is one, to be more mature so I can be the best role model possible for younger campers. Another thing I learned was to use my voice more and to be less shy, this will help me in the future by being able to speak up not only for myself but for my friends and people who need someone to speak up for them.”

– Camper Emily