About Camp Thrive.

Camp Thrive’s mission is to spark the imagination of all children in a spiritually rich, creative, and sustainable environment. The Camp Thrive program focuses on Communication (brainstorming, leadership, journaling), Recreation, Spiritual Reflection, and Technology (cloud computing, digital photography, website, blog). We offer a unique, safe, and creative environment in which self-directed learning is encouraged and allows an atmosphere for children to learn and grow. Our professional and caring staff is here to serve their needs by reading stories, working on group projects, or playing an outdoor game. The philosophy and the Camp Thrive way emphasizes community, group play, and friendships. The program helps children develop social skills and self-esteem. The atmosphere encourages children to make new discoveries and to learn about the world around them in a safe environment. Each week community projects are based on a theme. We strive to create a community that is cooperative, supportive, and positive. Children will have the opportunity to learn new skills and work in mixed age groups (6 – 12 years old).
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Team Thrive.

Fr. Steve Kim

Fr. Steve Kim

Fr. Steve grew up in Palo Alto and entered seminary after high school. He studied at Santa Clara University and St. Patrick’s Seminary in Menlo Park.


Jefferson Dela Cruz

Jefferson Dela Cruz

Jefferson was born in Stockton CA, the youngest of seven siblings. He graduated from Santa Clara University with a Master of Arts degree in Leadership Education.


Jenny Dela Cruz

Jenny Dela Cruz

Jenny has a Business Sustainability Management Certification from University of Colorado, Boulder and received her BS degree from RIT in Print Management.


Camp T.H.R.I.V.E.

Teamwork.

Holistic body part: Hand
Objective: Learn to work with others and build relationships
Activities: team building activities


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Holistic.

Holistic body part: Halo
Objective: To understand they are loved by God
Activities: Mass, prayers


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Reflection.

Holistic body part: Ear
Objective: Think about our actions, before and after
Activities: Meditation, journal writing exercises


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Imagination.

Holistic body part: Head
Objective: Imagination is more important than knowledge
Activities: Project based activities


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Virtuous.

Holistic body part: Feet
Objective: Learn theological virtues of faith, hope, and love
Activities: Develop good healthy habits


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Empathy.

Holistic body part: Heart
Objective: To have compassion for others, the poor, and needy
Activities: empathy map, homeless experience


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Camp Thrive Registration is now open for 2020.

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