The Details

  • Dates: August 6-8 or August 8-10 (two sessions!)
  • Time: 9AM-4PM each day (includes lunch & snacks)
  • Ages: 3rd Grade–5th Grade
  • Cost: $60 each (half-price for additional siblings)
  • Location: Clark County Food Bank

Confession: this is NOT happening at Big Al’s Vancouver.

So why do we consider it something that’s Happening at Big Al’s? Well, Food Bank support in our local markets is a key commitment we make as a company and through our Big Al’s family.

Our Big Al’s Big Hearts team is a frequent packing volunteer group and we specifically partner with Clark County Food Bank on a host of community events (Tacos N’ Taps, anyone? Or Taste & See, yeah?).

We realize that the families who enjoy Big Al’s are the same who might be able to take advantage of CCFB’s first-ever Summer Camp!



From our friends at CCFB:

Starting in August, the 20,000 square foot warehouse at Clark County Food Bank will be transformed into the host site for “Food Bank Olympics” as part of their new day camp for kids. Clark County Food Bank is inviting 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders to sign up and participate in the inaugural year of “Summer Explorers” a 3-day summer camp for kids. This high-energy camp will be packed with lots of fun and exciting experiences for kids.

“Kids will get to conduct slimy experiments, compete in special ingredient cooking challenges, and discover what life on the farm is really like,” says Courtney Catt, Project Manager and camp coordinator at Clark County Food Bank.

The goal of the day camp is not just for kids to have fun, but also to create a safe environment where kids can learn what it means to be compassionate leaders in our community.

“We have the privilege of hosting hundreds of kids who volunteer at the Food Bank throughout the year,” says Alan Hamilton, Executive Director, “so this summer camp is a great next step to encourage kids to lead and serve in our community.”

For those interested in signing up, volunteering, or supporting this program, more information is available at:

If you’re looking for additional good, clean FUN, visit CCFB’s site for additional information and to register your kiddo(s)!