Peace Works Camp
"If we are to teach real peace in this world, we shall have to begin with the children." Mahatma Gandhi
2020 Peace Works Camp UPDATE:
A Woman's Place has made the difficult decision to cancel the Lower Bucks Peace Works Camp scheduled for June 22-26 in an effort to take all proper public health & safety precautions in response to COVID-19. Each summer, Peace Works Camp is such a highlight for so many campers, their families, and our team here at AWP. We are saddened to have to cancel this week of Camp, but we believe this is the best decision for all participants and for our community at this time. While we acknowledge that the Peace Works Camp experience will be difficult to replace, our team of Community Educators is currently exploring web-based learning opportunities & activities to stay connected and engaged with campers in light of this decision, and we will be happy to share those online opportunities when finalized.
As of right now, we are still planning on hosting the Central Bucks Peace Works Camp during the weeks of August 3-7 and August 10-14, and we will keep you updated if any other changes arise. Thank you for your patience & understanding, and please continue to stay safe & healthy.
Peace Works Camp
A Woman's Place (AWP) Peace Works Camp is a week-long summer camp for students in grades K-6, with leadership development opportunities available through our Advocates-in-Training (AIT) program for students in grade 7-9. Young adults in grades 10-12 can volunteer as Teen Counselors. This camp represents an extension of AWP’s successful Peace Works curriculum currently delivered during the school year in classrooms all across Bucks County. Activities, games, and crafts focus on building positive self-esteem, developing leadership skills, promoting healthy relationships, and encouraging teamwork.
Please use the links below to register for the session of your choice:
For more information about A Woman’s Place Peace Works Camp, please contact Community Educator, Rachele Daniels at 215.343.9241 x114 or RDaniels@awomansplace.org.