Safe & Supportive

Welcome to Camp Victory

What is Camp Victory?

Camp Victory a private nonprofit organization that strives to create a special place for child and teen survivors of sexual abuse. The first girls camp was in 1990, and the first boys camp in 2013, with both camps serving Pacific and Grays Harbor counties in Washington state. For more information on who we are and how we came to be, please visit our about page.

Who can come to camp?

If you are or know of a child or teenager (ages 5-18) who is a survivor of sexual abuse and who currently lives in Pacific or Grays Harbor Counties, please go to our camp pages for details. If you are an adult that would like to volunteer, please visit our volunteer page.

Did you know?

1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys in America experiences sexual abuse before age 18. Most do not receive treatment or have the opportunity to participate in healing activities. Would you like to learn more? Please visit our resources page.

How can I help?


Volunteers are the heart of Camp Victory, which is an all volunteer organization. There are many opportunities both in the camp setting and throughout the year to share your gifts, talents and time. Please see our volunteer page for more details.


If you would like to help Camp Victory but don't have time or are not from the Pacific Northwest, please consider donating to Camp Victory. Camp Victory relies primarily on individual donations. The campers pay nothing to attend camp or any of the year round events. We do this so that every child or teen who needs to come is able to do so. Please visit our donate page for more details or click on the donate now image to the right.


Please contact us if you have additional questions.



Making a difference one child at a time



or send a check to:

Camp Victory

P.O. Box 711

Ocean Park, WA 98640