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John & Anna Newton Porter Foundation

aka Camp Kabeyun   |   Alton, NH   |  https://kabeyun.org

Mission

Kabeyun is a summer camp for boys, providing opportunities for learning, growth and development through an array of exciting, challenging, and fun activities. Removed from the pressures of school and conventional, competitive team sports, at Kabeyun boys discover their own motivators, interests, and abilities. Every day, boys have the chance and the responsibility to determine their path, selecting activities, projects, and trips. Counselors are committed to teaching skills, providing caring and compassionate support, and encouraging boys to challenge their limits.

Ruling year info

1974

Director

Kenneth Robbins

Main address

PO Box 35

Alton, NH 03809 USA

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EIN

02-6034452

NTEE code info

Recreational and Sporting Camps (Day, Overnight, etc.) (N20)

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Camp Kabeyun

Camp Kabeyun is a non-profit traditional overnight summer camp for boys ages 7-16 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Alton Bay, New Hampshire. Kabeyun offers boys the chance to explore a wide variety of activities not typically available to them during the rest of their year. Through our completely elective program, campers choose daily from over 20 activities, including high adventure sports like white water kayaking and canoeing, rock climbing and hiking, sailing, windsurfing, wakeboarding and waterskiing. We also expose our campers to more creative activities like woodworking, pottery, music, drama, and traditional camp activities like archery, ropes course, swimming, and fishing.

The atmosphere at Kabeyun encourages the growth of each boy's self-awareness and confidence in the context of community living. We work hard to balance attention to individual growth with the cultivation of a boy's sense of belonging within the group, whether in the cabin with his peers, on a trip, or at an all-camp assembly. We place a high value on developing problem solving and conflict resolution skills. By living closely together in our small community, boys learn to be positive and productive citizens, tolerant and understanding of the rights of others and respectful of individual differences.

Time and time again, we hear Kabeyun campers, staff and alumni refer to camp as "home," a byproduct of the strong sense of family and fellowship that we strive to maintain throughout the summer. Our overnight camp has seen the friendships made, lessons learned, and personal strengths discovered—these, we believe, are among the greatest gifts Kabeyun can provide.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

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John & Anna Newton Porter Foundation

Board of directors
as of 09/01/2022
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Board chair

Mr. Douglas Latham

Paul Ash

Andrew S Baumel

Steven J Bernstein

William C French

Maria Latham

Jane Levin

Mary Merrill

Charles Platto

Patrick Regan

James F Remington

William S Ricker

William Robinson

Heidi Snellenburg

Jacob Wolf-Sorokin