Raise the Roof Campaign

How did we get here?

Well, time has a way of aging all things.Our dining hall, kitchen, and Boeing Bunkhouse roofs are between 25 and 35 years old. Unfortunately, these roofs are leaking and creating more maintenance issues due to the excess water. Our program highlight Cowboy Action Range had a tree fall on it. While usable this summer all of these structures need to be fixed before the fall brings the Pacific Northwest’s signature rain.

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Help us Raise the Roof at Fire Mountain Scout Camp!

Our Goal


Thanks to judicious planning, generous planned giving, and a couple terrific anonymous donors, funding this campaign is closer than everTo help reach our peak we are making our donor levels more affordable than ever. Your donation can help keep these important buildings at Fire Mountain open and available for our youth. 

Donation Levels

Fascia – $1,000

  • Everything in Soffit Level

Soffit – $500

  • Rake Level plus 
  • Your name on a commemorative plaque

Rake – $250

  • Khaki Border Raise the Roof CSP

Downspout – $100

  • Khaki Border Raise the Roof CSP

Unit Incentives 

  • Units who donate a $1,000 to $1,499 will receive 10 Khaki Border CSP’s to distribute to their donors 
  • Units who donate $1,500 or more will receive 10 Khaki Border CSP’s, one Silver Border CSP, and their unit’s name on a commemorative plaque

Cowboy Action Range

If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it really damage the Cowboy Action Range roof? Black Powder, Axe Throwing, andSlingshot – practically screams agood time for Scouts. Help restorethis program highlight area to it’sformer glory.

Hollander Hall - Camp Kitchen and Dining Hall

Arguably one of the most significantand well used parts of camp,especially during inclement weather.

Boeing Bunkhouse

A favorite area for Scouting units,training, and families. The Bunkhousehas plenty of happy memories tomake…if it gets a new roof.