Help us Make a Difference for Kids in Foster Care!
Royal Family KIDS is the nation’s leading network of camps and mentor clubs for children of abuse, abandonment, and neglect.
In 1990, Wayne Tesch left a church position to launch Royal Family Kids’ Camp, Inc. In 2008, the organization expanded to include a school-year club and mentoring program, and changed its name to Royal Family KIDS®. In 2012, Royal Family KIDS served over 6,000 children in 160 camps in 35 states and 11 international countries. Eighty thousand children have been enrolled in the camps since 1985.
Wayne and his wife, Diane, feel a profound sense of joy and urgency to reach out to the battered, abused, and neglected children in the United States. They want to see every foster child, ages 6 to 12, experience a life-changing camp, club, and mentor. Wayne and Diane have seen thousands of volunteers and dozens of supporting churches all over America help out … but they still have a long way to go.
Every foster child, ages 6 to 12, experiences a life-changing camp, club, and mentor.
Create life-changing moments for children of abuse.
Mobilize the faith community to confront child abuse.
Launch and sustain camps, clubs, and mentors.
- Treat people royally
- Keep moving forward
- Make moments matter
Royal Family KIDS is proud to have people like you who stand alongside us. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of children in foster care!
Your support is very important to us. We want to see 100,000 kids experience a life-changing camp, club, and mentors program. You can help us change the life trajectory of children in need.
TO LEARN MORE OR DONATE, VISIT: royalfamilykids.org