K.A.M.O. is a unique group that provides Wisconsin communities with outdoor education activities for children and families.
These activities are provided year around and are free to all participants. KAMO’s chapters like to take in children beginning at the age of 9-11 and work with them over the next several years. Generally, most of our kamokids are between 9 and 15. Parent participation in our outings is encouraged.
Are you a parent, agency, or potential volunteer looking for information about what K.A.M.O. has going on in your area? Start by clicking on “Wisconsin Chapters”. If event information is not there, please connect with the person on that page. Every chapter has plans.
Are you an outdoor/ youth mentoring enthusiast looking for an outdoor mentoring group to work with? Look under “contacts” and give one of us a shout.
Are you considering starting a chapter of KAMO in your area? Are you aware that the KAMO group gives financial, material, and technical support to new chapters?
See the new television clip about a recent pheasant shoot on the Northwoods page.
This June 2019 interview/ event footage will give you an idea about how beneficial having KAMO activity in your area can be to your community:
Did you know that KAMO is a 501 (C) 3, all volunteer non-profit?
There are no administrative costs, thus donations go entirely to getting kids outdoors.
These facts make KAMO an ideal organization to donate to.
Check out the donation information for your nearest chapter or the state in the tabs section
Mentor and child enrollment forms can be found under “Enrollment Forms”.
Thank you for visiting and as we say in K.A.M.O. — “Tradition Forward”