About Camp Ketcha
This solar project is 100% funded.
Camp Ketcha is a year round non-profit organization in Scarborough, Maine with programs in youth development, family enrichment and summer day camping.
The sun can grow your plants, warm the ground you walk on, and light up your day. What if we told you that the sun could also help kids develop deep connections to our environment, grow a vibrant community, and inspire confidence for all to create a sense of placement and change in the world?
What if the sun was not only powerful enough to inspire a deep connection to the world around us, but also to inspire people of all ages to come together in confidence and collectively create a vibrant, colorful community? What if the sun alone was powerful enough to grow a community?
Join the revolution and Ketcha the sun. Camp Ketcha is a nonprofit organization offering programs in youth development and therapy, family enrichment, and summer day camping. Located on 104 acres, the nonprofit strives to get children, youth and families outdoors to appreciate what nature has to offer, and has benefitted more than 13,000 people to date.
RE-volv Solar Ambassadors from the University of New England are managing this 13.5 kilowatt solar project. By going solar, Camp Ketcha will save 15% on electric costs in year one and 21% in year two - savings it can invest in its programs.
Join us in this revolution now!