Staff Report

For 25 years, Royal Family KIDS, Inc. has helped make a difference in the lives of children suffering from neglect and various forms of child abuse. The charity is based in Santa Ana, California, but operates 190 camps for children ages 6-12, including new one starting in Brandon in 2017.

“We are proud to stand up for children of abuse through the caring volunteers at Royal Family Kids Camp Tampa Bay,” said Wayne Tesch, Founder and CEO of Royal Family KIDS. “These people will dedicate a tremendous amount of time, resources and effort to provide a powerful week of positive memories that stay with the children their entire lives. It is an honor to have Scott & Kris Mulhollen and Megan Jetter lead this camp in Brandon” he said.

This year, Royal Family KIDS Camp Tampa Bay will host 40 to 50 children at the local camp and Royal Family KIDS, Inc. will host 6,270 children around the country, which is around 5% of the foster children, ages 6-12 in the United States, who qualify for the free summer camp experience.

“Each of our directors is passionate about helping children of abuse and neglect in their community,” said Glenn Garvin, VP of Camps for Royal Family KIDS. “One child, one community at a time we are confronting abuse and changing lives,” he said.

Royal Family KIDS Camp Tampa Bay is seeking corporate partners to increase the number of children attending its camp. Interested parties can contact us by visiting or calling 641-4141 and speaking with Scott Mulhollen.

Individuals who which to donate their time and be a counselor for the week of camp can go to The camp has a ratio of one adult to one camper, so 40 to 50 adults are needed. Individuals can also contribute financially to the camp by visiting

Royal Family Kids Camp Tampa Bay is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity under the name Tampa Foster Kids Camp – FEIN 81-1735611.  

All donations are tax deductible.

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