Can't come to camp, but want to help out?

There are plenty of ways to support our vision of a world where young women realize their potential through developing perseverance, confidence to seize opportunities, leadership skills, an expanded worldview, and self-awareness.

We are a 501(c)3 Nonprofit

Spread the word:

Start by following us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. 

Spread the word about camp with folks who may be interested.

If you would like to help our advertising efforts by putting flyers up around town, shoot us a message and we'll get material over to you ASAP.

Sponsor a camper:

As part of our efforts to make camp available to everyone, we offer scholarship spots to girls who otherwise may not be able to attend camp. For $315, your tax-deductible donation allows one girl to experience camp. Or for $160, your tax-deductible donation covers 1/2 of one scholarship.


Our first year of camp, thanks to your generous donations, we were able to offer 7 scholarship spots, 20% of our registration!

Sponsor a camper $315
Sponsor a camper $160

Give a little:

Every little bit counts. Your donation goes towards our goal of strengthening girls to strengthen communities. $50.00 and under supplies our campers with snacks, water, sunscreen, DIY activities, and all daily supplies. $100.00 funds the MMTIC assessments and evaluations to help girls foster a deeper understanding of their strengths and talents. $300.00 covers registration costs so a camper without financial means can attend. $500.00 + goes towards program expansion and cirriculum develpment so we can grow to support more young wmen and foster strnger communities.

Businesses and those interested in large-sum donations and partnerships, please email for tax information. 


Board of Directors:




















Christian Fritze, ACMHC, YTT200: Christian is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor working in Salt Lake City. Christian has had many career highlights including dolphin training & running corporate wellness programs. When Christian isn't working on Camp Gloss, she is spending time outdoors with her family. 

Claudia Sobiecki: Claudia lives and works in Denver where she is the Global Innovation Senior Manager for Molson Coors. Claudia has an eye for details and a passion for helping young women.

Ellen Behrens, PhD.: Ellen is a professor at Westminster college and holds a PhD. in Psychology from Michigan State University. Ellen has owned her own program development & consulting company for over a decade and has a thorough understanding of curriculum development.

Emily Haygeman, PhD: Emily is a Licensed Psychologist who works with children and adolescents.  She is a certified yoga instructor and has led a variety of mindfulness groups for children, parents, and teens.  She is currently working on a district-wide initiative to integrate Mindfulness practice into the Social Emotional Learning curriculum for Granite School District. 

Jessica Werner: Jessica is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor working in Salt Lake City. Jessica comes from a background in snow sports and has called Park City home for the past 8 years. Jessica teaches as an adjunct at Westminster College in Salt Lake and when she's not in the mountains, she's looking for fresh water.

Monica Faux-Kota: Monica is a healer who works with individuals to create health and wholeness. Monica practices lie coaching and massage in Salt Lake and is passionate about helping women grow. 

Whitney Finlinson: Whitney is a Utah native currently living in San Francisco, CA where she works as a Senior Recruiter. Whitney is a natural connector and works strengthen Camp Gloss by bringing the community together.