Welcome Dear Parents

We are excited to welcome you to the Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Summer Camp Parent Portal! Here, you can easily stay updated on your child's camp experience with schedules and announcements.


Thank you for entrusting us with your child's artistic journey. We look forward to an inspiring and fun-filled summer together!

Dates to Remember

Downloadable Resources

Things to Bring on Camp

  • Waiver for walnut hills campground
  • Camp Shirt
  • A water bottle, snacks, sunscreen
  • Appropriate clothing for the weather
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Any necessary medications
  • A small backpack or bag to carry belongings
  • A hat or sunglasses for sun protection
  • A fully charged mobile phone if allowed by the organizers
  • Extra money (optional)
Branding Guideline Book Cover

Camp Frequently Asked Questions

Mr. Red

Email: Dcampbell@theyunion.org

Call/Text: 313-971-3019 (text is preferred)

Arabia Little

Email: alittle@theyunion.org

Call/Text: 313-318-0752

We connect with local EMS to make them aware of our presence in the community. We also have staff trained in first aid and CPR. In addition, we have a Registered Nurse on staff.

In the event that something happens during camp, we will notify parents and guardians as soon as all of the children are safe.

Here at Keys2Life we have a rule in place that ensures that there will always be at least 2 campers per one staff member. More information on that can be found in the Parent Handbook

If your child is allergic to any foods, they will not be allowed to take part in the free meal program or concessions without a parent or guardian signing the Food Authorization form. If not signed, you will need to provide you child with breakfast/lunch daily.

Here at Keys2Life, we do not offer transportation to or from our campsite. Parents and guardians are responsible for transporting their children to and from camp. Campers will be transported to field trips and back to the campsite by bus provided by us.

All of the information on how we handle behavioral issues can be found in our Parent Handbook.

The Yunion staff will not administer any Non-Emergency medications. Campers are responsible for their own medications.

Keys2Life is an inclusive camp that welcomes all people regardless of any background. We strive to make our campers feel comfortable to be themselves and make friends along the way.