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Kako Retreat Center is a non-profit Christian organization providing Christ-centered retreats, youth camps, workshops, seminars and counseling to encourage and benefit people living in remote Alaskan villages of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region. Kako is located by the Yukon river 400 miles west of Anchorage and the nearest road system. Approximately 30,000 Yupik, 1000 Athabascan, and 4000 non-native people live in the YK Delta area.

Kako is strategically centered with twenty four villages within a half hour flight, and 56 within an hour flight from Kako’s airstrip. Small planes are the only efficient means of transportation.   See Map

Camps for kids aged 8 to 18 start the first full week of June and go until mid July.

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Retreats include family camp over Memorial Day weekend, Ladies Berry Picking retreat in August, and two teachers' retreats in the fall and in spring.

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You can take part! Volunteer to be a cabin counselor, or be on a work team

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