GIVE To Camp
Some projects at camp require a large amount of capital and are made possible by the generous support of estates, grants and donations. Some examples include our climbing rock, dorm renovation and dining hall shade awnings. If this type of contribution is something you are interested in, then please contact Ed Covert for more information.
With just over 200 acres, 2 offices, 38 established buildings, miles of trails and a ropes course; there are no shortage of work projects to be done. Over the years volunteers have accomplished amazing things and contributed greatly to camp as a whole. We welcome your work group, boy scout troop, church group, or individuals to help us keep camp looking fresh!
HOW YOU CAN HELP
If you are interested in giving to camp, then we invite you to consider for yourself how you would like to contribute. Regardless of whether it is volunteering your time, giving in-kind gifts, financial support to camper scholarships or program areas; we hope you'll give to an area that you feel strongly about. If your not entirely sure, then below you'll find some categories to guide your decision process.
Camp is a place of hope, healing, and adventure. We've realized we need this now more than ever.
Thank you for giving today. Your gift is making difference in the life of those being impacted during this time, we couldn't do it without you.
How we are responding to Coronavirus
Through partnership with the Santa Cruz County and local Salvation Army Corps, we have begun preparing and delivering nearly 3,000 meals each week and we are expected to push that number of meals to up to 10,000 in the coming weeks. We are doing all that we can to fight hunger in the Santa Cruz County and to make a positive impact on our community.