Support Camp Because I Said I Would

Every donation counts, but donations are not the only way to support the kids and families we serve. Camp Because I Said I Would is an ambitious undertaking that benefits from wide range of generosity. 

Capital Campaign

Our Five-Year-Plan to Lay the Foundation for 100-Year-Impact

The campaign aims to raise $5.8 million to fund the construction of a new facility and enhance the camp's programs and services. The page provides information on the campaign's progress, the impact of the donations, and ways to contribute, including one-time and recurring donations, as well as corporate matching programs.

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Naming Opportunities

Donate Equipment, Supplies or Services

Help us make a difference by donating your equipment, supplies, or services to our camp! Your generosity can help provide children with a safe and enjoyable environment to learn and grow. Contact us today to learn more about how you can contribute and make a positive impact on our community.

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Bereavement Program

Sponsor a Family in Need

Sponsoring a bereaved family to attend a weekend retreat can provide them with a much-needed opportunity to begin the healing process in a supportive and nurturing environment. At the retreat, they will have the chance to connect with others who have experienced loss and receive guidance from trained professionals. It can also be a chance for the family to step away from the stresses of daily life and focus on their emotional well-being.

Volunteer Opportunities

Help build the camp from the ground up!

Painting cabins, clearing trails, packing Promise Cards mailers, organizing recreational equipment - your team can help in so many ways!

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Camp Fundraising Resources

The page provides information on the organization's history, mission, and values, as well as details on how to become a supporter and the benefits of joining. Help spread the mission of Camp Because I Said I Would with these helpful resources. 

Fundraising Resources