The Camp Washington Fund
Camp Washington is thriving! Your generosity now is a gift to the future; from programs to operational costs, technology to arts and crafts, sports equipment and s’more...
YOU help make it all happen. This is what your gift to the Camp Washington Fund means.
What is the CW Fund?
The Camp Washington Fund touches virtually all aspects of the our community. When you give to the CW Fund you are giving to the future of Camp Washington, our programs, and people. The CW Fund is the most direct way that you can support our commitment to the stewardship of God’s creation, affirming and supporting discipleship, and exploring new ways to join in God’s mission of reconciliation and restoration.
How much should I give?
We encourage a meaningful gift, one that reflects both your individual circumstances and the value that Camp Washington holds for you. How much is a personal decision. Whatever amount you decide, we are truly grateful for each and every gift received. ALL gifts help us gain momentum towards our $75K goal for 2019. CW Fund gifts are tax deductible.
Give a gift now or call us at 860.567.9623 for more information and details on planned giving options.
In 1917 the seeds of Camp Washington were planted by The Rev. Floyd Kenyon as a place of refreshment, renewal and growth. Over the years these seeds have been nurtured by hundreds of summer counselors, chaplains, nurses, volunteers, mentors, and others. Thousands of meals have been served, camp fires lit, and s’mores enjoyed. Buildings have been built, chapels have fallen, while sacred spaces abound for exploration, renewal and transformation.
We invite you to join us as we continue to plant seeds, for the future - the next generation of Camp Washington. As we begin to dream about our future, join us by committing to the Camp Washington Fund. Planting seeds, affirming roots, nurturing growth and transformation.
The next 100 years will solidify our commitment to the stewardship of God’s creation, affirming and supporting discipleship, and exploring new ways to join God in the neighborhood in God’s mission of reconciliation and restoration.
The best is yet to come.