Let it Shine Campaign
Help Camp Wilmot survive the setbacks of COIVD-19 so we can continue to be a light in the lives of our campers and families!
Read on to learn more about our campaign and how you can help!
About our Campaign
The "Let it Shine" campaign hopes to raise funds to help Camp Wilmot weather the unprecedented COVID 19 storm. Because of lost revenue from Spring and summer rentals and from youth camps, we are facing a daunting financial bind. We are offering our Camp Wilmot on the Road programming free of charge so that all of our families can participate, but we need to make $10,000 this summer to ensure that Camp can pay all of our bills to get us through to next summer, when we can gather again as we love to do. This money will help us continue to shine God's light into the lives of our campers and families for years to come.
How You Can Help
There are many ways to contribute to our Let it Shine Campaign, and to be part of protecting camp for the future!
Camp Wilmot is accepting donations towards our Let it Shine campaign through venmo (@Camp-Wilmot), paypal, or by check.
Camp Wilmot on the Road T-Shirts
We are selling t-shirts for this summer's alternative programming, Camp Wilmot on the Road. T shirts are $30, feature Camp on the Road's logo, and all proceeds will go towards the Let it Shine Campaign. Get one for yourself, and your whole family!
Camp Wilmot Cookbook
One of the things we'll miss most about Camp this summer is gathering in the dining hall to share food and fellowship. The good news is, that coming soon, you will be able to recreate some favorite Camp recipes from your own home with the help of the new Camp Wilmot Cookbook! All proceeds from the cookbook go towards the Let it Shine Campaign.
Camp Wilmot Rental
While we cannot gather for our youth camps, our beautiful 200 acre site is still open for rental! You can rent a cabin for $500 for 5 week nights or $250 for a weekend (cabins hold up to 10 people) or large groups can rent out the whole site for $6000. We are eager to offer our site as a safe haven and place of rest and renewal after a difficult year. Camp staff will take steps to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all staying at Camp and we will continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and New Hampshire state government. We are offering these reduced prices to try and make renting accessible for families who are feeling the financial burden of the past few months. Please contact Rachel Allen at email@example.com for more information.
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A Light in the World
Camp Wilmot has been a light in my life by giving me a place where I can truly be myself, and feel loved for it.