Camp For All is a unique, barrier-free camp working in partnership with other not-for-profit organizations to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families throughout the year. Camp For All was proud to earn the Eleanor P. Eells Award in 2017 for program excellence as well as excellence in research in practice at camps. The national award, presented by the American Camp Association, recognized Camp For All 2U, the outreach program where we take Camp activities into hospitals.
Camp for All
Camp For All 2U
Camp For All is the national leader in creating and providing proven life-changing experiences through passionate and professional staff, cutting edge facilities and innovative programming.
We believe the Camp For All experience is essential because it provides joyful and life changing opportunities for all.
We are Barrier-Free to ensure that the Camp For All experience is accessible to All and to keep campers physically and emotionally safe.
We respect and celebrate the uniqueness of every camp and camper by demonstrating and cultivating compassion, empathy and inclusiveness.
We transform “can’t do” into “can do” by fostering each camper’s independence, building their confidence through encouragement and support and helping them discover their fullest potential.
We exceed expectations by providing excellent staff, programming, and facilities and are committed to innovation.
WHY CAMP FOR ALL?
Serving approximately 11,000 children and adults throughout the year, Camp For All provides opportunities for campers to find hope, grow in self confidence and realize they are not alone. Discovering they are not defined by their challenge, they focus on what they “can” do.
COLLABORATIVE BUSINESS MODEL
Camp For All works in collaboration with more than 65 different not-for-profit organizations. Camp For All provides the barrier-free camp, professional staff, universal programming, and appropriate foods. As part of our mission, we raise more than $2.5 million annually to provide half of the cost for each camper to enable campers to come to Camp For All. The 65+ not-for-profits bring the campers, the medical staff, and the “in cabin” counselors. Also, they provide the other half of the cost.