Main Event - November 7th, 2020
Our goal is to raise $144,000 through this event
If you, your family, or your business is interested in making a significant donation towards this effort, please consider the following Benefactor Options:
Story 4: The Fantastic Ms. Bev from IBA
$1,007,007 CASH DONATED
+ $255,976 in PLEDGES
With this, we have:
Remodeled Dining Hall Bathrooms
Renovated 2nd floor of Main Lodge
Purchased truck & utility tractor for maintenance
Created FULL-TIME Program & Promotions Director staff position
Renovated 6 cabins
Upgraded LED lighting around camp
Upgraded High Ropes course
Updated Penland Cottage
AND SO MUCH MORE!
Opening Night: October 24th, 2020
Contact Laura for more Benefactor details: email@example.com
Your Mt. Hood home for camps, conferences, retreats and events
Capital Project: Remodel & Update Stearns Cottage
Interior updates: expansion of meeting space by moving front wall; replace existing bathrooms with utility/laundry closet; create ADA accessible bathroom ; create 2nd restroom & shower room where current kitchen is; create hallway and 4th bedroom where the current dining room sits; replace all windows & doors.
Exterior upgrades: demolish existing ramp & porch; build new covered porch extending from front around SE end of building; build new ADA accessible ramp & entrance; paint entire building; lay asphalt from porch/ramp out to road for parking & ease of access.
Story 1: The Tondreau Family
accomplished so far...
Your Name and/or Business Logo could be shown here
Story 2: Cat & Chelsea from Camp HOPE
EVERYONE & ANYONE
Campers & Volunteers
Families: Adults & Kids
Individuals & Groups
Businesses & Churches
Really...anyone can sign up!
A safe opportunity to:
~ Help CAW raise funds
~ Gather family and friends
~ Get out of the house and move your body for a good cause
~ Read the "General Info" for ALL the details...
For over 75 years, Camp Arrah Wanna has held a unique role in the life story of countless people throughout the Northwest. It has become an extraordinary place to meet and experience God, establish lifelong friendships, develop young leaders, and so much more. As we look ahead and consider how we might ensure an even greater impact over the next 75 years, it has become abundantly clear that we must address our greatest current shortcomings: outdated facilities and insufficient staffing to meet current and future goals.
The James Family
Because we have the desire to welcome ALL campers, we intentionally keep our rental and registration costs as low as possible. In order to carry forward the legacy of this special place and its program, we depend on generous financial donations and volunteer hours from our loyal supporters. Every capital project, camper scholarship, and a few operational elements are made possible by people who love this place enough to invest in its history and its future through their donations.
Story 3: Our Friend Tanya Fagan
There will be PRIZES for
notable amounts raised and creative participation!
Camp Arrah Wanna