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Be a part of Giving Tuesday with Camp Wyandot, Inc!
Tuesday, December 1, 2015 is Giving Tuesday.
Part of a national movement, Giving Tuesday is described as a “new day for giving back”.
It connects diverse groups of individuals, communities and organizations
around the world for one common purpose:
to celebrate and encourage giving.
Young people are interdependent with the natural world, yet know relatively little about it through direct experience. Camp Wyandot’s overnight camp, day camp and club programs provide an intimate connection with nature and positive life-long memories in a safe and supportive environment.
Give the Wyandot Experience to a child that needs it
You can make a difference in the life of a child
□Contribute to the Campership Fund
□Share your camp experience with a friend and ask them to match your donation
□As a grandparent to give a camp experience to your grandchild
Help Save Lake Atagahi
Lake Atagahi has been the centerpiece of our camp and the aquatic program since it was filled in 1930. The lake is now in severe ecological decline and in critical need of rehabilitation.
□Contribute to the Rehabilitation Project
□Volunteer to help create a new wetlands area next spring
As of April 30, 2013, Camp Wyandot (formerly known as Camp Fire USA Central Ohio Council, Inc.) became an independent non-profit organization and is no longer affiliated with Camp Fire.
Camp Wyandot provides an inclusive nurturing environment for youth to have fun, make friends, serve others, and explore the great outdoors.
To provide a quality youth development experience that builds competencies and creates positive life-long memories in a safe and supportive environment.
Youth Development Outcomes
In an inclusive, engaging, and challenging environment, youth will:
- Increase their social and cultural competencies and feel a sense of belonging
- Develop leadership, teamwork, and cooperation skills
- Increase self-confidence, independence and empowerment
- Plan, make choices, reflect and learn from their decisions
- Build a life-long appreciation and respect for the outdoor environment
- Develop a sense of respect, responsibility and contribution to their community
- Be involved in rich group experiences that are inherently interesting and fun
- Be recognized for their accomplishments