What We Do
Camp Alandale introduces abused children to the life changing and healing reality of Jesus Christ and equips them to lead meaningful and productive lives.
In the summer, we run 5 week-long camps from the middle of June to the middle of August. During the summer time, camp is available to returning and new campers. In the winter, we run 4 weekend camps typically from the beginning of January to the end of March. Our winter camps are reserved for returning campers only, to help grow relationships.
Our camp program is special because it is specifically designed to develop relationships between campers and counselors, to grow individual confidence and self-esteem, and to provide outlets for healing from past abuse. Everything we do at camp is centered on the gospel of Jesus Christ, which we share with the campers not only through intentional Bible studies but also aim to do so while playing games, eating meals, or sitting around the fire together.
When camp is not in session, we are preparing for the next season of camps. Our time is filled with recruiting quality volunteers to serve, training the next generation of Junior Counselors or Summer Staff, fundraising for specific projects, or writing curriculum to use at camp.
Our mission is always on the forefront: to introduce more and more abused children to the life changing and healing reality of Jesus Christ and equip them to lead meaningful and productive lives.