Due to COVID-19, our overnight camp sessions for Camp Hope have been cancelled.
Our team has been working for weeks, in anticipation of this possible outcome, to design revised, meaningful summer programming that will allow us to continue toward our essential mission of providing stability, opportunity, and a Christian community. Click below for highlights of our plans for this summer:
VOLUNTEERS, THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!
We are excited to be bringing Camp Hope home to our campers and their families through our Camp2U program. We are grateful to volunteers who donated items for our Camp2U camp-in-a-box! We are ready to assemble items next week and begin distribution mid-June.
For more information, contact Ellen Cooper, Camp Hope Manager.
If you are a Camp Hope family in need of a food assistance, please call (404) 435-4912 and speak to Toria Peterson.
Twice a year, we host overnight retreats for any Camp Hope camper and their families from a Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. These retreats are designed to allow campers to share a shortened version of their Camp Hope experience with their relatives, and it also serves as a weekend of fun, respite, and bonding for the family as a whole.
Once we have guidelines for overnight camp that allows us to continue these retreats, we will reach out with new dates. For more information, contact Toria Peterson.
Fall Family Day at Zoo Atlanta
We are hopeful to be able to host our families in late summer/early fall for a fun day at Zoo Atlanta to celebrate the end of summer and kick off the school year. Camp Hope families will be invited to participate on a first come, first served basis, once we determine the safety of holding this event. This has become a favorite activity, so be sure to respond early!
Contact Toria Peterson, Family Support Manager, for details this summer.