Learn how Robert Chapman spreads his financial contributions to Easterseals UCP throughout the year. With sustained giving, he determines the frequency (i.e. monthly, quarterly, etc.) and the amount of his gifts. It’s an easy and convenient way to budget for ongoing donations made to support our mission, our programs, our communities and the individuals we serve.
Open to all abilities including people with Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, epilepsy, etc. Freedom Retreat (12 days only) – June 27 - July 8Good Times Retreat (6 days only) - July 11 - July 16
Children and Young Adults Ages 9-24
Open to all abilities including people with Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, epilepsy, etc. Independence Camp (6 days only) – July 18 - July 23
Super Summer Camp – Partnership with the Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired - July 25-31 TENTATIVEA free camp kids with vision impairment or blindness ages 8 through 10th grade. For more information contact Caren Phipps at firstname.lastname@example.org and find applications. Family Week - August 2-7 TENTATIVEDesigned for families with a loved one that has a disability or special need. All family members and friends are encouraged to attend as larger families do receive a cabin with up twenty beds in them.
Started in 2014, we have partnered with Commonwealth Autism Service and the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program. During our children and young adult sessions we will have a Board Certified Behavior Analyst on site to assist campers and staff. The Analyst will be available to assist all campers in attendance during those sessions. Special scholarships will also be available to students in Harrisonburg City, Augusta County, Staunton City, and Rockingham County. Please contact us for more info at 540-777-7325 or email@example.com
KOVAR, a Knights of Columbus Charity in Virginia, is an incredible supporter of Camp Easterseals UCP. Thanks to KOVAR, campers can attend weekend respite camps.