For sixteen years, we’ve been able to welcome youth into our program regardless of their families’ ability to pay for camp. In order to make this possible, we raise almost $200,000 each year so that we can continue that amazing tradition. Here’s how you can help us make that magic happen:
1. By donating directly to Camp Ten Trees! Your gift is tax deductible, and your generous support goes directly towards making sure that we never have to turn away a potential camper for financial reasons.
2. By making an in-kind donation. Donations of supplies, food, and more help us keep our expenses low and focused on our campers. Our Amazon Wish List is maintained throughout the year with items that we need to make our camp sessions a success. Last year, supporters like you sent us over $5,000 worth of supplies!
3. By making enrolling in workplace giving or making a matching gift. Click here to see some of the employee giving programs we currently work with, or check with your HR department for more information. Don’t see your employer listed? Let us know, and we’ll see what we can work out!
4. By visiting the Camp Ten Trees Gear Shop to check out our collection of practical and stylish gear, perfect for you or a friend!
5. By joining us at the Seattle Marriott on the Waterfront on May 13, 2017 for our annual dinner and auction gala – tickets will be available by this winter.
6. By hosting a fundraising event for Camp Ten Trees. Contact us for more information on how you can use your personal networks to give the gift of camp to our youth!
7. By enrolling in Amazon Smile (which gives us a percentage of your Amazon.com purchases at no additional cost to you), GoodSearch (which donates to us every time you search the internet), and Welzoo (which sends us money when you open a new window in your computer browser).
8. By getting your taxes done at H&R Block – we get $20 for every new client who signs up and gives their tax professional nonprofit referral ID #40010001083416.
“Our daughter had the best time at camp. We never thought we would be able to send her due to financial limitation
–Amy, parent of a recent camper