Residential Summer Campership
As a little girl, Wendy remembers the fun she had at summer camp. She learned how to swim, and enjoyed hiking, outdoor sports, and campfire songs. But more importantly she learned what it was like to be independent.
Our goal is to expose girls, ages 10-16, to the great outdoors and to the joys of residential camping, sparking a positive and memorable experience that last a life time.
The Hunter Foundation works with non-profit community-based organizations that qualify and refer girls who come from families that cannot afford to send their girl to camp.
Girls enjoy many activities including horse back riding lessons, swimming, pond study, lake boating, hiking, sports, rock climbing, and more. Each cabin holds 10 girls and is lead by two counselors. The girls make new friends, learn team building and independence, and spend time together doing the various activities.
The cost is approximately $2,000 per camper and pays for:
– Cabin room accommodations and all meals for 13 days
– Horseback riding Instruction
– Transportation to and from camp from each girl’s home city
– Hunter Foundation Camp Kits including T-shirts, toiletries, pajamas, sweat suits, and hair care products.
Girls attend YMCA Camp Mason