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Maranatha is an IRS classified 501(c)3 organization, so all monetary donations are tax deductible. While Maranatha does indeed generate revenue through its camp and conference ministry, our camp experiences are priced to allow families of all income-levels to participate. Please consider one of these areas of need as you plan your financial gift in support of Maranatha’s mission in our community.
Donating to Maranatha’s General fund gives Maranatha the greatest flexibility to satisfy the immense financial demands of operating a safe, expansive campground and modern conference center in an environment where change and growth are constants. Our general fund has been supported for 4 generations by generous people like you who have a heart for our camping ministry and who share our desire to give children to experience the joy of a week outside at camp.
Medium grade laptop with excel and word– This would be for the director’s use. A mac would be preferable due to the video editing capability and ease of use but not necessary.
DSLR Camera with video capability – This will allow us to capture much of our media content in house with minimal cost i.e. – Camper pictures promo videos etc.
Boat to pull a banana boat/skiers
Banana Boat – a high volume towable that provides 6 riders a safe and fun ride. To see go to: www.overtons.com item# 19398
Rockwall for the Pool – an awesome addition to replace the diving board. We may be able to build this in house. www.aquaclimb.com
Inflatables for the waterfront – These will be anchored off of our dock and are integral to our waterfront swimming. www.wibitsports.com
Maintenance/Camp Use Items:
A Gator/Mule side by side ATV with a truck bed– (can def. be used if in good shape)
Any Truck – in good working order
Propane Grill – for camp staff to use for meal prep (not for group use)
BBQ Smoker – for camp staff to use for meal prep (not for group use)
The Maranatha Scholarship fund exists to provide a means for children who might not otherwise be able to afford a camp experience to attend one of our camps. In its history, Maranatha has never turned a child away from camp for financial reasons, and has even partnered with organizations like the Presbyterian Home for Children to give camp beds to kids who could really use a break. Camp, of course, is not free, and its through the generosity of our donors that we are able to maintain our commitment to giving full or partial scholarships to children who need them.
For other opportunities, such as Estate Giving and facility Naming Rights, please contact our office.