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As a ministry, New England Frontier Camp relies heavily on the generous giving of individuals, families, churches, and businesses like you.

Will you join us in our mission to raise the next generation of young men?

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all gifts to New Engand Frontier Camp are tax deductible and will receive a receipt.

Here is an overview and an explanation of where your financial support can help:

 

GENERAL OPERATIONS

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Our general operations account pays expenses like utilities, repairs, and maintenance. Additionally, staff payroll comes out of this account, as well as things such as office expenses, brochure printing, and postage. Donate to the General Operations Fund here

 

BUILDING FUND & CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

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With 300 acres, nine buildings, twelve cabins, and five outbuildings, we are never short on building needs. We are about to begin Phase Two of our Dormitory Building Project which will expand the ministry as well. Maintaining and improving the facilities is vital if we are to continue to operate.   Donate to the Building Fund here

 

CAMP DIRECTOR SUPPORT

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Currently we are able to pay our camp director only half of his annual salary. This payment comes out of the Operations account. Money that is given and earmarked for Camp Director Support will be paid to the director, above and beyond the current amount that we pay him. Our goal is ultimately to raise enough support so that his entire salary is covered by designated gifts.    Donate to the Camp Director’s Support Fund here

SCHOLARSHIPS

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There are many families that have a hard time affording camp tuition for their son. If they have more than one boy, it is even more difficult. This is where Camper Scholarships can be a very large blessing to some of these boys. This past summer our focus was to provide a half scholarships to those in need, and encourage local churches to cover the other half of the tuition. The more that is given for our scholarship fund, the more we can help boys spend a week at camp, who might otherwise be unable to attend.  Donate to the Camper Scholarship Fund here

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