Camp Sunshine, founded in 1960, is a summer recreational program for children and young adults with multiple disabilities.
The Camp is open each summer for 9 weeks (Mon. - Fri., 9:00 A.M.-3:30 P.M.) beginning the third Monday in June and running through the third Friday in August.
Camp Sunshine is unique among its peers because of its corps of volunteers who provide one-on-one care to its campers. Each volunteer has the opportunity to assist one camper in various camp activities throughout the day
Camp Snowflake, opened in 1970, is a fall/spring program held on Saturday to provide a needed social outlet for many of the campers who attend Camp Sunshine in the summer.
The Camp is open Saturday afternoons from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., from September through May.
Camp Snowflake strives to maintain the friendships forged during the summers through the sometimes long and difficult academic year. Camp Snowflake has expanded its services over the years to campers not also attending the Sunshine program and has added many exciting activities to its calendar each year. Camp Snowflake also provides one-to-one care for its campers with its corps of dedicated volunteers.