Scholarships News

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From Executive Director: David Campbell,

Each summer the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas hosts a summer camp for youth entering grades 3 – 12.  While the gift of camp can last a lifetime it is often a challenge for many families to afford especially if they have several children. Camp All Saints scholarship fund is intended to insure that no camper will be turned away for financial reasons.  While this is our goal it is always a challenge as our ability to give is limited to what is in the fund.  Every gift makes a difference. 

 

Thank you notes from some of our campers:

  • First Year Camper: 
  • “Dear Diocese of Dallas, Thank you for sponsoring Camp All Saints.  I am very thankful for letting me have this opportunity to get closer to God and other teens my age.  This was my first year at this camp and it was life changing for me.  Thank you Sooo much for this experience.”

  • Third Year Camper:
  • “Dear EDOD, I thank you so so much for allowing me to have an amazing experience and just be able to come to Camp All Saints.  Camp All Saints has helped me grow spiritually with God.  This was my third year coming to Camp All Saints and I wish to come many more years.  Forever will this camp be my home and safe place where I am able to be myself.”

 

  • Sixth Year Camper: 
  • “Thank you so much for making this camp a possibility for me every summer.  I love coming here to grow further in Christ and rekindle relationships with counselors, campers and literally everyone here.  Throughout the years, I’ve grown so much into who I am as a Christian and I’ve learned what having faith is, and I know I owe it to this camp and the amazing people here.  My sixth year at camp was a blast, and I cant wait for my seventh!!!!  Thank you!!!”

 

  • We are asking for your help:  Please make a gift to Camp All Saints Scholarship Fund.   Checks should be made payable to: Camp All Saints with Scholarship Fund in the memo line: donations may also be made online at campallsiants.com

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