Camp offers children a great opportunity to experience challenging and engaging learning experiences. Camp is about people, about relationships, about community. Camp is learning to share, to cooperate, to give and to respect. Camp offers girls the opportunity to get to know themselves.
We invite you to help us reach our goal of offering assistance to fifteen campers each summer. These campers come through organizations that we have partnered with over the years or through specific requests due to financial hardship. We strongly believe that all campers at Wyonegonic benefit from a diverse population.
Tax Deductible Giving options for Camp Scholarships:
Any donations should be sent to the Wyonegonic Office. Please click here to download a form to submit with your credit card or check contribution. Please contact the camp office if you have any questions.
American Camping Foundation (ACF): A contribution payable to ACF can be designated to the Wyonegonic Campership Endowment. This endowment fund was established in memory of George N. Sudduth. Income generated from this permanent fund is awarded annually as campership financial assistance to Wyonegonic campers in our effort to diversify our camper population.
American Camp Association (ACA): A contribution payable to ACA can be designated to the Wyonegonic Campership Fund. The fund was established in memory of the Cobbs (the camp’s founding family). All contributions to this annual fund are awarded (less a managing fee) to Wyonegonic campers who have requested financial assistance and been approved as eligible by the Scholarship Committee.
Steve Glidden Foundation (SGF): A contribution payable to SGF can be designated to Wyonegonic in order to fund a camper who has been homeless, a refugee or exposed to child abuse/neglect, domestic violence or other trauma. This foundation was established in memory of Steve Glidden, a Winona camper and Wyonegonic family camper, tragically lost to a bus accident at age 12.
Non Tax Deductible Giving
Donations made directly to Wyonegonic are not tax deductible. Gifts may be earmarked for general use or for a specific capital improvement. For example, individuals have given for specifics such as canvas canoe restoration, landscaping at the Cobb Dining Hall, pottery equipment, piano, etc. A gift of this nature should be named directly to Wyonegonic Camps. Naming opportunity inquiries should be directed to the camp office.
Alternative options for giving
Transfers of stock and corporate matching gifts are acceptable methods of contributing to any of the camp scholarship options. Deferred giving arrangements should be made known to the camp office. Please contact us for necessary details.
Gifts in Kind
We accept any of the following donations: Books for our Library & Junior Unit; costumes (crazy clothes and old prom dresses) to add to our frequently used costume box; outgrown clean green and white camp uniforms; games or puzzles for the Health Center (complete sets only please).