Ways to Donate to Camp Menogyn
Annual Giving Program
Each year during the annual campaign, we ask for your support to keep a long-standing tradition of exceptional camp experiences alive and well. Your donation helps campers—more than 627 in 2016—develop character, build skills, learn from nature and make lasting friends and memories.
In 2016, 61 camperships were provided and an additional 82 campers came with nonprofit groups at discounted rates made possible by donors. In all $151,000 was given out in financial assistance for campers. Many of our scholarship recipients have never been on a family vacation, paddled a canoe or slept out beneath the stars. Your donation makes these life-changing experiences possible for all children, regardless of their family’s income.
With your help, the YMCA can:
- Offer camp scholarships so that no one is turned away due to financial need
- Purchase essential program equipment and supplies
- Provide quality training programs for camp staff
Did you know?
- One three-person dome tent costs $375.
- A customized first aid kit for an extended trip costs $205.
- Complete reconditioning of one wood canoe costs $875 and 60+ hours of labor.
How to Donate
We can process your gift online or by check, deferred billing, monthly credit card billing, EFT and donation of securities. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Your gift is fully tax-deductible.
To donate by mail, download the mail-in pledge card.
Put your values to work through an endowment, living tribute or memorial gift. Contact Doug Nethercut at 763-230-9314.
Camp Menogyn is always looking for quality equipment. If you are interested in donating an item on our wish list, please contact Doug Nethercut at 763-230-9314.
- Stanley Spokeshaves (handheld wood tools for paddle building sessions)
- Eureka Outfitter Timberline 6 person tents
- Video camera (or digital camera with video capability)
- Ensolite sleeping pads
- Camping clothing (new or used/outgrown: hiking boots, wool/fleece layers, winter boots, hats, mittens, etc.)