Adopt-A-Cabin

 What?

The Adopt-a-Cabin program is for individuals, churches, organizations and groups who want to support the ministry at Camp DeWolfe. Most of the cabins were built in the 1990s with little upgrade since then. There are a number of planned improvements that will extend the life of the cabins, improve their appearance and make them a place where guests and campers can enjoy their stay. The Adopt-a-Cabin program empowers individuals and groups to help maintain and upgrade the facilities at Camp DeWolfe.

Where?

Camp DeWolfe currently has 17 cabins:
-The larger and newer cabins (8) are heated and contain 6 bunks that sleep up to 12 guests;
-The smaller cabins (7) are not heated and can contain 4 bunks that sleep up to 8 guests;
-There are two smaller cabins that have heating installed and can contain 4 bunks that sleep up to 8 guests;
-There are two shower houses with showers, toilets, and sink units.

How it works:

The Adopt-a-Cabin program is now open for individuals, families and groups to sign up for a cabin(s). Sponsors provide $5000 for improvements, help maintain the cabin(s) and pray for the year-round use of the cabin(s). Sponsors receive a plaque on their cabin(s) with an opportunity to name their cabin(s). Sponsors also have the opportunity to be enrolled as a lifetime ‘Friend of DeWolfe’ at no cost, and receive the benefits of the Friends of DeWolfe program.

Some cabin projects:

-One coat of exterior stain on all cabins.
-Interior painting in all cabins.
-Install ¼ ac plywood glued and nailed in Boys cabins and 7 Girls cabins.
-Install electric upgrades to 30 amp service in 8 of the smaller cabins (G5-9 & B5-8).
-Install wall heating systems in 7 of the smaller cabins (G6-9 & B5-8).
-Replace screen doors on all cabins.
-New quick coupler valve and shut off valve on Boys shower house for use of sprinkler.
-New curtains for all cabins.
-Replace dressers and closets in cabin

How do I adopt-a-cabin?

Contact Matt Tees today: (631) 929-4325

mtees@campdewolfe.org

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Click here to download the Adopt-A-Cabin Flyer