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Partner with us and change lives!

Partner with us to complete the vision of a fully accessible campground that’s just as creative and unique as the people who will use it. Invest today and make a long lasting and direct impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities. Your support of Camp Daniel shows people with disabilities that they are valued and loved. You can provide the opportunity for hundreds more to attend camps, retreats and events designed specifically for people who have physical and developmental disabilities. Through your kindness and generosity, we can change lives.

100% of your net donation will go to the construction
cost of finishing the Little Newton Lake Campus.

One Time Donation

Giving a one time donation can be done several ways:

Mail a check to Camp Daniel with 20/20 in the memo.  Your money goes the furthest, as there are no online fees.

Donate Online. Click the “Donate Now” button below to get started!

Other giving options: Memorial Gifts, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT or ACH), Bill Payee service, Matching funds (Many corporations match employee gifts), Churches (Speak to the missions committee of your church to include Camp Daniel in their monthly missionary giving), Planned Giving (Estate).

No matter the method of donation, all gifts to Camp Daniel are tax deductible.

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Monthly Giving

Monthly donations are a great way to give.  For example, you might not be able to afford a gift of $400, but if you pledge to give $20.20 for 20 months you would still be giving over $400!  Plus, we make it easy with auto withdrawals.  All donations to Camp Daniel are tax deductible

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Become a fundraiser

Raise money on behalf of Camp Daniel and solicite donations from your friends and family on Facebook. Facebook has made it simple for you to raise funds quickly, easily & at no cost to you.  All of the money gets sent automatically to Camp Daniel so you don’t have to worry about the financial details!

Getting started is easy and it only takes a few minutes to create your Online Fundraising Page:

  • Click Get Started Now!   or   Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your Facebook News Feed.
  • Click Raise Money.
  • Select Nonprofit/Charity
  • Select a Camp Daniel,Inc. Then choose a cover photo and fill in the fundraiser details.
  • Click Create – DONE!

Personalize the text and the photo on your Fundraising Page to express your connection to Camp Daniel and how it has personally affected you or the people you know.

Share the link with your friends, family, colleagues – anyone you think will help you reach your goal.

Fundraising Pages are powerful and persuasive, and you can help make a huge impact at Camp Daniel and to many people with disabilities.  Head over to Facebook now and see how easily you can become an Facebook fundraising star!

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Host an event in your town!

Raise money on behalf of Camp Daniel by hosting an event in your town. We will work directly with you with marketing, answering any questions and working through any and all details.

Example events: run, brat fry, banquet, bowl-a-thon, etc.

Click the “start planning” button to send an email to Annissa Hartwig, who will be helping you brainstorm and plan your event. Please include contact information and what kind of event you would interested in hosting.

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Why Now?

There has been a growing demand for a facility that better fits the needs of people with disabilities. Camp Daniel has reached a pivotal point where the uncompleted campground restricts us from meeting the growing demand of the disabled community. Approximately 10% of applicants each summer are turned away due to facility limitations at the campground that Camp Daniel rents. These limitations include lack of wheelchair accessibility to the lakefront, cabins, bathrooms, and recreational areas. There are recurring maintenance problems every summer that affect the campers directly. Time is of the essence, as the rented campground is becoming increasingly difficult to meet the requirements of Camp Daniel’s campers.

Right now my son, Jacob, cannot attend Camp Daniel because of the rented campus’s physical limitations. When the new campus is finished we will be able to send him for the very first time. He is always asking when the new camp will be finished...

-Fatherof son with Cerebral Palsy who uses a wheelchair
The Vision of a completed campus

The vision of Camp Daniel is to provide a fully accessible camping facility and a community of people with and without disabilities who are dedicated to serving alongside one another. It has been built creatively to focus on sharing the gospel and discipling people whose lives have been impacted by the disability culture. The programs offered by Camp Daniel focus on providing a broad range of opportunities to empower people with disabilities to serve each other and have an impact in their community.

The funds from The 20/20 Vision will go to projects to turn Camp Daniel from a seasonal operation to a year-round, fully accessible camp and retreat facility. Upon the completion of these projects, Camp Daniel will be able to open its doors for year-round operations. These projects include:

Dining Hall

The 8,500 square foot dining hall space will sit 200 people, which will make it among the largest banquet facilities in Marinette County. This space will also serve as a training center for people with disabilities to become banquet workers. The facility will include: main dining room, quiet room for people who are sensory sensitive, full commercial kitchen, and health center (nurses dispense medications and have area for exams); and will cost approximately $850,000.

~ $850,000

Outdoor Amphitheater

The outdoor theater will serve as the center of entertainment during nighttime activities and will sit over 500 people. At the front of the seating will be 1,000 square foot stage with a lights display and sound system. This will be used for assemblies, concerts, talent shows, chapel, community events, and weddings. The approximate cost for construction is $40,000.

~ $40,000

The Village

A group of 12, two person cabins will serve as summer housing for summer staff and interns. The cabins and shower house have been built and donated by students at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, WI. Required steps for completion include, preparing the grounds for permanent location of the buildings, paving walkways, installation of well, septic and plumbing, and building an overhang above the walkways. The approximate cost for completion is $20,000.

~ $20,000

Recreation Field

This 50,000 square foot playing field will be used for outdoor activities. The approximate cost of landscaping, grass, seating, and sound system for this project is $15,000.

~ $15,000

Landscaping & Grass

To provide a finished look for camp, a lawn will require seeding with other landscaping wheredeemed appropriate. The approximate cost is $5,000.

~ $5,000


To make this facility fully accessible, sidewalks will need to be established and interconnected to those already in place.  The approximate cost is $20,000.

~ $20,000

Total ~ $950,000

The History of Building Camp Daniel

In 1996, Camp Daniel, Inc. was formed as a non-profit organization and purchased a former Salvation Army campground on Little Newton Lake in Athelstane, WI. Work began that year to start construction of camp. To date, the majority of the Little Newton Lake Campus has been constructed by volunteer labor, allowing the camp to extend each donation further than otherwise possible. Because of this, Camp Daniel is moving at a pace that allows the construction phases to match the available donations of money, materials and volunteer labor. In the 21 years of construction, the following have been completed:

  • Multipurpose building (includes chapel, game room,
    maintenance area, storage space, and workshop)
  • Camp Daniel office
  • Two group homes for people with cognitive disabilities
  • Arts building
  • Picnic pavilion and activity area
  • Snack stand
  • Dorm buildings
  • Nature center
  • Outdoor learning areas
  • Accessible paths
  • Reworking of the lakefront
  • Gift shop
  • Homes for Camp Daniel staff