Who We Are

Hope Hollow Ministries’ mission is to enrich the lives of children and young adults touched by disability by providing fun, meaningful camps and programs in a Christian environment filled with love, adventure, compassion, and fellowship.

We are energized and remain dedicated to offering week-long camps and year-round programming for individuals with special needs. We believe children and young adults with disabilities deserve to have a meaningful Christian camp experience at a place where they are loved. We understand how disappointing it is when families cannot find opportunities designed for their children’s needs. That’s why we have served children with disabilities since 2008 through summer camp and other year-round events. Our founding family has children with special needs which inspired the vision to create Hope Hollow Ministries where children with disabilities can gather with peers and experience the joy and fellowship of camp.

Our Mission

To enrich the lives of children and young adults touched by disability by providing fun, meaningful camps and programs in a Christian environment filled with love, adventure, compassion, and fellowship.

What we Do

We provide meaningful year-round programming for individuals touched by disability!

The week-long camps are full of fun-filled days of games, crafts, gardening, and playground activities. The giant inflatable bounce house and water slide are a continual hit with our campers. We are especially privileged and excited to be able to share the love of Christ with our campers through daily devotionals, Bible stories, and worship music.

Who We Are

Volunteers under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a chaperone at all times during their time of service. Chaperones will also have to complete a registration and application form.

What type of event would you like to volunteer at?

As a volunteer, I understand that the staff, campers, and other volunteers at Hope Hollow will depend on me to be present during the dates and times to which I commit to serving.*
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What's the name of this volunteer and your relationship to him/her? *
As a chaperone, I understand that the individual I will be supervising will not be permitted to volunteer unless I am present. *