The American Camp Association (ACA) is at an important crossroad. For decades, ACA has been helping create powerful social-emotional learning opportunities through high-quality camp experiences. These experiences continue to shape resilient and compassionate communicators, problem-solvers, and leaders.

Today, as ACA engages and leans forward into the 2020–2024 Strategic Plan, our focus is to expand our reach, relevance, and equitable access to camp experiences through increased public awareness of ACA accreditation while championing quality, youth development, and growth on the national stage. This plan represents an opportunity to build on organizational strengths and solidifies ACA as a leading collaborator and partner among organizations focused on improving youth outcomes. Adapting to and innovating in today’s changing landscape is key to ensuring ACA continues to enrich the lives of the youth we serve.

In order to move these efforts forward, we need your help. By making a gift to the American Camp Association 2019 Annual Fund on this #GivingTuesday, you are supporting vital and important components of this work that the Association cannot otherwise afford. Your tax-deductible, charitable gift underwrites these critical efforts to support the organization’s structure and priorities.

Our strategic priorities include:

  • Serving as a leading voice for camp in youth development and education
  • Expanding reach, relevance, and equitable access
  • Championing quality
  • Accelerating organizational growth and sustainability

Together, we are building the future through better camp experiences for all. Your support of the ACA Annual Fund will help to equip the next generation of youth for a bright future. Our goals are ambitious, and we need your support today as we begin our journey.

Thank you for your consideration and support of these important priorities. Please support this critical year-end campaign on this #GivingTuesday by donating online today.

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