Camp Dreamcatcher has been providing free therapeutic and educational programs for HIV/AIDS infected and/or affected youth for seventeen years. We invite you to enter our site and learn more about our organization and the children and adolescents served by Camp Dreamcatcher. We offer a safe, accepting and loving community for children coping with HIV/AIDS.
2014 Camp Dreamcatcher Summer Camp Week
THE 2014 Camp Session will take place at Camp Saginaw from August 17-23, 2014.
Camper and Counselor Applications Are Now Available!
For online Camper registration, visit: https://www.ultracamp.com/clientlogin.aspx?idCamp=315&campCode=cdc. For all other registration forms (all Volunteers and CIT/LITs), or if you prefer to register for Camp by printing out and mailing in the registration form, visit http://campdreamcatcher.org/outreach-and-education/forms/.
The Latest News
- Don’t Miss Camp Spookynaw This Halloween! Camp Spookynaw is a high tech, high thrill, haunted attraction featuring ten buildings of chilling fun. Guests become immersed in an enchanted tale that unfolds as the wizards and witches of Camp Spookynaw practice their spells. Pack your bags, grab a friend and hug your family goodbye. Open weekends starting Oct. 3 in Oxford, PA. ...
- Camp Dreamcatcher in the News Philly.com: PA Camp Helps Youth Affected by HIV/AIDS (August 26, 2014) Chester County Press: Camp Dreamcatcher Offers Hope and Inspiration (August 26, 2014) Chester County Press: Taliaferro’s Story Inspires Youngsters (August 26, 2014)
- Camp Dreamcatcher Receives Generous Donation from PCOM Anne Marie Kennedy (left) presents a $1,250 check to Emmalee Bierly from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. The donation is from PCOM’s Winter Gala. Camp Dreamcatcher greatly appreciates PCOM’s generosity!
- Camp Dreamcatcher Spring Fundraising Event Raises $42,000 Camp Dreamcatcher held a Spring Event on May 3rd at its new office in the Market at Liberty Place. The evening included appetizers, drinks and a silent auction. In addition, campers, counselors and Mentoring Program participants shared their personal Camp Dreamcatcher stories, experiences, hopes and dreams with the guests. Ohnmar, a 10-year-old camper, shared a ...
- Paul Harris Human Potential Scholarship Fund to benefit Camp Dreamcatcher campers Kennett Square business owner Doug Harris has established a fund that will provide two yearly $1,000 scholarships to HIV/AIDS impacted youth served by Camp Dreamcatcher. Patty Hillkirk, the executive director of Camp Dreamcatcher, said that the first recipients of this scholarship are Tranessa and Tyrell. “The scholarship winners have demonstrated positive leadership and service in their own ...