Restorative Practices Training

This training lays the foundation for building a restorative community by introducing and exploring restorative principles and concepts, proactive strategies and a non-punitive approaches for repairing relationships and restoring community.


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Ginny’s Legacy of Love

Contributing to other people’s happiness and comfort
was the true meaning of life for Ginny.


Gennifer Robinson served as a counselor with our Leaders in Training (16 & 17-year-olds) at camp from 2019-2021. The passion she had in her work first as a HIV/AIDS case manager at the Harriet Lane Clinic at Johns Hopkins working with adolescents and young adults, and more recently as the HIV/AIDS Program Supervisor at the Bartlett Center, is hard to capture in words. Her sudden death this past August left all of us reeling with disbelief. She was FUN, energetic, brutally honest, compassionate, vibrant and lived life to the fullest. We honored her spirit at camp this past summer and invited her family to attend the Wish Log Ceremony to receive her Bundle which is full of photos and messages from the campers and volunteers. To honor her legacy, we have established the Phoenyx College Scholarship for college bound Leaders in Training.


Use AmazonSmile on Prime Days and Benefit Camp Dreamcatcher

Shop on Amazon Prime Days, October 13 and 14, and raise funds for Camp Dreamcatcher! Amazon's Prime Days offer consumers the best sales of the year on many items that Amazon sells. Just visit and make sure to set Camp Dreamcatcher as...

Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends Days

October 14 - October 15 Boscov’s in Christiana, DE, is helping to raise funds for Camp Dreamcatcher through their “Friends Helping Friends” Days! It’s easy – just shop at Boscov’s on October 14 and 15, either in-person or online. Camp Dreamcatcher will then receive 5%...


Our Campers share their time with you.

Quotes From the Children Served by Camp Dreamcatcher

“I had somebody I could talk to and learned that I’m always going to be perfect just the way I am. It’s important to have a place like Camp because it gives you a break from what you do at home and gives you surprises.  I feel taken care of. I like that we are different colors.”

6 year-old Camper

“I receive love at Camp Dreamcatcher. It is easier to talk about feelings at camp because everyone has them. I don’t think people outside of camp understand.”

12 year-old Camper

““I am the same as my friends at camp because we like to have fun, know someone who is sick with HIV/AIDS. I love the counselors at camp because they help me to play and they give me HOPE I feel so loved and safe at camp.”

7 year-old Camper

“My dad is in jail and I was able to talk about him not being around. I learn that you need to be respectful. Camp Dreamcatcher is a great place because there is no other place like it.”