Be a Camp Dreamcatcher Partner!

Every corporate partnership with Camp Dreamcatcher is unique. We work with you to craft the perfect plan for your company. From financial gifts to event sponsorships to employee involvement, any way that you choose to get involved will have a direct and immediate impact on the children and families we serve.


PayPal encourages volunteerism across its employees, which aligns with our mission of creating inclusive economic opportunities for as many people and businesses around the world as possible.  Locally, we have offices in Wilmington and Conshohocken with around 400 employees who are highly engaged in the communities of the greater Philadelphia area and support many charitable organizations. Camp Dreamcatcher is one of these organizations, and we receive great support from our team due to the purpose of Patty’s organization. This year, we had over 60 people spend time volunteering at the camp and doing everything from arts and crafts, carnival activities to fishing.  We always receive positive feedback from our team on the experience, and the kids you get to meet are truly amazing and inspiring. We plan to continue to support the camp for years to come and challenge ourselves on how we can deliver better experiences for the campers each year and continue to support Patty and her team.

   — Doug Bland, VP and GM Global Business Financing Solutions, Paypal

Skills-Based Volunteer Program Through Catchafire

Thanks to a grant from the Philadelphia Foundation, Camp Dreamcatcher has received free help from professional skills-based volunteers from Catchafire on a variety of projects over the last two years.  The total estimated value of the free services Camp Dreamcatcher has received from this collaboration with Catchafire is $80,000. Click here to learn more about Camp Dreamcatcher’s experiences with Catchafire and the types of services Catchafire can provide to non-profits. 

In-Kind Donations

In-kind supplies needed for the camp session include new backpacks, flashlights/batteries, batteries (AA, AAA), pillows, twin bed sheets, blankets, summer clothing (used and/or in good condition for ages 5-17), small cabin games and art/craft kits, rain ponchos, toiletry kits filled with small sized shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, sunscreen and deet-free bug spray.

Thanks to all of the donors who’ve sent decorated pillowcases to Camp Dreamcatcher over the years.  We were fortunate to have been featured in Parents Magazine years ago ( and as of right now, we DO NOT NEED any more pillowcases.  If you are interested in making something for the kids at camp, how about decorating t-shirts, making welcome signs for each cabin (total 20), making toiletry kits or craft kits, or writing notes to welcome the kids to camp (total 135 campers).

Camp Dreamcatcher’s Campers and Families are so Appreciative of these Partners Efforts


Church of the Holy Trinity
Grove United Methodist Church
Grove United Methodist Women


Kennett Square Lions Club
Kennett Square Rotary Light 
Avon Grove Lions Club
Rotary Club of Kennett at Longwood
GFWC New Century Club of West Chester


AstraZeneca, Inc.
API Office Solutions
Ameriprise Financial, Inc.
Benevity Community Impact Fund
PayPal Giving Fund
Pena & Kahn, PLLC
Dansko, Inc.

AM Skier Insurance
ravet, Inc.
Liberty Mutual
Janssen Therapeutics/Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies
Aardvark Pest Control Services
Southco, Inc.
DiDonato Builders


Lincoln University
Delaware State University
Penn State University
Pennsylvania Gestalt Center
Temple University
West Chester University
Widener University  


Max’s Kicks for Kids
PayPal, Inc.
Matt Fetick Real Estate Team
Oxford Starbucks Company
Sandpiper Embroidery
Bombas Socks
Brothers International
Gatorade Sports

NGA Concordville Branch
PSU Great Valley

Watermark at Bellingham
PayPal, Inc.