Frequently Asked Questions

 

          Who’s Going To Watch My Children?

Our events are led by volunteer directors from our local churches. These directors recruit counselors from within their church. All counselors receive a criminal history and sex offender background check. Standardized counselor to camper ratios are maintained at all of our camps; Primary through Middle School Campers are under the supervision of at least two counselors/staff at all times of the day, high school campers have some freedom but are still under adult supervision.

Ratios are:

  • Primary (grades K-2) – 2:10 (2 counselors for a group of 10 campers)
  • Elementary (grades 3-5) – 2:14
  • Middle School (grades 6-8) – 2:16
  • High School (grades 9-13) – 2:20

          What About Special Dietary/Medical Needs?

In an effort to best serve you and your family, please feel free to contact us before signing up if you have concerns about the level of care your camper may need while at camp.

Impact 2818 offers a standard menu. We do not offer celiac or vegetarian menus at this time. If your camper has special doctor-directed dietary meal concerns, please contact the Camp Manager at the site your camper will be attending to make arrangements for sending food to supplement our menu. Any meals sent to the camp to be prepared by our staff for your camper will require a doctor’s note explaining the needs and allergy. We do not prepare raw foods from home; ready to warm meals only. Refer to allergen information online at impact2818.org/camps/faq.

          Where Can I Find Scholarship Information?

Impact 2818 Scholarships has information about applying for and registering with a camp scholarship from Impact 2818.

          What Should I Pack?

Sleeping Bag/Bedding, pillow, modest & weather-appropriate clothing, clothes for being outside at night (i.e. jeans and long-sleeve shirt), rain gear, tennis shoes, flip flops for showers, toiletries, towels (shower and beach), one-piece swimsuit, sunscreen, bug repellant, flashlight, Bible, pen & paper, money for merchandise, snacks, etc.

          What Things Aren’t Allowed At Camp?

 

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