Ways to Give
Give the Gift of Camp
See our GIFTS FOR GOOD page for a full list of donation options and gift ideas.
$1,000 will send a child to one residential camp, enable the camper to attend the year-round Youth Clubs, and buy supplies for a cabin of 15 campers.
$500 will send a child to camp and enable the camper to attend Youth Clubs for a year.
$250 will purchase arts and crafts supplies for 140 children attending a camp session.
$100 will sponsor a young women's empowerment club.
$50 will help end HIV stigma among South Africa's vulnerable youth.
To mail a donation, make checks payable to Global Camps Africa and send to:
Global Camps Africa
11911 Freedom Dr., 8th Floor
Reston, VA 20190
Corporate Matching Gifts
Matching Gifts make your dollars go even further. You can often increase the value of your gift two or three times through corporate matching gifts. Contact your human resources or corporate contributions department to see if they participate. They can provide you with a matching gift form to send to us and we'll take care of the rest.
Leave a Legacy
You don’t have to be a Carnegie or a Rockefeller to be a philanthropist. You too can leave a legacy to something you believe in. You can give through your will. The gift may be a specific bequest (an item or dollar amount), or may be characterized as a percent of your estate (i.e. 1%, 3%, 5%, etc.). A bequest offers immediate and lasting recognition to the individual donor and it helps Global Camps Africa continue to fulfill our mission to help the vulnerable and needy children of South Africa in the future. If you would like more information about planned giving, please click here.
Your contribution makes an enormous difference in giving hope and promise to children in South Africa affected by HIV/AIDS. Thank you for your support.
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Global Camps Africa is organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible as described on your receipt and to the extent allowed by law.