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There is not a photo available that sums up the Wisconsin Lions Camp better than Place For Friendships - Lions Campthe image on the right.  It is a place where lifelong friendships are made.

As you may know, Lions Camp provide a week of camp for children with special needs that includes experiences and skills that will serve them today, tomorrow and years to come. All this is provided at no cost to the families.

At Lions Pride, one of the best parts of our job is the opportunity to work with our donors to help preserve, protect and provide so the WLF can continue to provide these experiences for today and for future generations of campers.

Do you know a child that would benefit from Lions Camp? Don’t wait! Here is a letter from the Camp Director that will answer most of your questions.

It is time to get an application in because the youth camper deadline is quickly approaching. All applications must be postmarked by May 27, 2015.

Lions Camp still has space available the following weeks:

Youth with mild/borderline cognitive disabilities* (ages 9-17):
*See the Camp Director letter and Application for specific details

June 28 – July 3
July 26 – 31

Youth who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (ages 6-17):

July 5 – 10
July 12-17

Youth who are Blind or Visually Impaired (ages 6-17):

August 2-7

As many as 70,000 children with disabilities have attended the Wisconsin Lions Camp since its inception in 1964; we’d love to see that number keep increasing.

Help make summer of 2015 one to remember for a child with special needs. Share this blog post with family, friends, teachers and business associates.

Thank you for helping us find more eligible campers!