After a nearly two year hiatus, men of Pi Kappa Phi are continuing to head back to camp to help several camps and facilities with some much needed work.
Last year, over 250 men of Pi Kappa Phi volunteered at 9 different camps.
There are nearly 9 camps scheduled for this Spring already!
Ability Camps are national service projects that provide funding and manpower to build and renovate structures for camps and facilities serving the disability community. Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity from various universities construct projects like accessible fishing piers, boardwalks, pavilions, playgrounds and more in an effort to highlight the abilities of people with disabilities. The work done will help enhance the lives of people with disabilities while also building bonds of brotherhood.
Ability Camps are open to all members of Pi Kappa Phi, alumni and undergraduates.
Video is from Ability Camp: North Carolina held at Holy Angels in Belmont, NC on March 26-27, 2022
Every camp that hosts an Ability Camp receives a $5,000 grant from The Ability Experience to cover the cost of materials for the projects our men will be completing. There is a tremendous need to help get many of our camp friends caught back up with some of the camp enhancement projects. Even if you are not a student, you can significantly impact the lives of campers with disabilities by donating today to make more of these Ability Camps possible.