Ability Camp

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 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.

Since 1989, The Ability Experience has been dedicated to serving the disability community through these weekends. Camps or facilities interested in hosting an Ability Camp can learn more HERE.

Upcoming Ability Camps

Following local and federal guidance, all remaining spring Ability Camps have been postponed to fall semester 2020. This decision was made with the health and safety of all participants being a top priority.

Camp HemlockAmston, CTFebruary 21-23
Camp SummitParadise, TXFebruary 21-23
Camp Twin LakesRutledge, GAFebruary 28- March 01
Camp CivitanWilliams, AZPostponed
Horsepower Therapeutic Learning CenterHigh Point, NCPostponed
Camp HarmonBoulder Creek, CAPostponed
Sunshine Foundation INCMaumee, OHPostponed
Camp WawbeekWisconsin Dells, WIPostponed
Camp JayceeEffort, PAPostponed
Heartland CenterParkville, MOPostponed

Ability Camp Guatemala

Guatemala does not have legislation similar to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) which means people with disabilities living in Guatemala do not have access to the types of resources in the US. Ability Experience volunteers can make a difference by helping to build an accessible project for people with disabilities.

Learn More Here!