“God has made this Place A Rest”
An Episcopal Camp & Retreat Center of the Diocese of California.
Summer Camp Registration is OPEN!
Session Information & Registration Forms are here: www.stdorothysrest.org/wp/camp-4/
Woods-To-Waves is May 10th, 2014 and is a benefit to support Camp St. Dorothy’s Hospital Camps.
Want to learn more about St. Dorothy’s Summer Camps and Summer Camp Staff opportunities?
Come join us for CAMP SUNDAY 10AM at the following parishes.
April 27th: Church of the Resurrection, Pleasant Hill
May 4th: St. Francis, San Francisco
May 18th: St. Paul’s, Walnut Creek
HERE WE GROW AGAIN!
On January 3 & 4, 2014 1,700 redwood seedlings were planted at St. Dorothy’s in partnership with Forest Unlimited. Forest Unlimited is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect, enhance, and restore the forests and watersheds of Sonoma County. Each year, Forest Unlimited organizes volunteers to plant redwood and oak seedlings on protected properties throughout Sonoma County.
Here are ways you can get involved:
You can directly support the tree-planting efforts, as well as the ongoing ministries of St. Dorothy’s, by making a financial contribution at one of the following giving levels:
Seed Seedling Tree Grove Forest
$250 $500 $1,000 $5,000 $10,000
St. Dorothy’s offers a unique summer camp experience to youth in the diocese as well as offering free camp programs for critically ill youth from bay area hospitals.
A variety of lodging options are available for vestry, parish, and non for profit group retreats with single and double occupancy rooms to dorms that sleep 15-30. With a dining room that accommodates up to 80, food is hearty, seasonal, and delicious
DONATE TODAY to support these ongoing ministries:
- $100,000 Camp St. Dorothy’s Hospital Camps
- $40,000 Campership (Camp Scholarship) Fund
- $30,000 Apprenticeship Program (Young Adult Staff Program)
- $30,000 Operating Expenses
- $15,000 NCCC AmeriCorps (costs associated with hosting NCCC Team)
To learn more about the Annual Fund, download our brochure here Annual Fund
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