Your chance to Give The Love OF Bowhunting And Archery To A Child… A Love That Will Start With Their First Bullseye, And Never End…
About Kamp for Kids…
Ted Nugent Kamp for kids was founded by Ted in 1990. The primary goal is to get kids out of the malls and off the streets, away form drugs and crime, into the woods and in touch with the natural healing powers of the wild. It’s where we belong, and the best place to teach a child morals and ethics, and out roll as caring humans in life’s cycles to manage and respect the wild life around us.
Kamp sessions are a three-day-weekend, outdoor class-format adventure. Each child, age 11 to 15, is to show proper archery shooting skills, learns hunters safety and ethics, survival skills, and participates in hands-on nature studies and a nature walk. As always TED will make an appearance to present the kids an upbeat pro-hunting, anti-drug lecture and musical performance.
How YOU Can Help…
You can send your own child, or you can sponsor a child, who would be interested in learning more about the natural world and his/her role in the game of life.
You can donate your time, or products to Kamp. We are always in need of funds to help reduce the cost for the kampers. Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids is a 501c3 tax exempt organization, so your donation is tax-deductible. Thanks to our 100% volunteer staff, all proceeds directly benefit the kids.
Ted Nugent Kamp For Kids Statement of Purpose
Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes within the meaning of section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and more particularly:
- To establish, to maintain, and to operate a summer camp for youth, emphasizing nature appreciation, woodloar, wildlife habits, conservation, archery instruction and hunter safety education.
- To work with anti-drug programs to provide young people with a healthy, positive alternative to illicit drug use by promoting the ethical and responsible utilization of our natural resources.
- To organize groups, emphasizing young people, to assist with conservation projects such as habitat preservation, tree plantings, and stream clean-ups.
- To promote awareness, education, and implementation of wildlife conservation practices through proper habitat and management principals.