Welcome to Camp Tilikum!
Camp Tilikum is a place where people can go to experience creation, build community, find refuge, encounter God, and see lives transformed.
Tilikum is asking for community support to make repairs on the Lake, and for the resulting revenue shortfall during the 2022 summer program.
Tilikum’s 13 acre lake is the centerpiece for Summer Camp and Retreat Center activities each year and includes swimming and canoeing as well as supplying water for drinking and irrigation. Tilikum staff have been working since September 2021 to repair a faulty lake drain system, and were forced to cancel Day Camp for 800 registered local children. This has indeed been the most challenging time in Camp Tilikum’s 51-year history.
So far, about $100,000 has been spent on the project, and to date, about $70,000 has been raised. To finish the project, costs are projected to be an additional $330,000 including $180,000 for direct costs to repair, and $150,000 for indirect costs for purchasing water and loss of revenue from the cancellation of Day Camp.
See the Newberg Graphic’s June 21, 2022 coverage. [CLICK HERE]
If you would like to support the ministry at Tilikum you can contribute to this project via GoFundMe. [CLICK HERE]
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Every year more than 7,500 people visit Tilikum to find rest and renewal among the 93 acres of rolling hills, dense forest and pristine lake.
The Tilikum Summer Camp scholarship fund
Every kid to camp.
We believe every child should have the opportunity to go to camp whatever their socio-economic situation. Consider giving to the Tilikum Camp Scholarship Fund and make a difference in the life of a child this summer.
Summer Camp registration is currently closed.
Mark your calendar. Registration for Summer Camp begins January 15.
Save at least $40 when you register before May 1.
50 years of service!
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Camp Tilikum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.