Legacy Tree Program
To reserve a Legacy Tree plaque, please email Krista Fultz at email@example.com
You created a legacy at camp.
Make it permanent in our new dining hall!
Every staffer that works at The Pines leaves a lasting imprint in the heart of the children that pass through our gates. As staff, we also know the impact that our time at camp has on us. Like many campers, we came to know The Pines as a second home --- where we made lifelong friendships, worked through blood, sweat, and tears, and learned what it meant to show radical love to campers and staff.
Our time at The Pines is marked by the camp name we are given as we took part in this ministry. Cassie, Chelsea, and Courtney became Pinky, Pumbaa, and Reveille. John and Laurie became Goober and Gri-Gri. Greg became Sparrow and Nick became Wildcat. Thousands of campers come to know these names as the names of people that have led them closer to Christ and closer to sharing in paradise with Him.
We want to give you the opportunity to not only retire these names, but to display them in our brand new dining hall. The over 8,000 campers that join us for meals each year will see the scope of how far the Pines family extends, and you'll have the chance to have your name posted near other staff that you worked with.
Your donation will contribute to a new era as we expand the camp while keeping the close-knit feel of summers of old.
To purchase a plaque for your name, we are asking for an investment of $2500 to be paid out over the course of three years. We know that this is a large sacrifice. The total cost of the dining hall project is $1.2 million. Your sacrifice will help us pay off our dining hall debt while keeping camp affordable for the families that join us each summer. If you and your spouse were both Pines staffers, you can buy a joint plaque for $4,000.
As a camper parent, did your counselor leave a lasting impact on your child?
If you are looking for a way to honor a counselor that in a way that will last with them for years, you also have the option to sponsor a plaque for them. It's a meaningful, sacrificial way to show love for the counselor that helped change your camper's life!