Trinity Pines welcomes financial investments in the ministry of Christian camping. Many facilities, projects, and activities are in place today because of the financial support of camp partners. We welcome your investment in the future of Trinity Pines. There are a variety of ways that you can assist the camp.
CELEBRATION CLUB Celebration Club was established in 2009 as a way to reduce facility debt at Trinity Pines. Celebration Club was built on the concept of everyone giving $1 per year for special events such as birthdays, anniversaries, spiritual birthdays, etc. Dollar for dollar, these funds are applied to debt reduction.
150 CLUB In 2013, the 150 CLUB was established as a way to provide a full scholarship to a deserving camper in children and teen camps sponsored by the Intermountain District. The campers identified as 150 CLUB recipients must have extreme financial need or be viewed as an outreach camper that would probably not be able to attend camp without this financial support.
SHARE THE DREAM Share the Dream is held each fall as an annual opportunity to tell the story of Trinity Pines and what has happened during the past year in the lives of campers, staff, facilities, and programs. The financial goal for Share the Dream is built on three areas: Capital Campaign, Scholarships, and Operations. The percent in each category can vary from year to year. Recognition is given to every investment that totals over $1,200 over the course of 12 months. Financial assistance in the amount of $50 per camper is awarded to deserving campers who need that little extra financial support.
MEMORIALS Trinity Pines has an extensive list of facilities, equipment, and programs that have been made possible through memorial funds. These funds fall into two categories: designated and undesignated. Designated memorial gifts are those projects that the family involved in the memorial has identified through consultation with camp staff and leadership. Undesignated memorials are funds that can be used for a variety of projects and equipment when identified and approved by board action.
UNITED WAY Trinity Pines Camp and Conference Center is recognized by United Way of Idaho as a non-profit organization. If your employer offers the United Way program, simply write on your donation slip that you would like Trinity Pines to be the recipient of your donation. Each month, the Intermountain District Camps receive donations that have passed through United Way (employers can remove this donation from your paycheck). Help us with the development process by requested that your funds be directed to Trinity Pines.