🤝MANITOU CARES: Fall Newsletter

After an unprecedented summer apart, we are looking forward to bringing our Manitou families and staff together to help make a positive impact on those less fortunate.

See below for some of our inspiring programs and stay tuned closer to the events for more information and how to sign up! We hope many of you will join us throughout the year as we keep the spirit of camp alive through our charitable initiatives. Due to restrictions on gatherings, we are unable to have some our most popular in person events at this time like our community meals, the tough nutter and more. Please feel free to reach out if you have ideas of other virtual programs helping those in need!

Our community effort throughout the summer is only the first step. We hope you’ll take part throughout the year with our Manitou Cares programs as we support many great initiatives and charities all over the world!

– Mark, Jeff, Jen, Alec & Melissa 


We are now able to restart our successful Evangel Hall Sandwich Initiative! We have partnered with Evangel Hall for many years to help in food insecurity for both their residents and marginalized people in the area. We are reaching out to Manitou Families to ask that one family sign up each month from October to June to take on preparing 200 sandwiches. These sandwiches will then be delivered by the family to Evangel Hall Mission to be given out to their clients.

Please email Jen at jen@manitoucamp.com to sign up!


Mark your calendars – on Sunday, November 8th, The Ve’ahavta Project is back for it’s 2nd year and moving online! As a Manitou community we will once again come together with Ve’ahavta for an afternoon of virtual volunteering and learning. With our family and friends of all ages we will have an opportunity to work together on hands-on projects that will directly benefit Ve’ahavta’s clients.


We are proud to be part of ECHOAge with the Manitoucamp Foundation as a charity for birthday parties. By choosing ECHOage, you are allowing your child to understand the joy of giving back as part of the birthday party experience. This is a great way to have a virtual birthday party with a meaningful impact. Please visit www.echoage.com to learn more!


A friend of the Manitou family, Daniel Herzog is selling reusable masks and clothing to help fund his cancer treatments that are not paid for by the government. If you are looking for a well made mask that include a filter and want to support Daniel, CLICK HERE.

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