Camp New Hope is a 501C-3 (non-profit tax deductable) organization. Camp New Hope offers families of
children with life threatening medical conditions a week at the camp in the beautiful mountains of NC
on the New River.

Friday, October 5, 2012

New Website


We have updated our website and will be updating all of the children directly on it and will no longer be updating this site. Please check out our new site at www.campnewhopenc.com and stay up to date on everything going on at the camp.

Thanks!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Introducing Brandon


 
 
Greetings from Camp New Hope!  We awoke with FROST on the pumpkin for the second day!  Fall is in the air!

We would like to introduce our guest for this week.  Brandon is 15 years old and has Battens.  Brandon is also blind and has seizure disorder.  Brandon loves MONSTERS and scary things.  He is so excitable and his bubbly personality is contagious.  He has loved riding the Kubota and knows how many bumps there are going up Mountain Top Road.  He wants to try everything we have to offer here and wants to go fishing today.  We are praying he will catch a fish but if not by nature you can be sure there will be one on the end of his line by the end of the day.  Sometimes we have to sneak and put a fish on the line ourselves.  We just want him to experience what it feels like to reel one in.  Please pray for Brandon as he will be returning to the school for the blind after he leaves here.

As most of you know we lost Samuel a little over a week ago.  We are cutting a new trail in his honor and Samuels Circle is almost completed.  We will send out pictures soon.

Thank you for your continued support and prayers for Camp New Hope.  Thank you as always to Will and Mark Adkins who make this camp possible.

UPDATE:
 
Greetings from Camp New Hope!  It is a beautiful day here at the camp.  Attached you will see pictures of Brandon and Will Adkins from yesterday and also from Ranger Jeff who came and gave his presentation about the native animals.  Thank you Jeff for taking time and patience with Brandon.  When you are blind it really means a lot to have someone who will let you experience things you would never be able to otherwise.  Thanks to all of our Rangers.  Today we will be taking Brandon fishing and we know he will catch a FISH!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
For the children,
Randy

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Meet Faith



Greetings from Camp New Hope!  Meet Faith age 8 who is our guest this week at Camp New Hope!  Faith is here this week with her mother Candace and grandfather.  Faith is a beautiful little girl and is excited to be here this week.  She loves the Park Ranger and his furry friends he brought with him.  Faith is also going to ride the horses in the next few days which she loves.  Please pray for Faith who has a brain tumor and cerebral palsy. 

Continue to pray for the ministry of Camp New Hope!  God bless you all.

Randy


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Meet Sadie



Greetings from a cool Camp New Hope!  Meet Sadie age 5 our guest for this week.  Sadie has chromosome 6p deleation along with a host of other problems.  Sadie does not talk, walk and is fed with a feeding tube.  Sadie is aware of her surroundings and gets excited when she is at the camp.  She is here this week along with her little brother and older sister Lauren,  Mom and Dad, Aunt and cousin. 

The weather is cool and Dad Jeff is loving the cooler weather.  Looks like this is going to be a great week!

Please pray for this family as well as the camp.  Please visit when you can.

For the children,
Randy

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Welcome Wynter Bella


Hope everyone had a happy Labor Day.  We were busy at the camp, after picking grapes; we made 40 pints of grape jelly!  So we will able to offer peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or grape jelly with toast to the families.

We would like to introduce our guest this week 3 year old Wynter Bella from Alabama.  Wynter Bella does not talk or walk and is fed with a feeding tube.  She has a trachea and a new pair of glasses.  She is here this week with her mom and dad and 4 brothers.  The boys have been in the water today and busy in Mackinleys Playhouse. 

Fall is in the air in the mountains so winter will not be far behind.

Please keep us all in your prayers and thank you for your continued support and prayers. Thank you to First Baptist Ladies for the cake for the family.

For the children,
Randy

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Meet Adam


Meet Adam who will be our guest this week.  Adam has Cystic Fibrosis and is here this week with his mom and dad and aunt.  Adam attends a community college in Concord and is 18.  He loves the Kubota!

Please keep Adam and his family in your prayers!

Have a great holiday weekend!

Visit us when you can.  Thank you for your continued support of Camp New Hope.

For the children,
Randy

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Meet Cody


Greetings from Camp New Hope!  Meet Cody from Baltimore, Maryland!  Cody is 12 and has Battens disease and is here this week with his Dad, 2 sisters and a  brother.  We had a full day today.  Cody could not find his birdhouse that he made a few years ago and he made another one today and found the same tree he had hung it on before and so now his new birdhouse has found its proper place.  Even though Cody is blind he loves riding on the trails and he plays a mean game of air hockey. 

 
Thank you to Brick Stone Pizza who donated pizza to Cody and his family and to Good Ole Days for donating ice cream to Cody and his family. 
 
Thank you to Alan for helping Cody with his first horse ride and to Ernie for allowing Cody to drive his tractor and then we all went on a Hay Ride without the hay!  All this the first day at Camp New Hope and Cody wants to do it all! 

Please pray for this special little boy, there is no cure or treatment for Battens but miracles happen everyday and who knows God may have a cure just around the corner.  We can always pray for that!

Thank you for your prayers and financial support for Camp New Hope.

A special thank you to Randy Miller Lumber for donating wood and to Skyline for the poles we need.  Thanks to Neal and Rudy for working so hard also.

God bless you all in a very special way!

For the Children,
Randy