2019 Building Momentum Campaign
“Octavio’s confidence and independence have changed in ways that are hard to even put into words since attending NWABA’s summer camps…He has now attended camp for three summers in a row and the growth continues; he travels independently to all of his classes, has a fantastic group of friends, does chores at home, participates in 100% of his PE class and so much more!” – Octavio’s Teacher and NWABA Supporter, Brittany Valicoff
Percent of goal raised so far!
Join us in making summer camp possible for 80 children and youth, like Octavio, by making a gift today.
Our goal is to raise $40,000, by June 30th and we need your support!
Will you consider making a generous gift to NWABA?
What are NWABA camps?
In both Oregon and Washington, NWABA hosts weeklong developmental sports summer camps for 80 youth who are visually impaired or blind. Our camps use sports as a catalyst to empower children and youth with visual impairments to build confidence, to join a community of peers who understand each other’s daily challenges, and to develop advocacy and mobility skills to gain a greater sense of independence in everyday life.
NWABA is honored to have one of the largest camps in the world for kids who are blind and visually impaired.