WISHLIST

WISHLIST

Donations Needed

  • Quilts- twin size- 200
  • Children’s storybooks- 200
  • Bookcases- short and tall- 8 total
  • Aquariums for nature center- 8
  • Fishing poles and tackle
  • 15 Passenger vans- 2
  • Computers & monitors, laptops- 6
  • Office Desks and Chairs- 6
  • Conference table and chairs
  • Rocking chairs- 6
  • Picnic tables- 8
  • Couches- loveseat and full size- 4
  • Sandbox and toys
  • Puppets- 4 -6
  • Keyboard and drums
  • Extra clothes for campers- sweatshirts, swimsuits, socks, sneakers, etc.
  • Washers and dryers- 4 sets
  • Storage Cabinets and shelving
  • Western antiques and decor (covered wagon wheels, old boots, etc)
  • Hay
  • Horse tack for up to 10 horses
  • Fence Materials
  • Playhouse -for girls and playfort for boys
  • Princess Dresses- see donation list

While we sincerely appreciate all generous donations, we do ask that all donations be in good working condition. Our storage space and time is limited, and we are unable to fix up old equipment.

Vehicle Donations
Camp David Kansas is looking for full size vans with less than 150,000 miles to meet our programming needs. Vehicles should be in good working order. Donating a vehicle is simple and all donations are tax deductible. If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

Princess Dresses and Accessories

The “Princess Dinner” is a girl’s dream- having her nails painted, hair styled, and being able to pick out a sparkly dress. Once the girls are ready they have a glamour photo taken for their camp photo albums. This is followed by a lovely banquet complete with elegant drinking glasses and waiters in bow ties. Upon completion of the meal the music changes and everyone moves out to the dance floor where the girls and their counselors dance and laugh together!

 

Donations for Princess Dinners:

*Formal dresses for sizes: Girls 6-14; Misses 6-16; Woman’s 18-24
*Dress shoes
Costume Jewelry
Special hair bows & accessories
Scarves, wraps, tiaras, and other girly accessories

 

*Please keep in mind that our young ladies feel most beautiful in current fashions, please no bridesmaid’s dresses from the 90’s.

“One of my campers was precious little girl with bright red curly hair that she was self-conscious about. When I told her she had beautiful hair, She would brush it off and say ‘No, I’m not pretty.” It was so awesome at the princess dinner, we persuaded her to let her hair done she saw herself in the mirror and her face lit up. She told me on the last day of camp the things she learned this week was that she’s beautiful and that her hair could be beautiful too."- Rebecca

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