Instead of spending money on going out, plan for a Shiloh style night in and donate.
Support our camper scholarship fund so we can continue to give campers a view of the stars! Your gift keeps camp free for all campers. Donate and we will send you the recipe for indoor Shiloh fun including indoor S'MORES, crazy BINGO and dance playlists.
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CAMP SHILOH GIVES NYC KIDS access to summer camp
Camp Shiloh gives campers a safe place to gain confidence through new experiences, friendships and outdoor adventures.
Swimming, cooking, archery, art and nature are a few of the interactive activity classes that equip campers with tools that build transformative hope in their lives.
To learn about the Camp experience visit our FAQ.
Give towards our 2019 Camp goal
All donations are tax deductible. Checks can be made payable to "Shiloh" and mailed to 48 E 80th Street, New York, NY 10075
"I love everything about Celebration. After camp I sing the songs all year. It reminds me of God and being happy."
NYC is loud. Conversations get interrupted by the sounds of sirens, trains, and construction. At Camp campers get to hear examples of God's love from the lives of staff members, and the lyrics of worship songs during Celebration, Camp Shiloh's time of praise and worship.
"I was afraid to climb to the top, but my counselor encouraged me to keep going. I learned to conquer my fears at camp."
The skyline of trees and a climbing tower is a shift from the high rises that cover NYC's landscape. Camp Shiloh's climbing tower, zip line, and ropes courses give campers a place to learn to trust themselves to source their resilience.
"The activities were so fun at camp I didn't miss being inside playing video games."
Camp Shiloh is 90 miles from NYC, but a huge change in scenery, and the first experience in nature for many of our campers. Hiking, picking wild blueberries, S'MORES over campfires and camp out night are a few of the ways campers interact in nature (internet free!).
"Seeing the stars when we were camping out was a big moment for me. I saw God in a new way, and I was connected to God."
In NYC there are too many lights to see a single star. At Camp Shiloh stargazing gives campers a glimpse of the expansive creation we are all a part of.