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workcampNE, Inc., Litchfield, New Hampshire

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Address: 189 Charles Bancroft Hwy
Litchfield, New Hampshire  03052  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 600
Number of People Being Served: 70
EIN: 20-8615778
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Mission Statement


Impacting Lives for Christ

Description


The camp is open to all students entering the 6th grade, college-aged students and adult volunteers. workcampNE exists to provide assistance in the way of minor home repairs to the elderly, disabled and under-resourced. Campers provide all the labor and workcampNE provides all the materials and tools at NO cost to the homeowner. Our volunteers will repair/replace: windows, doors, siding, wheel-chair ramps and shallow pitched roofs. We will scrape and paint and even sheet rock a room. We aim to make life more safe and comfortable for the resident. One of our main objectives is to allow people the chance to remain in their own homes long after they are capable of handling repairs themselves. Students can expect at camp: (1) A time to serve those in need and show the love of Christ in a very tangible way; such as painting, reroofing or building- providing valuable home maintenance to the resident that they cannot do themselves. (2) An opportunity to deepen your faith by tying in the day's service with a meaningful time of worship. The evening service is exciting - with themes and dramas; singing praises with our band and being led by a gifted speaker who will challenge you to examine your relationship with God. (3) Fellowshipping with a large group of fellow Christians who all desire the same outcome for the week! You will grow in faith and make many new friends from all over the country

The camp is open to all students entering the 6th grade, college-aged students and adult volunteers. workcampNE exists to provide assistance in the way of minor home repairs to the elderly, disabled and under-resourced. Campers provide all the labor and workcampNE provides all the materials and tools at NO cost to the homeowner. Our volunteers will repair/replace: windows, doors, siding, wheel-chair ramps and shallow pitched roofs. We will scrape and paint and even sheet rock a room. We aim to make life more safe and comfortable for the resident. One of our main objectives is to allow people the chance to remain in their own homes long after they are capable of handling repairs themselves. Students can expect at camp: (1) A time to serve those in need and show the love of Christ in a very tangible way; such as painting, reroofing or building- providing valuable home maintenance to the resident that they cannot do themselves. (2) An opportunity to deepen your faith by tying in the day's service with a meaningful time of worship. The evening service is exciting - with themes and dramas; singing praises with our band and being led by a gifted speaker who will challenge you to examine your relationship with God. (3) Fellowshipping with a large group of fellow Christians who all desire the same outcome for the week! You will grow in faith and make many new friends from all over the country

Mission Statement: Impacting Lives for Christ

Denominational Affiliations


Evangelical


Local Affiliation



Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No