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April Monthly Volunteer Day

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Join us from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM for our Monthly Volunteer Day! Activities vary by month. Most activities take place outside, so please dress appropriately for the weather. To ... Read more

May Monthly Volunteer Day

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Join us from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM for our Monthly Volunteer Day! Activities vary by month. Most activities take place outside, so please dress appropriately for the weather. To ... Read more

Retreat and Refresh Stroke Camp

The mission of Retreat & Refresh Stroke Camp is to improve the quality of life for stroke survivors, caregivers, and their families.

Camp CADI

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Camp CADI fosters and promotes healing for girls ages 7 to 17 years old who have been sexually abused.

Camp Victory

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Camp Victory is a camp for children who have cancer and their siblings and caregivers.

Cole’s Kids Service Camp

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Cole’s Kids Service Camp is a camp for children who will be entering 2nd-7th grades in the summer of 2022. At Cole’s Kids Service Camp, campers learn how to have hearts and hands of service while participating in traditional camp activities, such as fishing, swimming, playing games, riding horses, and making friends.  

Camp KEMO

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Camp KEMO is a weeklong summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings.

Camp Rise Above Session 1

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Camp Rise Above Session 1 is for children with Tourette’s, heart and kidney disease, autism, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, cancer, and autism. 

Camp Rise Above Session 2

Camp Cole 1571 Crossing Creek Road, Eastover, South Carolina

Camp Rise Above Session 2 is for children with spina-bifida, craniofacial differences, and Down syndrome.