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Happy New Year! – 2020 Vision In Review

By January 2, 2019May 27th, 2019No Comments

HAPPY NEW YEAR! | As we wrap up 2018 and celebrate the start of 2019 we want to take some time to highlight just some of the contributions that people have made to the 20/20 Vision Capital Campaign. We launched the campaign a little over a year ago and we are SO proud and thankful for everyone who have contributed, you are truly making a difference! There is only 364 days until our goal year 2020! Wow! Check out some of the past contributions below and see how YOU can help!

Sacred Heart Parish & Packers – St. John-Sacred Heart Parish from Sherwood, WI has partnered with us to work at various concession stands at every home Packer Game. The Packers use all concession stands during home games as a way for a variety of local charities and non-profits to raise money. Summer camp counselor, Jackie Probst, has an aunt who organizes volunteers and other logistics for St. John’s. Last year, Jackie, thinking that Camp Daniel is always in need of fundraising, decided to talk to her aunt to arrange for our volunteers to work under St. John. They agreed to an ongoing partnership. St. John’s graciously gives all of our volunteers all of the money they “earn” at each game, while they handle all of the responsibilities connected to running a stand.

Katrina & Change for Change – Katrina Counter, a summer camp counselor, partnered with her high school, Xavier Catholic School to host the competition “change for change.” All funds raised went toward the 20/20 Vision.

Erin & 141 Speedway 50/50 Raffle – Intern Erin gathered a group of friends to sell 50/50 tickets at 141 Speedway during a race. They had so much fun while raising funds for the 20/20 Vision.

Amanda & Shining Stars Daycare Bakesale – Amanda, a camper with down syndrome, works at Shining Stars Daycare in Hobart, WI. Always the advocate for Camp Daniel, Amanda knew just what to say when the teachers at the daycare wanted to find a way to show the children concrete ways of helping others in their community. She suggested doing a bake sale with the proceeds to benefit Camp Daniel. In no time, they had employees, a few parents, and volunteers like Judy (Amanda’s mom), signed up to donate baked goods at Shining Stars two locations. On November 14, the Suamico and Hobart locations both held one-day bake sales, all funds going toward the 20/20 Vision.

Kitt & Christmas Tea – Kitt and a crew from Faith Presbyterian Church put on a very nice Christmas tea for the Crivitz community to raise funds for the 20/20 Vision. They rented out the town hall, decorated it beautifully, had tea, sweet treats, waiters, and a silent auction. The event was very successful.

Entrepreneur Class at Xavier Catholic School – Xavier Sophomores applied what they had learned in their entrepreneur class to help Camp Daniel raise funds for the 20/20 Vision. The girls spent their weekend cutting, sewing, stuffing, glueing, and packaging “reading buddies.” The buddies were sold to the Xavier elementary students. All funds went toward to the 20/20 Vision. #Xavierdifferance

Emily & Ellie Etsy Shop – Emily, summer camp counselor and past intern, set up a booth with Camp Daniel information at a Down Syndrome Awareness Walk and sold handmade goods from her Etsy Shop with the proceeds going to the 20/20 Vision.

Amelia & Farmers Market Singing – Amelia, a summer camp kid and future counselor, wanted to help Camp Daniel raise funds. During weekly Farmers Markets in Green Bay, she grabbed her guitar and sang songs on the street for tips. All funds went toward to the 20/20 Vision.

Faith Presbyterian Church Women’s Association & Salad Luncheon – The Crivitz Women’s Association hosted a salad luncheon at the church to raise funds for the 20/20 Vision.

Emma & Heartland Pizza Co – Summer camp counselor, Emma Lehman, connected to the restaurant, Heartland Pizza Company, who donated a percentage of their revenue on a Tuesday to Camp Daniel’s 20/20 Vision.

Trinity Lutheran Rantoul & Coffee Hour – Intern Erin worked with her church, Trinity Lutheran Rantoul, to host a coffee hour on a Sunday and Wednesday after church. They served coffee, ice cream sundays, and donuts to raise funds for the 20/20 Vision.

Facebook Birthday Fundraisers – SO many individuals have participated in Facebook birthday fundraisers benefiting Camp Daniel. This is such a simple and easy way to help raise funds. Visit….

Donor/Foundation/Grant Connections – One of the biggest ways to contribute to the 20/20 Vision is helping us make connections with potential donors, grants and large foundations. Thank you to everyone who has already connected us!

Work Groups – We have had multiple work groups raise funds for construction projects and then come out to the campus for a few days to help with the physical construction. Getting us one step closer to finishing the Vision!

Individual donations – We have had so many individuals donate their hard earned money to Camp Daniel’s 20/20 Vision. Donations ranging from $5 to $200,000. Every single penny counts and helps us get one step closer.

What can YOU do within the next year to contribute to Camp Daniel’s 20/20 Vision Capital Campaign? We hope these stories inspired you to possibly contribute in the year 2019 however you see fit! Want to make an impact but need some ideas? Check out this list of ideas:

1. Host an event/fundraise – Raise money on behalf of Camp Daniel by hosting an fundraising event in your town. We will work directly with you with marketing, answering any questions and working through any and all details. Example events: run, brat fry, banquet, bowl-a-thon, church event, etc. Contact if you have any questions.

2. Become a fundraiser – Raise money on behalf of Camp Daniel and solicite donations from your friends and family on Facebook. Facebook has made it simple for you to raise funds quickly, easily & at no cost to you. All of the money gets sent automatically to Camp Daniel so you don’t have to worry about the financial details! Getting started is easy and it only takes a few minutes to create your Online Fundraising Page: Visit to get started.

3. Connections – Help us make connections with potential donors, grants and foundations. If you know anyone who could potentially be a donor please connect us. We are always willing to meet, give tours, fill out application etc. We simply need the connection. Contact with any connections.

4. Donate monthly – Monthly donations are a great way to give. Every penny counts so donate whatever you can afford! Remember 60% of the donors fall in the “under $1000″ bracket! Visit

THANK YOU to everyone who has gotten us this far! We are so thankful and appreciate to everyone who has contributed, supported and prayed for Camp Daniel. Visit to learn more about the 20/20 Vision Capital Campaign.

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