DUWI Special Projects Fund Supports
Wisconsin Badger Camp
Wisconsin Badger Camp announces it is the recipient of a $3,000 grant from the DUWI Special Projects Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin. The grant will be used to provide financial assistance for individuals with developmental disabilities from Lafayette County that will attend Wisconsin Badger Camp this summer.
Located 10 miles south of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin Badger Camp is a private, non-profit organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities by providing quality and challenging outdoor recreational experiences. Wisconsin Badger Camp accepts campers regardless of age, severity of a disability, geographical location, or financial situation. Wisconsin Badger Camp relies on the generosity of organizations like DUWI Special Projects Fund and the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, as Badger Camp does not receive any state or federal funding.
The DUWI Special Projects Funds responded to the needs Wisconsin Badger Camp and will allow all of Badger Camp’s Lafayette County campers the opportunity to come to a week of summer camp. Because of the DUWI fund, campers will be able to experience a week-long stay at camp and participate in activities like camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, dancing and much more!
For more information about how you can impact your community, contact Linda Gebhardt at 608-328-4060 or visit the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, 1-800-995-2379, or visit our website at www.cfsw.org. The Community Foundation serves nine Wisconsin Counties including: Crawford, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Rock, Sauk, Vernon, and Walworth counties.
To learn more about Wisconsin Badger Camp, obtain a summer camp application, or inquire about volunteer and donation opportunities, please call (608) 348-9689 or visit www.badgercamp.org.