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It is our mission to invest in the lives of campers. We keep tuition cost per camper low to stay affordable to families and depend on the generosity of those who share our mission.
Huron Forest Camp CedarRidge is a registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to Huron Forest Camp CedarRidge are tax-deductible.
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"As a camper the focus on God and outdoor skills forwarded my Christian walk and personal goals and abilities. Serving as staff taught me the value of a job well done, having a good attitude, and looking to the interests of others rather than myself."
"I've enjoyed seeing camp grow and change and being a part of something that's real and bigger than myself. Even now more than ten years after the last time I was on the property, I still connect with friends I made there. Even if I never get back, it's comforting knowing that it's there."
Since 1941, we've encouraged campers to grow closer to Christ, explore new experiences, and form lasting friendships.
Camp CedarRidge is not supported by a denomination. We are dependent upon the support of our generous donors.
It is our mission to invest in the lives of campers, facilitating personal and spiritual growth. We keep tuition cost per camper low to stay affordable to families.
100% of donations apply to camper tuition.
Michael Rauch's visionary leadership is infused with Christ-likeness and displayed by his kindness, wisdom, and compassion. Michael understands how to coach, lead, and guide, helping his staff achieve remarkable outcomes.
An extraordinary relationship builder, he is responsible for crafting a meaningful ministry experience for both campers and staff.
Like many non-profit summer camps, Camp CedarRidge depends on the generosity of donors to cover Michael's salary.
Chelsey Dankert has a personal motto: Inspire, motivate, and encourage others to experience God's presence.
She works collaboratively with staff all year long, building strong relationships and facilitating excellence.
Chelsey is a creative and enthusiastic role model of God's truth, serving as Assistant Director and in Program Development.
Like many non-profit summer camps, Camp CedarRidge depends on the generosity of donors to cover Chelsey's salary.