Camp Graham is a great place for youth to learn skills that prepare them to lead into the future. The unique setting helps youth develop valuable skills such as self-confidence, leadership, decision making, communication, cooperation and respect for others...just to name a few. These life skills are taught while participating in nature sessions, navigating a canoe with a new friend, concentrating on a team building challenge and even bunking in a cabin. Over 1,800 youth grow from these experiences each year.
4-H Camp Graham is located on 70 acres of rolling woodlands along the Todd's Fork in southwestern Ohio. The goal of Camp Graham is to provide a safe, rustic woodland environment where youth develop life skills through hands-on educational programs, while making friendships that last a lifetime. 4-H members from Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Montgomery and Warren Counties call Camp Graham their home away from home every summer.
As a result of COVID-19 and the restrictions that have been put in place, Ohio 4-H has made the very difficult decision to suspend 4-H camps this summer; therefore, 4-H’ers will not be allowed to camp until after August 31st. While we are saddened by this news, we fully support the decision to keep our youth safe because the health of our campers, staff and volunteers are our highest priority. However, this decision has impacted our camps financially and will make it difficult to maintain or retain our camps.
Camp Graham needs your help until we can welcome our youth back in the summer of 2021. Over the years, Camp Graham has positively impacted thousands of campers. Now is your opportunity to give back to Camp Graham by helping us reach our goal of raising $20,000.