Since September 1, 2008, Camp New Hope, Inc. has been accepting donations from outside sources. Camp New Hope is a 501C-3 (non profit tax deductible) organization. Camp New Hope offers families of children with life threatening medical conditions,  a week at the camp (in the beautiful mountains of NC on the New River) for up to 10 family members at no charge. We provide everything, food and fun for the entire week.

If you would like to become a part of the Camp New Hope family, you may do so by making a donation and mailing your contribution to the address below or donate online by clicking on the Donate Now button above. If you have any questions concerning your donation, please do not hesitate to call the camp director (Randy Brown) at 704-796-6641. Together, we can change a child’s life and together we can help make them smile.

Thank you and God Bless You.

Randy S. Brown, Camp Director
Camp New Hope
P.O.Box 154
Glendale Springs, NC 28629

We would like to thank those who have helped support the camp:


  1. Debra Speas says:

    Hi guys, I just moved to Ashe County, am newly retired and looking for a place to volunteer.

    I am a social worker who loves outdoors, and children. Although new to area I am the coordinator for the marines toys for tots program in west Jefferson.

    Can you use my services?

  2. Randy Brown says:

    We can always use help. Come by and take a look at the camp whenever you can and you can make the decision as to how you would like to help.

    My cell is 704-796-6641


  3. Debra Speas says:

    When is best time to come by?

  4. Surgical Services Medical Center Barbour says:

    Sending our prayers and condolences to the Dulkiewicz family, hoping Jonathan is smiling down from heaven, happy that we gave a donation to his favorite place. Camp New Hope.

    With sympathy,
    Surigical Services Staff
    Medical Center Barbour

  5. Tom Stoffel says:

    Elizabeth “Beth” Horne had a special place in her heart as a supporter of Camp New Hope, and now we do as well. Please accept our donation in her memory, with sincere condolences to the Horne Family.

    – The team at CHR Solutions

  6. Steve Nash says:

    I was intrigued with a gentleman yesterday while in a waiting room at the Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston Salem. My daughter suffers from a condition called gastroparesis, and she was undergoing a procedure to help with the stimulation of her stomach. This gentleman looked so much like Santa Claus that I jokingly approached him and verbally began to give him my Christmas wish list. He smiled and told me that I was on his “naughty” list, any then he reached into his shirt pocket and handed me his business card. In short, this gentleman really is Santa! His website is and he supports Camp New Hope. I am sending a donation to CNH today.

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