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Camp No Limits 2016 Recap!

CNL Maryland 2016

Our 2016 season just wrapped and we most definitely went out with a bang! Camp No Limits hosted 10 successful camps nationwide once again this year. We began our year in Florida and recently finished our camp tour in Maryland with our largest attendance in camp history! Over 250 people joined us to close the season. During 2016 we served over 800 campers (camper and accompanying family members) and over 375 volunteers! Additionally, 81% of our families received full or partial scholarship thanks to our very generous donors.

Camp wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for our amazing group of dedicated download-2volunteers. A huge thanks goes out to all the volunteers who joined us this season. You’ve impacted so many lives and we are forever grateful for your incredible contributions! We hope you’ll join us to do all the fun again in 2017!

Camp No Limits was also fortunate to have many wonderful sponsors and individual donors once again. Your contributions have helped to make camp possible for hundreds of campers and their family members. We’re so grateful and appreciative for all you do for our campers and their families. Your support has helped us grow and continue our mission to empower, educate and support those with limb loss and their families! Thank you!

“These campers and their families are the epitome of perseverance and believing in “no limits.” And the passion from the volunteers is nothing like I’ve ever seen. You are all truly amazing. The lessons I have learned personally and professionally will stay with me always and be used in daily life.” — Ronni Martin, CNL Volunteer

As we close out 2016, we look forward to our 2017 season with our hearts full and our eyes focused on growth and continued success. Applications for our 2017 season open today! As camp dates are confirmed, these will be updated on our website. We hope you’ll join us!


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  • Gracie Alonzo

    April 12, 2017 at 3:26 pm · Reply

    I would like more info on the camps.. Live in Cameron Texas and my son has a upper limb difference and would like to attend a camp

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