The Giving Tree

Please join others in building a bridge. It is not a real bridge, but just as important. This bridge will help countless economically disadvantaged boys make it to the other side. The Camp Diversity Foundation is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit; gifts given are fully tax-deductible.

You know the value of a session at Rockmont and experiencing Christian community. It is why, for years now, Alumni have wanted to see the gates of Rockmont open to a more economically depressed population.

The CRAA (Camp Rockmont Alumni Association), through the Camp Diversity Foundation (CDF), has now made this happen. Since 2008, "Adventure Week" at Rockmont has been life changing for boys who could not otherwise attend.

Please give a tax deductible gift to help us with this bridge. Consider a Giving Tree gift as well as becoming a HAYMaker. Help us to get "the least of these" to Rockmont!

The King will reply, "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."

Matthew 25:40

HAYMaker

$100/year

Pledge a gift of $100 every year to CDF until you otherwise direct.

Forest

$10,000+

Sponsors a whole lot of happy campers!

Tree

$5,000 – $9,999

Sponsors an entire cabin.

Root

$2,500 – $4,999

Sponsors half a cabin.

Trunk

$1,000 – $2,499

Sponsors a camper.

Branch

$500 – $999

Sponsors half a camper.

Leaf

$1 – $499

Goes toward the sponsorship of a camper.

Taylor Scholarship Fund

Donations honor Rockmont legends "King" Henry Taylor and Mur Taylor. The Taylors have been invaluable in advancing the mission of Rockmont since its inception in 1955, including the founding of the Camp Diversity Foundation.

Countless campers and staff have benefited from King and Mur's influence. Help us to honor them through donating a one-time gift or a yearly gift to the CDF.

Ritchie Miller Scholarship Fund

Ritchie Miller served on the Rockmont staff from 1998-2004. On Friday, May 12th, Ritchie unexpectedly died in Washington, D.C. at the young age of 41 and we are broken-hearted about his passing. Ritchie first worked as a Counselor and then served as a Tribal Director before becoming the Bear Camp Director. He spent his last summer at camp on the A-Team. Ritchie had a wonderful combination of humility, compassion, humor, leadership, and charisma and he was beloved at Rockmont. He was a loyal friend and will be remembered for his infectious smile and loveable nature.

Please help honor Ritchie's memory by donating a one-time gift or a yearly gift to the Camp Diversity Foundation. Take some time to view the Memorial and Slideshow for Ritchie.

Annual Total Goal: $100,000

Camp Diversity Foundation
8 White Palmer Court
Biltmore Lake, NC 28715
Camp Rockmont
375 Lake Eden Rd
Black Mountain, NC 28711