CAMP Rehoboth seeks to promote community well-being on all levels; to foster the development of community groups; to develop community space; to promote human and civil rights; to work against prejudice and discrimination; to lessen tensions among the community at large; and to help foster the economic growth of the area. We work toward these ends through activities such as the following:
Visit our large multi-purpose Elkins-Archibald Atrium, kitchen, additional restrooms and workspace as well as our popular CAMP Rehoboth Community Center Courtyard.
CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Contributions to CAMP Rehoboth are considered charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes and may be deducted to the fullest extent of the law.