The Brainy Camps Association invites you to join the effort to support our camps.
Whether it is helping a family in need, updating our campsite, or donating in-kind gifts, your contribution will make a difference in the lives of the children who need it most.

Levels of Giving

Friends of Brainy Camps


Bronze Sponsor

$150 (1 day of camp)

Silver Sponsor

$600 (4 days of camp)

Gold Sponsor

$1000 (1 week of camp)

Platinum Sponsor

$5000 (1 week of camp for a bunk of 5)


A gift from the heart


Help Send a Child or Teen to Camp

Brainy Camps provides life-changing experiences that are exciting and empowering. Our camps offer different sessions of summer fun and social connections. Campers participate and choose from a myriad list of activities including team sports, hiking, arts & crafts, pottery, canoeing, fishing, a challenge course, archery, camp Olympics, swimming, yoga, and drama. This year, we have many more activities to offer. From horseback riding to go-cart driving to trampoline jumping, our campers will be having non-stop fun from morning to night.  Additionally, support groups and educational programs promote knowledge, skill development and social connections.


Get Yourself Involved

We rely heavily on the generosity of our loyal and compassionate supporters. We invite you to join the Brainy Camps family and help us provide this unforgettable experience to as many children as possible.

In addition to financial support, interested individuals can get involved by helping parents to complete the on-line forms, participating in fundraising events or organizing an event, helping to coordinate and/or provide transportation, assisting with pre-camp preparation, and reaching out to companies to secure donations and/or supplies. There also may be some opportunities available during the weeks of camp.

Please e-mail Sandy at [email protected] or Susan at [email protected] to discuss ways to help.


Help Improve Our Campsite

We have moved to a new campsite in High View, WV.  It is beautiful and overflowing with activities for our campers to enjoy.  But we need to  make it our home.  We need to update and refurbish the medical suite to accomodate the needs of our campers and to make it possible to serve a more diverse medically compromised population.  We need to build handicap-accessible cabins so our camp can serve additional conditions and more children.