HOW DO I REGISTER MY CHILD FOR CAMP?
Go to the registration page by clicking on the home page. We require you to do online registration for your child. If you have any struggles online, please call or text us, we will be more than happy to help.
WILL MY CHILD BE PROVIDED TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE CAMP?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, if you need to make transportation arrangements for your child. We will do our best to assist.
HOW DO I PAY FOR CAMP OR MAKE A DONATION?
We accept checks or money orders payable to Deafquake, PO Box 6569, Talladega, AL 35161. OR pay at check-in on July 10, 2023. Also, Deafquake is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Your financial contributions may be tax-deductible. If you need assistance, contact Nathan Burleson at email@example.com
WHAT SHOULD MY CHILD BRING TO CAMP?
Click on Packing List. It will give you two lists. The first list is things campers will need to bring to camp. The second list is things campers cannot bring to camp.
WILL THE CAMP PROVIDE SNACKS AND DRINKS FOR MY CHILD?
Yes, we will provide snacks and drinks to all campers. The snack and drinks are donated by churches, ministries, and organizations. If you wish to donate snacks or drinks for camp, contact Crystal Huffman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHO CAN GO camping?
Deaf / Hard of Hearing and Child of a Deaf Adult
They will be fully exposed to the Deaf culture. American Sign Language (ASL) is the primary method of communication.
CAN A 12-YEAR-OLD CAMPER ENTER A TEEN CAMP OR A 13-YEAR-OLD CAMPER STAY IN A CHILDREN'S CAMP?
Camp Administration Team reserves the right to place a camper (12 or 13 years old) in a children's camp or teen camp based on maturity and/or education level after discussing with parents/guardians.
HOW CAN MY CHILD RECEIVE FINANCIAL SUPPORT?
Contact Nathan Burleson