#Fellowship4ALL


#Fellowship4All is a strategic initiative to open-wide the ministry of Fellowship Camp and Conference Center as we seek to enhance our ministry by providing top-tier programs and facilities with a focus on affordability and accessability for the communities we serve.

Our #Fellowship4All project will focus on three main areas:

Capital Planning & Improvements

  1. Undertaking critical upgrades and repair of existing buildings and infrastructure

  2. Developing new program areas while actively managing property and resources

  3. Visioning and planning for future growth with a focus on accessibility

Program Partnerships & Enhancements

  1. Strengthening our program offerings for year-round and summer programming

  2. Developing new program initiatives with a focus on serving campers and guests with physical and developmental challenges

Sustainability - Now & Into the Future

  1. Enhancing our long-term sustainability through financial best-practices, including building endowment and reserve funds

  2. Implementing and increasing Eco-Conscious practices into programming and operations

  3. Creating opportunities that insure Fellowship is financially accessible to all in our community to maximize community impact


Capital Planning & Improvements
As stewards of a nearly 140-acre property on Lake Greenwood with over 15 buildings and programmatic areas, we must maintain a pro-active approach to maintenance, repair, replacement, and development.

Goals for 2019 & Beyond

  • Repair swimming dock, improve accessibility for mobility impaired

  • Repair boat dock, improve accessibility for mobility impaired

  • Repair and expand septic systems at dining hall and summer bathhouse

  • Replace showers in lodging with handicap (roll-in) accessible showers

  • Cut firebreaks, creating a 4+ mile nature exploration and walking trail

  • Build an outdoor classroom, rustic camping and observation areas

  • Road resurfacing, paving of parking at water front, and sidewalk rehab
    (including erosion mitigation and water-flow management)

  • Obtain handicap-accessible boat for use in programs

  • Development of a plan for low- and hi- ropes course

  • Plan for long-term replacement of Summer Bathhouse Facility

Program Partnerships and Enhancements
Program and people are the heart of our ministry. In 2019 and beyond, we will seek to increase our programmatic offerings by engaging in strategic partnerships with churches, schools and community groups that make #Fellowship4All a reality!

Goals for 2019 & Beyond

  • Develop strategic partnerships with schools (public, private, home schools) to implement environmental, leadership and other field-based education experiences.

  • Develop strategic partnerships with special needs advocacy groups (Laurens County Disability and Special Needs Board, Burton Center, etc.) to provide residential and day programs for clients.

  • Acquire equipment for traditional camping, traveling day camp and year round programs

    • ski boat and other equipment to develop aquatics program

    • archery equipment (NASP)

    • stand-up paddle boards (6-8)

  • Purchase adaptive equipment for use with individuals and groups needing accommodations

  • Enhance our existing arts and crafts program by focusing on “Makers-Space,” pottery, woodworking, and other specialty crafts

    • Acquire pottery kiln, throwing wheels, etc.

    • Acquire lathe and other woodworking tools

Sustainability - Now and Into the Future
As a 501(c)3 non-profit, our mission is to provide programs and services to our community that make connections for better living, stronger communities and personal and spiritual growth and development. Our goal for 2019 includes planning for long-term sustainability in several facets of sustainable operations, including ecological, financial, and community impact.

Goals for 2019 & Beyond

  • Continue growth of funds development strategies to support program while also growing reserves

  • Grow the Fraser Endowment by $25,000

  • Plan for acquisition and development of property critical to the camp’s mission

  • Create funded “Campership” Program to assist with financial accessibility for individuals

  • Create funded “Group-Grant” Program to assist with financial accessibility for groups