Annual Taster's Fest, "Sips, Samples, & Songs" Sept 23, 2017
The 11th Annual Taster's Fest, Anderson Wood's biggest yearly fundraiser, titled "Sips, Samples, & Songs" will take place Saturday, September 23, 2017 at the Riverwalk in Jasper, IN. Come join us to enjoy live music, wine tasting from area wineries, delicious food samples from local restaurants, pumpkin painting, a silent auction, and a beer garden! All the money (100%) raised directly benefits Anderson Woods. Check back shortly for more details on this great event supporting a great cause!
Thanks for a Great Summer!
Thanks to all who helped to make Summer 2017 to make it the best yet! Between the wonderful campers, new and old, our fantastic staff, our many gracious donors and volunteer work groups, this most recent summer was very special and rewarding for all involved. If you missed out on an opportunity to be a part of Summer 2017, we hope you can join us in 2018, but availability is limited. Because we receive applications for more campers than we are able to accommodate, we encourage everyone to submit applications early. In addition to accepting camper applications, we are always looking for hardworking, responsible young men and women to serve as paid and volunteer staff members. Whether attending as a camper or serving as a staff member, time spent at Anderson Woods offers a rewarding and unforgettable camp experience! For more information on coming as a camper or joining us as a staff member please visit our camp page. For information on supporting Anderson Woods Summer Camp through your financial support or your time, visit our contribution page.
About Anderson Woods
Nestled along its namesake, the Anderson River in rural Southern Indiana, Anderson Woods was founded in 1978, and is a private, not-for-profit corporation chartered to provide summer camp experiences, as well as other services, for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The founders of Anderson Woods, Judy and David Colby, shared a vision of providing an experience that would foster self-esteem and empower these Special Ones to fulfill the potential within. From 3 campers sleeping in tents the first summer, our camp, which spans 176 acres in Perry County, now welcomes hundreds of campers of all ages and disabilities who sleep in four cabins each summer. Our aim is to provide self-confidence, dignity, and choices to persons with disabilities who, too often, are given none. It is with much humility and hope that we walk forward to serve these Special Ones.