A: Our camper population will include children with typically developing needs, those with mild to moderate neurodevelopmental disabilities, those from socio-economically challenged environments, and from military families.
A: Camp Southern Ground will also be a host facility for special interest groups, as well as weekend retreats for parents and families of special needs children. Other plans include using camp facilities for corporate retreats, conferences, and special events, which will generate sustainable revenue for camp operations.
A: Initially, donations are being invested in the design and construction build-out of the camp site and facility. Many of the planning and construction costs are being paid for by donations from third party partners. After the construction is completed, donations will be targeted towards providing programming for campers, as well as endowing the camp for years to come. Donations toward camper scholarships are dedicated to this purpose.
A: No, none of Zac’s children or immediate family members have neurological disorders; however, many of his closest friends and extended family have faced these issues.