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Tremont Bridge

Ready, Set, 2015!

Our 2014 session was awesome! Thanks to all of our volunteers, donors, parents, and of course campers for making this our best year yet!

We’ll let you know as soon as we have the dates set for our 2015 session.

To keep us going from year to year we rely heavily on donations. Getting started on fundraising early helps us keep registration costs low, send campers with financial need to camp, and provide supplies for programs.

You (and/or anyone else you know) can donate by clicking the yellow ‘Donate’ button at the top of the page or by visiting Camp Quest’s website.

Thanks for all of your support!

Brace Yourselves: Camp is Coming!

Camp is just a few days away! We have an awesome week of swimming, hiking, sciencing, singing, playing, and many other -ings!

If you’re a parent, please drop your camper(s) off between 1:30-3:00 PM EST on Sunday, July 27. For more information check out the Parent Information booklet emailed to you or on the CQSM Families facebook page.

We’re excited and hope your kids are too!

IndieGoGo Campership Campaign

Help us raise funds for camperships!

Click here to go to our page and donate.

Camp Quest Smoky Mountains is a freethinking/humanist summer camp. We want to make this camp available to all those campers who have applied, regardless of their family’s financial situation. When a family isn’t able to pay the full camper fee, we try to offer them financial aid in the form of a campership. This year we’ve received more requests for financial aid than we have in previous years. In order to ensure we have enough available funds to meet demand, we’re asking you for your help!

As a nonprofit, our organization relies heavily on donations in order to meet the financial needs that aren’t covered by camp registration fees. All donations are tax-deductible!

Jonas Holdeman Steps Down

After many great years serving as Camp Director, Jonas Holdeman has stepped down to pursue personal interests. His contributions have been invaluable to the growth and success of CQSM. When Jonas became involved with CQSM, we were a small camp of a dozen and with his help we have grown to over 50 campers. His donations have funded exciting new activities and given the campers experiences they would not have had otherwise. From fishing lessons to science experiments, Jonas has provided the campers with fun and educational activities.

Throughout his time with CQSM, Jonas worked tirelessly to bring in new campers and volunteers. He often visited local groups to promote CQSM and helped spread the word about Camp Quest around Tennessee and surrounding states. As a camp, we cannot thank him enough and wish him well in future endeavors.