For more than 50 years, Camp Easterseals Nebraska has offered campers life-changing opportunities to develop independence and skills, healthy relationships, and increased self-esteem.
Camp Easterseals Nebraska has leased facilities for too long that cannot fully accommodate wheelchairs or other mobility and medical needs, but we have the opportunity to create an unmatched experience for people with disabilities in Nebraska and beyond. The entire camp will be constructed in a way that is fully accessible to everyone without the barriers of a typical camp environment.
With your support, we can build an environment that welcomes everyone, fosters growth and skill development, and leaves a lasting legacy for generations of campers to come.
Camp Easterseals Nebraska is the only overnight recreational camp in the state that accepts everyone, regardless of ability or age, and comprehensively broadens inclusion to serve campers with physical, cognitive, sensory, mental, and learning disabilities.
At Camp Easterseals Nebraska, accessibility is a priority — not an afterthought or a box to be checked. From the moment campers pass through the entrance, all elements of Camp Easterseals Nebraska are designed to build skills, confidence, and relationships without any barriers. Explore a few of the many features that will make this the most accessible camp in our state.
We invite you to invest in a vision that will improve the well-being of children and adults who are often overlooked. Together, we can build a place in Blair, Nebraska, that sets a nationwide precedent for ensuring all people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to live, learn, work, and play.
Naming rights are available for Camp Easterseals Nebraska buildings and programming. To discuss this opportunity, contact Lisa Bradley at email@example.com.
Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) and Easterseals Nebraska is an alliance dedicated to enhancing the health and lives of those we serve. We work in tandem to foster a community where everyone can access the care and support they need to thrive — no matter someone’s age, income or ability. With merged operations and resources, both organizations can bring greater impact to those within the communities we serve.