Help Blind Kids Take the Stage and Leave a Lasting Legacy in the Heart of Napa

Montage of campers playing musical instruments

Exciting changes are afoot at Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind, and we’re hoping you will help us move more indoor programming into the glorious outdoors, under the magnificent redwoods.

In partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Napa, the LightHouse has been constructing a stage and terraced seating in the natural bowl of the redwood grove right next to the rustic cabins where boys and girls have slept for sixty years. For the first time Enchanted Hills Camp will be able to take its music, plays and skits outside – all kinds of fun that for years could only take place in a Spartan indoor room.

With a contribution, you can have your name, or the name of someone you love, imprinted on a plaque which will forever be affixed to the seating we will be building for this miniature theater. The new construction is stunning, both acoustically and visually. But we need your help to complete it!

Below are links to our donation page where you can designate your donation in the following ways:

For a donation of $1,000
We will permanently remember those close to you on one of our Premier Benches. These benches are closest to the stage.

For a donation of $500
W
e will permanently remember those close to you on one of our General Benches.

Note: Please email us at lhnews@lighthouse-sf.org with your 60-character plaque dedication wording.

Or just donate any amount to the Redwood Grove Bench Fund.


Watch this video and be inspired by the magic of Enchanted Hills Camp.

Enchanted Hills offers experiences like none other for blind or low vision campers. Chances to try new things, be creative, experience the power of nature and have chances to shine! The confidence and self-esteem that campers gain is priceless and makes a lasting impact in their lives. And you have an opportunity to be a part of it, create a legacy, and help blind kids take the stage.

Your gift today will make it possible for generations of visually impaired and blind campers to challenge themselves, share their talents and show off a little to new friends, family and the wider blind community.

P.S. Over the years, 25,000 blind campers and their families have enjoyed our unique camp, the first in the west dedicated to blindness. Won’t you take a moment to enrich the experiences of the next 25,000 campers?