The Cause

A porting of event proceeds will be donated to:



The Realm of Caring is a local based 501(c)3 that focuses on bringing musical

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experiences to children. Money raised this year will go directly towards building a free mini camp for underpriveleged children at State Bridge.

All Hands Volunteers is a US-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that provides hands-on assistance to survivors of natural disasters around the world, with maximum impact and minimum bureaucracy.

By supporting volunteers with housing, meals, tools, and organized work at no charge we are able to provide free and effective response services to communities in need. Our programs are directed by the needs of each community in which we work, ensuring a timely, relevant, and culturally sensitive response.

Campout for the Cause founder Scotty Stoughton traveled to Leogane Haiti to volunteer for ALL HANDS following the devastating Earthquake of 2010. “I was totally impressed by the large numbers of volunteers from all around the world coming together for a common cause. Young and old and from all corners of the globe and walks of life, these people volunteer their time to live to very primitive conditions, work 6 days a week for 8 hours a day, have very minimal comforts but give 100% to those who are in need. ALL HANDS quite simple gets things done on the ground with almost no bureaucracy and red tape. Very touching, very real, very positive!” – Scotty

All hands current projects include assessment in the Midwest of the United States for tornado assistance and Project Cagayan de Oro, typhoon response, Philippines.