Donation Wish List

Our staff are always dreaming of resources that will help us to more effectively carry out our mission. Unfortunately, Covenant Point’s budget doesn’t always allow for those resources. Below you will see a list of items that would benefit our ministry – might you be able to help meet a specific need like one of these? Contact us directly for details, or simply click on the donate button below each item to contribute a portion or the entire cost.  Once a project reaches its funding goal, it will be purchased or completed. Please check back with us to see pictures of these fruits of generosity from our supporters.

View a list of completed wish list donations

View Blog Posts of us using our Wish List items HERE

Thanks for your support!

Camper Scholarship Fund  – $75

Total Amount = Ongoing

“In 2015, Covenant Point disbursed $45,000 in financial aid to campers who otherwise would have never been able to experience the life-change that a week of camp can provide. This was almost $20,000 more than we’ve ever given before, and I’m convinced that through these resources, we were able to carry out our mission in a uniquely important, God-honoring, way to children and adolescents who have staggering needs. Help us continue to be able to reach out with God’s love to the poorest in our communities by giving a gift of financial aid.”

Requested by Erik Strom, Executive Director 

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Utility Golf Cart – $5,000 ($4100 Raised, Thank You!)

For those of you who know Kevin Johnson, Covenant Point’s Operations Manager, you know that his work covers all areas of maintenance to keep camp running smoothly. On any given day, you might find Kevin plowing, building, fixing, cleaning, or changing some part of camp’s grounds, equipment, buildings, or vehicles. The job is huge, and it would help a great deal to have a dedicated maintenance utility golf cart to move tools and equipment efficiently from location to location.

Requested by Erik Strom, Executive Director and Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager






 

 

XL Broom Ball Helmets (12) –  $699.90 (75% Raised)

Broom Ball is a very popular winter activity around camp.  To keep players safe we have been using Medium and Large Bauer helmets.  These helmets work great for our junior and senior high campers.  But when the Men’s retreat rolls around, the helmets are too snug for our adult broom ball players.  We are looking to purchase a 5 blue and 5 red extra-large Bauer helmets to help keep our broom ball games safe.

Requested by Erik Strom, Executive Director 

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Hobie Cat Mast Float – $176.00 x 2 = $352 (0% Raised)

A favorite activity of the summer has been sailing most free-times with this summer’s sailing director, Chad. On high wind days, this is especially exciting! The Hobie mast float displaces 59 pounds of water and gives sailors the time needed to right the boat without the worry of going turtle (mast straight down). We’d love to add one to each if our two Hobie 16s.

  

Requested by Dustin Johnson, Program Manager

and Chad Nelson, Sailing Director and Photographer

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  2-Rung Aluminum Ladder Jacks – $60.00 X 2 = $120.00 (0% Raised)

Often we’re leaned up against a building making repairs or staining, and safely reaching all areas of our buildings is a challenge due to uneven terrain. Ladder Jacks will allow us to use our extension ladders and walk between them with a plank. These would reduce the challenge for our staff and keep us safe while off the ground working.

Qualcraft 2-Rung Aluminum Ladder Jack

Requested by Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager



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500 lb 16′ capacity scaffolding plank – $310.00 (0% Raised)

This scaffolding Plank would allow us to work 16 foot distances at a time thus reducing the amount of up and down travel that ladders require. This combined with ladder jacks or scaffolding allow our staff to reach challenging areas while staining around the Dining Hall, Tabernacle and many other buildings.

Werner 14 in. x 16 ft. Stage with 500 lb. Load Capacity

Requested by Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager



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Impact Wrench – $60.00 X 2 = $110.00 (0% Raised)

This air impact gun will allow me to remove  tire rims and install them quickly when repairs or tire rotations are needed on one of our many vehicles or trailers. If you’ve ever experienced a summer at camp… you know that vehicle maintenance issues should always be anticipated!  

Husky 1/2 in. 800 ft. lbs. Impact Wrench

Requested by Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager



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Air Compressor – $400.00 (0% Raised)

I use our air compressor daily, that is no joke! Airing up a low tire on a car or blowing off the sawdust on a chain saw. Furnace filters, vacuum cleaners that are in need of some attention, bike tires, tubes, etc. They help us keep clean and steward our equipment well.  We have one but are in need of another larger compressor. This one will be stored in the new maintenance garage affording us better opportunities to service vehicles in-house!

Husky 30 Gal. 155 psi Ultra-Quiet Portable Electric Air Compressor

Requested by Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager



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Steel Shelves – $200.00 X 3 = $600.00 (0% Raised)

These shelves will begin to  provide adequate storage for camp’s maintenance equipment in our new pole barn.  It’s a wild ride keeping track of all that we have in an organized manner. I feel these these shelves will be very helpful as we make the transition from one garage to another, sorting through inventory and organizing our supplies.

Husky 77 in. W x 78 in. H x 24 in. D Steel Garage Storage Shelving Unit

Requested by Kevin Johnson, Operations Manager



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