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Many ways to

Support Skyline

Please consider all the ways on this page that you might be able to support Skyline; and if you've thought of something we haven't, please let us know!

 

Skyline survives and thrives by the generosity of your support.

 

Camperships

Every year Skyline makes camp possible through your support, for more than 100 campers.  

 

Every year, this means we need to raise in excess of $50,000.  This is the very core of our decades-strong tradition.

 

Read more about Camperships.

Planned Giving &

Memorials

Planned giving is a powerful way to create a gift that continues to give.

 

Please consult the "Giving that Gives Back" resource for more information on some of the ways that planned giving can benefit you while also supporting Skyline.

As Skyline is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, general donations -- or project-specific donations -- are tax deductible.

 

Donations can be made to Skyline,

1669 West Maple Rd

Birmingham, MI 48009

 

or online, by credit card, here:

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Volunteering

We have occasional planned work days, but are always looking for help in every imaginable way. Be in touch with Shana Henry, shana@campskyline.org

Just by shopping at Amazon.com or Kroger, you can support Skyline. Click on the links below to see how to enact this simple support.

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Please contact a member of Skyline's Board of Directors, or Executive Director, if you'd like to discuss planned giving and/or memorial gifts.

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Wish List / In-kind

We're always on the lookout for various items, new, used, loaned. Please consult the list here.

Skyline has benefitted from the creativity of Scouts and Guides in a number of ways, most notably through major projects in pursuit of the rank of Eagle Scout or the attainment of the Gold Award.

 

For example:

 

- Mark Walters, fire pit and totem poles

 

- Trevor Maylen, fitness trail

 

- Steve Krebs, fire pit and benches (at Labyrinth)

 

- Alex Walker, split-rail fencing at Skyline's entrance

 

- Sarah McCormick, spirituality/meditation centers (2008)

 

- John Jevahirian, new benches and fire pit (at High on a Rise) (2009)

 

- Nick Jevahirian, pond pavilion (2011)

 

- Phil Vallelunga, picnic tables (regular and acessible) (2012)

 

- Robert Jevahirian, new dock in the pnd (2014)

 

If you have details of the years, or of other projects, and photos, please pass them along so we can document these great projects at Skyline. My apologies if I've omitted any - please let me know: matt@campskyline.org

Eagle Scouts, Guide Gold Award projects

Nick Jevahirian's project coming to life.

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If you are donating in memory of someone, or for a specific project , please call 248-644-2043 to guide us with your donation.