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Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp's Legacy Fund with the IHS foundation is a permanently restricted fund that has been established so every kid can go to camp.

IMAGINE: When this fund value reaches $5 Million, then 5,000 kids can attend camp nearly FOR FREE, and that's just over the next ten years. IMAGINE your impact in a generation.

Secure - Revenue generated by the legacy fund is used to provide partial or full camp scholarships so kids continue to be safe, challenged, and loved while they experience the amazing love of Jesus at Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp

Responsible - Our values of Christ, Community, and Conservation extend to our investments, and the IHS Foundation is committed to "Biblically responsible prudent investment management."

Sustainable - Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp requests distributions that are significant enough to make a difference while still allowing the fund to grow.

Versatile - Donation types may include stock or bonds, cash, real estate, retirement assets or insurance.

Leave your legacy. To contribute, send your check to:

    ATTN: Legacy Fund

    4654 Pleasant Hill Road

    Perrysville, OH 44864

If you have questions about the specifics of legacy gifts, we welcome you to contact our office for a personal converstaion at 419-938-3715. 

In 2017, Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp requested a disbursement of $2200 from the fund, providing fourteen kids with a camp experience that they would otherwise not have been able to afford. Every year, as the fund allows, Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp will release funds to give this transformative experience to as many kids as possible.

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"...wonderful camp experience!"

"Thank you so much for giving my son a wonderful camp experience! This was Josh's first resident camp. I was looking for a positive and nurturing setting with kids his own age and I definitely found it in Pleasant Hill. He will definitely be back next year. Thanks again."