P.O. Box 1253 Melbourne, FL 32903 info@hopeofbrevard.com 321.474.0966 - Fax: 321.575.0799

Camp Hope fills a need for low income families in transition to have a safe place for their kids during school breaks, so they can work and not be fired for taking too much time off.  Here's what they said about the program. (READ MORE

We would like to continue this service to our clients, but need your help.  Grants only covered a portion of the cost of this program. We need your help.

Please give generously.

We offered a Winter, Spring Break and Summer session for the 2017-2018 school year.

 2018-2019 dates to be announced later in the year! 


Camp Hope works to broaden the children's world view.  

While at Florida Institute of Technology's Botanical Garden, one child looked around in wonder: 

"So this is a college.  What is a college for??"

Help CAMP HOPE Continue

This Camp would not have been possible without the support of  grants and generous community partners.

While we look forward to next season,  it can't happen without funding.  Community of Hope is actively seeking grants, corporate partnerships, and funding opportunities for next year. We want to be able to provide the best possible learning and experiential opportunities for the kids who participate, and for that, we need you!

Please consider donating, or getting your business involved, to keep this program going for many years to come.


Camp Hope Partners 2017-2018

We were blessed with many generous partners this year.  Our thanks to the following organizations who contributed to the success of the program:
  • Brevard County Schools/University Park Elementary,
  • KinderKonsulting,
  • The Children’s Hunger Project
  • Several individual donors to whom we are very grateful!
Thank you everyone!
How it Began

CAMP HOPE’S inaugural season began the first week of January, 2018. It was developed to provide enriching activities for children experiencing homelessness while also helping relieve the pressure their families experience maintaining employment and balancing child care needs while school aged children are not in school. 

As CAMP HOPE has developed, we've opened registration to all families wishing to participate in this fun and exciting program, believing that all children benefit from the opportunity to interact with others their age while exploring the world around them- and beyond!

This past year, we focused on themes of growth, cultures around the world, and teamwork. There were many different trips, including ones to the Orlando Science Center, Fort Christmas, Forever Florida, Brevard Zoo, and (for our Winter Session) ICE! at Gaylord Palms for an indoor "Around the World" adventure.