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Camp Homewood depends on the generous gifts of thoughtful donors to fulfill its mission. Please partner with us in the exciting work Homewood is doing with children and families.

The Pacific Coast Children's Mission (PCCM) has been a registered B.C. charity since 1944. PCCM owns and operates Camp Homewood. Cheques can be made out to either "Camp Homewood" or to "PCCM".

Homewood will issue receipts for tax purposes for donations of $20 and more.

Receipts for all donations made using CanadaHelps must be printed by the donor. Homewood doesn't issue those receipts.

Funds & Bursaries

Special Projects

Homewood takes on Special Projects so it can continue to serve this generation and the next.
Your gift will provide the tools and materials needed to get the job done by staff and volunteers.

Waterfront Completion

Over the past 3 years, the board, staff, and hundreds of volunteers have been working hard to ‘re-set the jewel’ we call Homewood. People like you have given their time and money to make special projects happen so boys like Dawson, James & Tyler can hear about Jesus Christ in a safe, fun-filled setting. There is much to celebrate! If our waterfront is the crown jewel of camp, it’s not far-fetched to say we are in danger of losing the ‘diamond’ because the setting has become worn and tired. Read More

Washroom Upgrades

The transformation has begun! This spring we completed the first of 13 washroom renovations that are required around camp! Read More

Canvas Platform Tents & Mattress Replacement

Spring 2019 we replaced a total of 7 tents between our Harbour and Woodsman locations, and they look great! Our goal is to have the rest of the tents replaced before Summer 2020! On top of that, our mattresses have been heavily used for decades. They were thin to begin with, but they have broken down and no longer provide much in the way of comfort. They don’t just look worn and ragged - they are! And those are our good ones... the Woodsman mattresses are truest horrible! It is time for us to get rid of the old Woodsman mattresses and the worst of the Harbour matts Read More