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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.

Kitchen Expansion

God is moving, and we would like to invite you to be part of what He is doing at Camp Homewood. We are excited about the future of Camp Homewood, and we are working hard to increase our capacity to reach more children, youth, and families with the gospel. From 2015 to 2019 our summer registrations increased by 20% and off-season usage increased by 15%, but the need to increase the size of our kitchen goes back much longer. The current facility was built in 1979, and although it was a blessing 42 years ago, it is now grossly undersized, poorly equipped, and both staff and the facility are stretched to the limit. A recent bequest of $186,000; a lead gift of $100,000; pledges of $235,000 and a matching grant from the Pattison Foundation of $200,000 mean that God is making it possible for us to seize the opportunity presented by the pandemic to undertake this invasive project while camp is operating far below capacity. Read More

The Homestead Renovation

The Homestead dates back to 1949 and was the first Camp Homewood building to be built at the main Harbour camp. In other words, it’s OLD! Over the years several additions and improvements have been made to the Homestead and it is an important asset for housing summer staff. Click on the link below to learn more about two major Homestead improvement initiatives – one of which has already been completed! Read More

Dining Hall Floor Refinishing

The “new” dining room was built in 2004 and the hardwood floor was showing the results of almost two decades of heavy use. The pandemic pause provided the perfect opportunity to completely clear out the dining room, sand the floor smooth again and refinish it. Thanks to Ken and Deb Beselt, who supplied days of elbow grease to prep and refinish the floor, which looks stunning after this much needed renewal! Read More