If you were around Hume anytime between 1994 and 2012, there’s a good chance you’ve encountered Cliff and April Carey. The summer of 1994 brought Cliff to Hume to work in Fox’s Den, now known simply as Day Camp. The next 18 years Cliff spent time working in church relations, Ponderosa, International Ministries, as Youth […]

Alumni Spotlight: Cliff & April Carey

The Carey Family

A Simple Phone Greeting

January 1, 2015

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Dorm Dedication at Hume New England

January 1, 2015

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A game-changer for the ministry in New England By Lenny Harris, Program Director A Historic Event It’s those final few curves on the drive into camp where you catch your first glimpse of the lake. A rush of memories of past visits and a growing anticipation of what this trip may hold brings a smile […]

Behind the Scenes: Snow, Ice & Winter Fun

January 1, 2015

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You’ll be surprised at what it takes to handle winter at Hume! By Mike Drake, Sr. Director of Development Hume Staff are Working Hard this Winter The winter season brings snow each year to the Hume basin. We depend on snow for next summer’s lake and streams as well as for snowy-fun, which every winter […]

What is a Donor Advised Fund?

January 1, 2015


Looking for great tax benefits from your giving? By David Harrison, Director of Gift & Estate Planning A Way to Encourage Multi Generational Generosity There has been recent press about Donor Advised Funds (“DAF”) and many large investment companies have entered the market. A DAF is a fund created to receive donations from a person […]

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