MAC AIM Camp (2016)

MAC AIM Camp (2016)

There’s no argument from African’s as to whether there’s a God. Where there can be a breakdown is understanding Him as their personal Savior.  At a camp like this we get to work with young people and share with, and show them, the deep love of God that Christ has for them, and to encourage them to come into a personal walk with Him.  – John Brown

At MAC Camps we do not operate our own facilities but instead use safe, well-equipped camp facilities that are accessible to major centres across Canada where Africans and refugees have settled.

We focus on developing tomorrow’s leaders:

  • By helping our campers connect with each other and the out-of-doors
  • By ensuring that our staff understand that every camper is the most important reason we are at camp, and is deserving of our care and attention wherever we are – day or night
  • By making the camp experience FUN and meaningful
  • By giving campers the opportunity to observe and learn from gifted, mature mentors (counselors, staff and special speakers)