The Captain Douglas DiCenzo Camp Fund
The Captain Douglas DiCenzo Camp Fund was established in 2007 to help send kids to camps. The Fund is in memory of Captain Douglas DiCenzo, a West Point graduate and Plymouth, NH native who was killed in action while serving his country during the war with Iraq.
In its first year of existence, Doug's Camp Fund sent 26 kids to different camps and supported programs that touched more than 2,000 students. Their adventures can be seen in our Camp Fund photo album.
In 2018, more than 150 children went to camp thanks to the Power of Doug!
Campers from the 2018 class attended the following programs:
- White Mountain Ranch
- Barton Center for Diabetes Education
- Offense-Defense Camp
- PRHS - American Presidents Class
- Circle Program
- White Mountain Camps
- Clarion University Wrestling Camp
- KAT Company
- CTY / JHU
- Holderness Recreation
- PSU Young Writers
- North East Cheer Camp
- Girl Scouts of the Green & White Mountains
- Soccer Goals
- Evergreen Gymnast
- Camp Quinnebarg
- Plymouth Park & Rec
- PSU Basketball Camp
- Boy Scouts of America
Parents and their children are encouraged to apply for assistance from the Fund. Letters of inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis. If you have any questions, please refer to our Camp Fund Application FAQ page.