"Hello my name is Amberlynn. I have Cerebral Palsy. In 2008 I went to CAMP WAMP for the first time and I had the time of my life! Camp Wamp is home to me because at camp no one judged anyone. I went back until I aged out at 18 years old And I was sad because l realized that Wamping days were over. In 2014 my mom got a call from Jenny asking if I wanted to go back to Wamp. I had no clue that it was really happening. I went back to camp. While we were on a hike Steve told about his camp Wamp experiences and he and his wife Elizabeth told everyone to come talk to them about anything. So I talked to them about what I could do for a job by myself and we came up with a list of jobs. The next day I went back to them I said the list was good but I was more capable of something better than taking movie tickets. A couple of months after camp, we had a meeting. So we had meeting a couple months after camp in Sacramento about my ideas. The Wamplers have changed my life." ~ Amberlynn
"I firmly believe that what Stephen and his family have created in the Sierra is a unique and rich experience for disabled youth that they are entirely responsible for creating, and I am proud to support the Wampler Foundation in any way I can." ~ Marilyn Rees
"Dear Camp Wamp, 8/16/2018
Thank you so much for making me feel comfortable at camp. I really like Amy and Danica! Curtis, Mary Beth and Steve Wamp . I really liked to go in the canoe. Going to camp showed me I have wonderful things to offer people who don’t know me and I have to teach them about my disability . I will come back there every year, that is how much I appreciate you and what you are doing.
STEPHEN J WAMPLER FOUNDATION
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