Our Youth Ambassador Jessica Halligan traveled to Poperinge for the Toc H Centenary in December 2015. While she was there, she kept a diary of just what she got up to.
These past school holidays Toc H leaders once again gathered with 30 children in tow at their campsite in Victor Harbor. Each of the children got to become a wizard for the weekend with many wizarding and supernatural themed activities.
This year our annual Summer Camp received a huge number of campers, so we had a lot of planning to do to make sure that we could keep almost 50 expected campers busy for 5 days!
We entertained 20 kids in need of a holiday aged 7-10 years old on our Spring Camp (3-5 October) with 7 leaders helping out. We did lots of exciting activities and enjoyed some warm weather!
Once again, the Toc H Camping Program has had a successful weekend at our Victor Harbor site! Our Winter Camp hosted 19 children, with a great bunch of leaders!
We’re happy to once again report on a successful camp at Victor Harbor. This year, we were lucky to have 14 leaders and 16 children brave the weather, and come along to our Autumn Camp. We arrived at campsite, and spent some time getting to know each other, before heading outside to enjoy some lunch […]
At the end of 2014, the Toc H Camping Program turned 80 years old! As always, we held our annual Summer Camp (27-31 December) for children in need. We were expecting 38 children, but unfortunately a few didn’t show up on the day and we ended up with 31 children aged 7 to 12 years […]
Wow, what a weekend! We took 23 children in need down to the campsite over the Labour Day long weekend and gave them a well deserved break. We had some children who spent years travelling from refugee camp to refugee camp, some children from Kangaroo Island and lots of other children who have experienced hardship […]
We recently took 15 children in need aged seven to ten years old down to Victor Harbor for our Autumn Camp (25-27 April).
We’re pleased to report on another successful camp – our 2013 Summer Camp disadvantaged children aged seven to eleven years old. We had thirty-eight children and eleven leaders for five days (27-31 December) at the Toc H Campsite in Victor Harbor.