April 16, LITTLE ROCK, AR – Ozark Mission Project (OMP), a nonprofit ministry that brings youth groups to camp sites across the state each summer to serve individuals and families in Arkansas, announces free virtual camp, OMP Connect, for youth who have completed 4th-12th grades.
After announcing the suspension of their summer camps, OMP stated it would be offering a virtual camp experience for any youth who have completed the 4th-12th grades. This virtual camp is free for anyone who wishes to participate.
“While we are devastated to make the decision to suspend our in-person camps this summer, this was the best decision for our campers, volunteers, and neighbors,” said Bailey Faulkner, Executive Director. “As an organization, OMP connects people across the state and across generations. While we won’t be holding in-person programming this summer, we will still be able to connect with one another through our virtual summer camp, OMP Connect. We want to do our part in caring for our community during this time, so OMP is offering this program for free to those who are interested.”
The deadline to register for OMP Connect is May 18th. For additional information, questions, or to register for OMP Connect, visit www.ozarkmissionproject.org or call 501-664-3232.
About Ozark Mission Project:
Ozark Mission Project began in 1986 with a vision to be a Christ-led mission opportunity and offers a diverse cultural experience that equips youth to make a global difference. Over 2,000 youth and young adults volunteer their time at OMP camps each year. Ozark Mission Project volunteers complete minor home repair and construction projects for low-income families in Arkansas.