"There are people out there who do care and do want to help. There is hope." Taby W.
"It’s an atmosphere of acceptance and love and fun and encouragement." Amy M.
“I loved finding fellowship and building community” Kristina C.
Gathering together is a key element in the Victory Lane Camp community. Stop by one of our community events.
Location: Cornerstone Campground in New Castle, IN
2020 summer camp sessions are canceled.Learn More
Location: Victory Lane Office, 1912 Bundy Ave, New Castle, IN
This event has been postponed until further notice.Learn More
Victory Lane Creates Community in Facebook Group
Posted on: May 19, 2020 By: Morgan Weaver
Even though Victory Lane’s summer camp sessions are cancelled, creating connections is still vital. You, our generous donors who invest in Victory Lane, are instrumental to helping staff and volunteers continue to build relationships in the midst of challenging circumstances.full story
Help Families Form Friendships at Victory Lane
Posted on: March 20, 2020 By: Morgan Weaver
The gracious donations made to Victory Lane help many families have an experience like no other. Kelly Cox knew her family needed to attend Victory Lane, especially after hearing her friends reminisce on the wonderful time they had. Unsure of what to expect, she kept her focus on the family aspect of the week. Knowing her family could participate in the camp together kept her at ease.full story
Become a Victory Partner with Victory Lane
Posted on: February 11, 2020 By: Morgan Weaver
As a parent, Chrissy McComas wanted to reinforce to her children the value of being a friend to everyone. She taught them that even if they are the only one standing up, they need to stand up for what is right. Victory Lane gave her the opportunity to continue to stress the importance of this to her children.full story
Liam’s Memory Shines On
Posted on: January 2, 2020 By: Morgan Weaver
The moment Jon and Katie received news they were having a baby boy, they couldn’t wait to hold him in their arms. When doctors informed them that their son, Liam, would be born with Down syndrome they were unsure what that would mean for him. They didn’t expect it to mean they would be holding him ten weeks early, weighing only 2 pounds 4 ounces. No matter his size, they cherished every moment they had with Liam.full story
Hanson Family Finds Community Within Victory Lane
Posted on: December 12, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
Prior to Victory Lane becoming a community that celebrates children with different abilities, it was simply a dream. A dream Christopher and Shelly Hanson never knew they would benefit so greatly from. When they were blessed with their son Truman, they noticed he had a personality unique from other kids his age. As Truman grew older, he was diagnosed with autism. The diagnoses led to immense curiosity of what his future would hold.full story
The Fredericks’ First Time to Serve
Posted on: November 26, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
Aaron and Emily Fredrick live fairly hectic lifestyles. Aaron spends his days as an Occupational Therapist at 321Go Kids, while Emily works as a payroll clerk for a staffing agency. In addition to their busy work schedules, the Fredricks are also very involved with their church. When asked if they wanted to help with Victory Lane and attend the Bradford Woods camp session, they were unsure if they had the time and availability.full story