"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: New Castle, IN
Spend the last day of 2019 with your Victory Lane community! We'll gather at the new Fierce Fun Center for bouncing and other activities. Pizza and drinks will be provided. We ask that each family bring $5 per jumper (maximum of $20 per family) to help with cost.Learn More
Location: Cornerstone Campground, New Castle
Join the VLC Community for chili and lots more!Learn More
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 Frederick’s 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
The Men of Victory Lane Speak Out
Posted on: October 22, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
When it comes to serving in a camp session with Victory Lane, the men within a family often face apprehension, unsure of what they will experience while attending camp. By breaking through this apprehension, however, positive changes take place. What starts out as an opportunity to serve others often leads to growth within these men and their families.full story
Victory Lane Qualifies for Special Giving Opportunity
Posted on: October 16, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
Since 2015, Victory Lane has celebrated children with different abilities and surrounded their families with a loving, supportive environment complete with trained volunteers. Hosting multiple summer camp sessions, Victory Lane goes beyond one-time inclusion experiences and fosters lifelong relationships.full story
Chili Cook-off Tradition Returns
Posted on: September 26, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
As the weather begins to cool down, that can only mean one thing… Victory Lane Chili Cook-off! This event is put on each year to reconnect families and provide the opportunity for others to learn about the community. For this year’s cook-off there will be an exclusive group of judges and a costume contest.full story
Beauty in the Unique- Saje’s Story
Posted on: August 12, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
Confusion, fear, heartbreak… these are just some of the emotions Sandra felt watching her young daughter Saje lying on the hospital bed. Sandra recalls seeing Saje’s legs quiver from the testing and manipulation, feeling unsure of what the future would hold. The doctor quickly diagnosed Saje with cerebral palsy, and an uphill battle began, complete with doctor visits and therapy appointments.full story