Your family desires to feel love and acceptance.
At Victory Lane, families with a heart to understand are trained to support your family.
How does a Victory Lane camp experience help your family find the lifelong supportive friendships you deserve?
Create connections through conversations with people who understand your family’s dynamics.
Enjoy a 5-day family camping experience where every activity can be adapted to include your child with special needs.
Build community that supports each other long after the weekend is over.
“I made more friends at camp than I have in the 10 years I’ve been alive.” -Liam, Victory Kid
Victory Lane has been connecting kids with life-long friends since 2013
It takes just three easy steps to connect your family to a community that cares.
Clear the dates on your family’s calendar. We want your entire family at every minute of a camp session so you don’t miss any of the fun.
Camp costs $600 for your entire family (2 adults and 3 children). If you would like to take advantage of fundraising options, call Tiffanny at 765-591-4191.
Complete your family’s application and pay the $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve your family’s spot at camp.
We know the pain and loneliness that raising a child with special needs can create.
Victory Lane has been connecting families of children with special needs to life-long family friends since 2013.
Wednesday, June 17—
Sunday, June 21, 2020
(75 W County Road 500 S., New Castle, IN 47362)
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Sunday, June 12, 2020
(5040 Sate Road 67 N., Martinsville, IN 46151)
Beauty in the Unique– Saje’s Story
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.
Fast-forward several years… Saje is a bright and active eleven-year-old. She is a talented artist and enjoys coloring, drawing, and playing with sidewalk chalk. She also has an athletic side and loves kicking a soccer ball around the backyard. When she’s not outdoors, she can be found with her nose in a book, quickly absorbing the pages.
What sets Saje apart is that she performs these activities while using walking assistive devices. Her balance is a bit wobbly at times, but she doesn’t let that stop her. Saje’s determination is one of her strongest qualities.
“We’ve never been to a camp for her disability,” Sandra explained. “It’s really nice that everyone here gets it. Everyone here understands. Many times, we will be in a pub-lic place and people stare or walk right in her way… not here. Everyone is so welcoming and helpful.”
Victory Lane’s summer session is a time when families can feel welcomed and loved, but most importantly- included. Sandra and Saje felt this inclusion immensely during their week at camp. Next summer they are really looking forward to returning and connecting with the friends they made.
“Saje has a disability- but things like this make us feel so, so blessed,” Sandra expressed. “What Victory Lane does for kids is wonderful.”