serving the special needs community of arizona
Camp Tatiyee works to enrich the lives of individuals with special needs by providing a life-changing summer camp experience that promotes emotional health, independence, self-esteem, and confidence, entirely free-of-charge.
Richard Page, President
Construction Contractor, HVAC
Kathleen King, Immediate Past President
College Professor- Nau School of Hotel & Restaurant Management
Bill Menard, Vice President
Carolyn Stewart, Vice President
Nan Rutkowski, Secretary
Medical Administrative Secretary and Transcriptionist-Retired
Sherman McCutcheon, Treasurer
Hans Groot, Director
Steve Ravenkamp, Director
Certified Golf Course Superintendent-Retired
John Bliss, Director
Brian Woloshin, Director
dedicated to the community
Camp Tatiyee is the only organization in Arizona that provides individuals with special needs the opportunity to spend a week away from home in the White Mountains, enjoying activities, and meeting new friends, entirely free-of-charge.
Campers have the opportunity to participate in a wide array of programs including hiking, fishing, swimming, go-karting, art, archery, recreation, nature exploration, cooking, the mud pit, a talent show, dances, and campfires.
designed for your camper
Camp Tatiyee was designed to meet the needs of your camper, complete with fully-paved ADA compliant facilities, onsite certified nurses, infirmary, and dedicated staff trained to provide 24-hour care.
Facilities consist of four dormitories that can sleep up to 125 campers, a dining hall with fully-equipped kitchen, recreation hall with theatrical stage, indoor heated pool, art room, outdoor ramada, nature trails, fishing pond, infirmary, baseball field, basketball court, and a sensory therapy room.
supported by the community
Camp Tatiyee is a 501(c)3 nonprofit operating on donations from individuals, the Lions Clubs of Arizona, businesses, corporate sponsors, and grants.
You can make a gift today, support a camper in need, and get a tax credit.