Camp Merrie-Woode is owned and operated by the Merrie-Woode Foundation, Inc., which purchased the camp in 1978. The Merrie-Woode Foundation Board of Trustees is comprised of a dedicated group of alumnae, parents, and supporters who work with the Executive Directors, Jim and Denice Dunn.
The Merrie-Woode Foundation, Inc. was established as a 501 (c) 3, non-profit educational institution with the sole purpose of operating Camp Merrie-Woode. As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit institution, the Merrie-Woode Foundation, Inc. relies on the generous support of the Merrie-Woode family. All contributions to the Merrie-Woode Foundation are fully tax deductible within the limits of the Internal Revenue Code.
CMW 2019 Annual Report
CMW 2018 Annual Report – Centennial Edition
CMW Strategic Plan
In the spring of 2012, the Merrie-Woode Board of Trustees adopted a Strategic Plan to inspire and guide the Directors, Board, and Staff over the next five years. The CMW Strategic Plan focuses on seven important elements that are critical to the continued success of Camp Merrie-Woode: enrollment, traditions, programming, land and facilities, staff and leadership, financial resources, and technology. The objectives of this Strategic Plan are fully consistent with Merrie-Woode’s mission and vision.
View the published CMW Strategic Plan below!
“For you girls belong to Merrie-Woode and Merrie-Woode belongs to you…”