Why Renovate Now?
Although Double H opened 25 years ago, some of the buildings are in significant need of improvements and haven’t been updated since their original construction in 1970. In order to continue with its intended mission, Double H is planning a major renovation unanimously backed by its Board of Directors, and is raising funds to ensure the buildings are more accessible and able to provide accommodations for medical staff, medically fragile children, families, counselors, and volunteers in a safe and comforting environment.
The Double H cabins (Beaver, Eagle, and Raccoon) are outdated, and in order to meet the current codes and regulatory requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, updates must be made.
Renovations would provide updated and comfortable housing not only for the campers and their families, but also for the counselors and medical volunteers who donate their time to help at Double H.
Seriously ill campers at Double H receive around-the-clock medical care. The construction and restoration of these buildings will not only enhance their experience at the Ranch, but ensure their comfort and enjoyment for an opportunity of a lifetime.