A Word from the Executive Director

A Christian camp experience can be a parent’s most powerful tool, outside of the home, for effective mentoringinstilling confidence, positive self-esteem, and Christian character in their child. I, along with each and every CDF Board member, know this first hand and seek to make this experience possible for boys who could not, on their own, otherwise afford this.

Camp Rockmont has been the ideal setting for the CDF to realize its mission. Please visit their website, www.rockmont.com, and join us as we endeavor together to extend this unique and life altering experience to a population of boys who will benefit tremendously from it. Every gift is tax deductible, appreciated and maximizedwe are an organization made up entirely of volunteers. 

Thank you!

R. David Bruce
Executive Director
Camp Diversity Foundation

Camp Rockmont

Since, 2008, Camp Rockmont in Black Mountain, NC has served as the host camp for Adventure Week.  Camp Rockmont “partners” with organizations that currently work with “at risk” or underprivileged boys in cities throughout the Southeast (ie., Boys Clubs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, etc). They work together to identify boys who qualify for a CDF scholarship and work directly with the respective organizations and the boys families to make all the arrangements to attend “Adventure Week” or a Classic 2 week session. The Camp Diversity Foundation then provides the necessary funding for those boys to attend camp.


Each day begins with “Morning Watch”—a time to share a daily thought and how to apply it to our day. Songs and skits are a fun part of this special time.

Throughout the day, caring Christian staff serve as positive role models for the many challenges and opportunities of the day.

Each day ends with a devotion in the cabin. Counselors share scripture and the group discusses how God’s word may be applied in our lives.

Camp Rockmont is an ACA Accredited Camp with first rate camping facilities.


Camp Rockmont will provide cabin staff at a minimum 4:1 camper to staff ratio.

Campers stay in a group of clean, rustic cabins close to all activity sites.

Cabin staff are Christian men who are 18 years or older and have completed at least 1 year of college. All staff go through extensive training each summer and undergo background checks.


Well trained and experienced staff will lead activities that may include but are not limited to: aquatics, camping, canoeing, climbing, crafts, fishing, group games, homesteading, mountain biking, nature, riding, rocketry, target sports and team sports.


Food is good and plentiful…no one goes hungry while at Camp Rockmont!  Special dietary needs will be considered.  


Our top priority is the physical, emotional, and spiritual health and safety of campers while in our care. Rockmont has an on-site Health Center staffed by nurses 24 hours a day. Asheville, a recognized medical community of excellence, is only 15 miles away.

All campers are covered under a health and accident insurance policy while at Camp Rockmont.


  • Rise & Shine
    7:30 AM
    Can’t wait to get this day going!
  • Breakfast
    8:00 AM


  • Morning Watch
    8:45 AM

    I’m now ready to make the most of this day.

  • Cabin Clean-up
    9:15 AM
    Many hands make easy the work.
  • 1st Activity
    9:45 AM
    How do I decide? We will help you choose.
  • 2nd Activity
    11:00 AM
    More fun!
  • End of Morning Activities
    12:15 PM
    Don’t worry…more to come.
  • Lunch
    12:30 PM
  • Rest
    1:15 PM
    Get energized for the afternoon.
  • 3rd Activity
    2:00 PM
  • Snack
    3:15 PM
  • 4th Activity
    3:45 PM
  • 5th Activity
    5:00 PM
    How much fun can one have in a day?
  • End of afternoon activities
    6:15 PM
    But not the end of the day’s fun!
  • Supper
    6:30 PM
  • Evening Activity
    7:15 PM
    Movies, entertainers, campfires, special games
  • Showers
    8:30 PM
    All that fun and a guy needs to get clean again.
  • Cabin devotions
    9:00 PM
    Thank you, God, for an incredible day!
  • Lights out
    9:30 PM
    Lots of good things to dream about.

The Camp Diversity Foundation invites you to share the rewards of camp with well deserving young men. Your contributions are tax-deductible.