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The Floyd Rogers Diabetic Foundation

The Floyd Rogers Foundation was established to ensure the future of Camp Floyd Rogers. The Floyd Rogers Foundation's mission is to shape the lives of children living with diabetes by financing Camp Floyd Rogers through fundraising efforts. The foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization run by a board of individuals committed to supporting camp. The foundation primarily works to raise the funds necessary to run camp, provide camp scholarships, and support camp activities. The foundation operates year around raising funds and providing organizational structure outside the week of camp.

The Foundation's role in fundraising would not be possible without you. Please consider a gift to sponsor a child, support activities, or contribute to our active scholarship (campership) fund. With your donation, you are making a difference for children living with Type 1 Diabetes. All donations are tax deductible. Donate online by clicking on the MAKE A DONATION image or by sending a check to the address below:



Floyd Rogers Diabetic Foundation
PO BOX 541058
Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 915-3616
board@campfloydrogers.com

The Floyd Rogers Diabetic Foundation board consists of:

Erin Hoffman, President. Erin served 10 years as a camp counselor and only stopped her run as a counselor to have a family. She has returned to support the camp as a board member. Her mission is to extend the opportunities that camp provides to children with Type 1 Diabetes for generations to come.

Greg Penny, Vice President. Dr. Penny has served as the Camp Floyd Rogers medial director for over a decade.

Ashley Moore, Treasurer. Ashley Moore is a Certified Public Accountant who is inspired by the mission of the organization.

Mike German, Secretary. Mike German has served on the camp medical staff for over 30 years. Camp Floyd Rogers is a passion with the German family. Despite not being touched by Type 1 diabetes, Mike, his wife and two children have combined for nearly 50 years of service as members of Camp Floyd Rogers staff.

Rich Hoffman, Member at Large and Webmaster. Rich is a Camp Floyd Rogers success story. He first attended Camp Floyd Rogers in third grade where he gave his first shot by himself at camp. He attended camp yearly as a camper until graduation at which time he became a counselor for an additional 12 years. He continues to use the lessons learned at camp to manage his diabetes today.

Carrie Busing, Member at Large, Camp Director and Fundraising Support. Carrie first discovered Camp Floyd Rogers at the age of 12 as a camper. Through her life changing experiences at camp she became the director and was honored to take a position on the Foundation Board. Her goal for Camp Floyd Rogers is to provide a week that shapes a lifetime for generations to come.