For 40 years Delta Lake has provided camps and retreats for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Our safe and fun environment gives our Haven campers an opportunity to laugh and play while experiencing the love of God.
Our haven campers must be mobile and not require a wheelchair, because while our buildings are equipped much of our camp landscape is not wheelchair friendly.
Following the lead of the Order of Malta Germany and the Order of Malta Lebanon, the Order of Malta Philippines held its first day camp to bring joy, love, and happiness to the disabled Filipino youth.
On September 19, 2015, 20 young adults with disabilities and 20 caregivers/health workers, who provided one-on-one care, participated in the day camp activities the Order of Malta Philippines organized in Eco Park, La Mesa Dam, Quezon City.
The day camp was headed by the Chairperson, Doña Ma.
We wanted to share a few notes from our campers who enjoyed our camp in the past!
September 22, 2016Today is the first day of fall, and Junior Leadership Lake Martin knew just how to celebrate.This morning, high school students from around the Tallapoosa County area traveled to Camp ASCCA for a day of group elements to learn more about each other and the importance of teamwork...Read More September 20, 2016Take a few minutes today to check out the latest Camp ASCCA Good Times newsletter for Fall 2016!Lourdes Bernadette Zaragoza-Banson, co-chaired by Dame Virginia Nicolas and Mrs. This event was in coordination with the Archdiocesan Ministry Office-Patients with Disabilities Ministry (AMO-PDM), Elsie Gaches Village in Muntinlupa, and Cottolengo Filipino, Inc.Also present were volunteers from San Agustin Parish in Moonwalk, Parañaque and first aiders from the Order of Malta Philippines headed by Dr.Perla Alban, Project Manager for HIV-AIDS of the Order of Malta Philippines.