ALACCA Bible Camp Needs YOU!

ALACCA is God’s camp, built on the solid rock of His gospel. We need partners in this ministry.  You can partner with us through prayer, volunteering or financial giving. If you are interested in receiving our monthly prayer alert, please call the ALACCA office and we will add you.  We want to keep our fees reasonable to ensure everyone is able to attend, and because of that, we rely on the financial support of individuals and churches to help keep the camp going.
Your gifts to the General Camp Fund help support the programming, general operations, director and staff members.  The KMBI radio translator Fund keeps the Moody radio signal going on our translators in the Clearwater Region. Contributions of any amount are welcome at any time.

Support Opportunities

General FundScholarship FundFacilitiesKMBI Translator Fund

We’re now accepting online donations! Your continued support of ALACCA Bible Camp and Conference Center helps us to greatly impact the world with the message of the Gospel! Any amount is welcome and appreciated and helps to improve the camp and add additional programming. Would you consider helping us with a recurring monthly donation? This is a great way to make a bigger impact all year long!

Each year, the need for scholarships and financial assistance has grown and continues to grow. In order to reach as many children, teens and families as we can for Christ, we have set up this fund to help offset the cost of camp for those in need. We never want money to be an hindrance to someone coming to salvation, that is why we need your help. Please consider making a donation to this fund so that any child who wants to come to camp can have the opportunity.

Primary facilities needs:

Lodge Rooms:  We are upgrading all 20 rooms (lights, fixtures, décor, etc.)  Each room will cost $250.

Dining Hall:   Phase 2 of the dining hall would be to putting in a retaining wall and cementing a floor for a patio and phase 3 is to enclose the entire patio to create more dining space as a 3 seasons area.  Est Cost for phase 2 and 3, $5,000 each phase for materials only.  We also want to carpet the dining hall for ease of cleaning, sound control and overall appearance of the lodge.  Est. cost $2,400 for materials only.

Annex Chapel:  Topsoil to level yard area around chapel

Cabins:  Install 2 showers, 2 toilets and 2 sinks in each cabin which sleeps 12.  Est Cost $1500 per cabin.  Also, start phase one of upgrading the water system so that water supply to cabins can be used during the winter without the risk of it freezing.

Long-Term Planning:  We would love to build a new office with plumbing, reception area and staff housing above.  We would also like to rebuild our Recreational Room with plumbing and expand the size to incorporate camps in the spring, fall and winter months.  (watch for more info)

KMBI Moody Radio can be heard in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, Eastern Oregon, Western Montana, and Northwest Wyoming through a series of translators and repeaters. The station produces and delivers compelling programming filled with solid biblical insight and creative expressions of faith that helps you take the next step in your relationship with Christ. We hope that this will be the place where you turn–for truth, direction and hope. Through the power of the Word, you will hear and experience more of the life God intends for you in every moment, in every situation.

ALACCA Bible Conference owns and operates three radio translators beaming the KMBI FM Moody Radio signal from Spokane to Lewiston, Orofino, and Kamiah, encouraging Christians and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost.

KMBI is broadcast from Spokane at 107.9 FM, and our locally owned translators are:

Lewiston – 100.9 FM Orofino – 90.5 FM Kamiah – 103.7 FM

The cost of maintaining and operating these translators is carried by ALACCA, and supported by the generous donations of friends like you.

All donations are charitable contributions, may be tax deductible, and will be receipted as such. Annual reports of scholarship funds, disbursement amounts, and upcoming goals will be available at our annual meeting in September.