Fundraising Activities

Our annual fundraising activities give you the opportunity to show your support through participation. You can purchase tickets, become a sponsor and/or make a donation at these events. 

Golf Scramble

CAMO's annual Golf Scramble is held at The Pines Golf Club in Orrville, OH rain or shine. Teams gather early in the morning for a complimentary breakfast before hitting the golf course. The game is followed by a lunch, silent auction, and raffle. This fundraising event supports shipping supplies to Honduras for redistribution.

Save the date! CAMO's 12th Annual Golf Scramble will be June 10, 2017. Tell your friends and get a team together!




Salsa Sizzle

CAMO's Salsa Sizzle is an annual fundraising event held in August at the Wooster Inn. The night is filled with live Latin Jazz music, delicious Latin inspired food, a celebrity bartending competition, and both a live and silent auction. All proceeds from this event benefit the Domestic Violence Shelter in Honduras,Casa Hogar.

This event allows CAMO to keep the doors open at the shelter and continue to provide 24/7 protective care with the goal of preventing deaths caused by domestic violence.

The 9th Annual Salsa Sizzle will be held at the Wooster Inn on August 26, 2017 - make sure to Save the Date!

Tickets ON SALE now through online registration or calling the CAMO Office at (330) 683-5956.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here for details about available packages.




Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving back which falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Charities from around the world come together to celebrate generosity and to give.

The donations raised on Giving Tuesday supports the cost of sending Medical services to Honduras.




Cruise For A Cause

The Cruise For A Cause fundraiser takes place aboard The Fantasy Luxury Cruise ship in Pittsburgh, PA. The day includes a catered dinner, live jazz entertainment, dancing, and full bar while you cruise around on the Allegheny River.

This event is to provide funding for respiratory equipment, specifically, blood gas machines and ventilators for babies. At present, CAMO saves 150 babies from death each year.