COVID-19 UPDATES FROM THE H. E. BUTT FOUNDATION
A Band of Runners treks across the Canyon during their Foundation Camp retreat in November.
Why has Steve Schneider driven busses of campers from Pharr, Texas, to the H. E. Butt Foundation Camp for decades?
This border community has been bringing groups to the Canyon two or three times a year for 49 years running, driving dozens of kids in packed school buses 10 hours through the night.
23,920 people from a variety of backgrounds came through Foundation Camp in 2018.
Meet Vincent and Mary. After overcoming difficulty of their own, they now help others at their annual marriage retreats through the Foundation Camp program.
Our oldest operating program stewards some of our oldest and deepest relationships, like Flour Bluff Independent School District, who has been coming to the Canyon since the ‘50s.
In 2017, H. E. Butt Foundation Camp served more guests than ever before as a record 24,716 people experienced the Canyon through the program.
Houston nonprofit shows hope, determination, and grit amidst Hurricane Harvey's aftermath.
This winter, The H. E. Butt Foundation has expanded its annual Christmas Tribute program to help families and campers recently affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Dallas group hosts a special Foundation Camp for children of incarcerated mothers.