For more than 30 years, Sundance has been among the largest and most spectacular events held in Rehoboth Beach. For many, Sundance is more than just an event; it is a place to embrace old friends, meet new people, and celebrate inclusiveness. The annual Labor Day weekend Sundance activities raise essential funds for CAMP Rehoboth, one of the most respected and successful nonprofit organizations in Delaware. This year, the organization is responding to the unprecedented needs of the community during COVID-19 by turning Sundance into a week-long, United in Love celebration, fundraiser, and community-building experience. The event will kick off at 6 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 29, and culminate with a virtual Sundance Experience Saturday, Sept. 5.
“CAMP Rehoboth’s goal from the beginning was to Create A More Positive community,” said David Mariner, CAMP Rehoboth executive director. “Sundance, through the generosity of its hosts and sponsors, has raised funds to support the work of CAMP Rehoboth and to establish Rehoboth as a widely recognized community with room for all.”
Murray Archibald, Sundance chair and CAMP Rehoboth co-founder, said, “We have never felt the need more acutely to expand our activities to be as inclusive as possible, broaden the Sundance Experience, and take it to a new level.”
Detailed information about the United in Love event will be announced in the upcoming weeks and will be posted at camprehoboth.com. To learn about hosting, partnership, and sponsorship opportunities, call Murray Archibald at 302-236-2931.
All proceeds from Sundance benefit CAMP Rehoboth, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, and support the activities and programs it provides to the Rehoboth community. Partnerships with other area nonprofits and the business community as beneficiaries will also be announced throughout the summer. For more information, go to camprehoboth.com.