CHARACTER CAMPS

IMPACT FOR ETERNITY CAMP

Thanks to our partner, the Harold C. Schott Foundation, this invitation-only opportunity is free for students to attend.

Since 2008, The Anthony Muñoz Foundation has hosted the “Impact for Eternity” Camp, as an effort to truly impact youth mentally, physically and spiritually.

Handpicked by partnering organizations and schools, up to 150 5th through 8th grade at-risk boys join Anthony at Camp Chautauqua in Miamisburg, Ohio to learn the importance of leadership and character, team-building skills and the fundamentals of both football and life.

In 2019, the Foundation invited students from the Dayton area, Hamilton School District, Middletown School District, Newport Intermediate, Princeton Local Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools District including Oyler and Robert’s Academy, as well as students from Cincinnati Recreation Center and City Gospel Mission.

FOOTBALL ACADEMY

More than 500 3rd through 8th grade boys and girls are invited to this two-day camp. Campers will learn from Anthony himself, a team of 40 hand selected local coaches and outstanding guest speakers on how to be successful on and off the field. In addition to football skills and techniques, character education, leadership and teamwork are all integral skills campers will take home.

HISPANIC CHARACTER CAMP

“Our camp’s mission is to build men of character. I have immense pride in my heritage and I want these young men to feel that pride and be a role model for their peers and in their communities, no matter their situations.”
-Anthony Muñoz

Camp Chautauqua hosts up to 150 Tri-State 5th through 8th grade Hispanic boys at our Hispanic Character Camp. Utilizing football as a platform, campers experience a life-changing weekend full of character education and culturally inclusive and enriching activities.

Hispanic Character Camp is a free, invitation only opportunity. In 2019, the Foundation hosted campers from the Hamilton, Princeton and Middletown school districts, Newport Intermediate, City Gospel Mission as well as Cincinnati Public Schools’ Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies and Roberts Paideia Academy.