Consider shopping at a second hand store and donating your clothes at the end of camp.
A conservative dress code is observed by the Haitians and it will be more comfortable for participants to dress in this style.
Light weight, cotton, quick drying clothing is helpful.
Use a camping back pack to easily carry your luggage.
Include a small day pack to carry personal items at camp.
Shirts – collared polo shirts, or button down are preferred. One long sleeved garment. Light weight fabric is helpful.
Pants/shorts/skirts – Length of shorts and skirts should be close to the knee. Big pockets are useful.
Shoes – sandals and flip flops are comfortable and appropriate.
Sneakers (if you prefer for traveling, but not necessary)
One pair of black shoes for the concert.
Concert Attire – Long black pants or mid-calf length black skirt. The concert shirt will be supplied by the camp.
Linens – sheets, a towel, pillow (if desired)
Note: There is no washing facility for campers but clothes can be hand washed and will dry quickly.
Shampoo and conditioner
Small battery operated fan
Pencil and small sharpener
Clothes pins (two or three)
Rope for clothesline or a hanger for drying clothes
Protein – “power bars” and nuts (bring enough to have some each day)
Cough drops or mints
Packets of powdered drink mix
Note: All food should be carefully and securely packed in re-closable storage bags.