Camp Kamassa

Camp Kamassa is a 326-acre camp under construction in Copiah County that will be Mississippi’s first all-accessible camp for children and adults with special needs.  Southwest Electric is proud to partner with Mississippi’s Toughest Kids Foundation to help build Camp Kamassa.  We, along with all of the rural electric cooperatives across the state, donated materials and labor to build three miles of power lines to bring three-phase power to Camp Kamassa.  For more information about Mississippi’s Toughest Kids Foundation and Camp Kamassa, please visit their website.


Southwest Electric is committed to helping the communities we serve.  We are proud to help Mississippi’s Toughest Kids Foundation make Camp Kamassa a reality.

Children’s Book Drive

Every child that experiences Camp Kamassa will be invited to take his/her favorite book home with them.  Donations can be made in memory or in honor of a loved one.  Forms to do so are available at the following drop-off sites.  Please consider donating a book to make a difference in a child’s life.


Sullivan’s Grocery

215 Highway 51 North


Sullivan’s Grocery

40 Highway 184 East


Copiah County Medical Center

27190 Highway 28


Southwest Electric Office

18671 Highway 61


Natchez Market #1

280 John R. Junkin Drive


Natchez Market #2

Morgantown Plaza

436 Highway 61 North


Southside Market

Southgate Shopping Center

31 Sgt. Prentiss Drive

Port Gibson

RiverHills Bank

702 Market Street


Treppendahl’s Super Foods

130 Highway 61 South

Cabin Artwork

Calling all artists!  Do you love to draw or paint?


Camp Kamassa is ready to start decorating the cabins where campers will sleep while enjoying Mississippi’s first camp dedicated to kids and adults with special needs.  They are asking for artwork on canvas approximately 18” x 20” of any Mississippi outdoor scene such as forest animals, wildflowers, trees, rivers and streams.  They will hang over each bed.  If you would like to donate, please contact Jeremy Smith at 601-437-1359 for more information.

This beautiful abstract painting of a deer was donated by Melanie Bunch from Woodville. She was the first to donate artwork to be displayed in the cabins at Camp Kamassa.