Dubbed “The Grandest Gala of Them All” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Camelot at the Magical Forest is Opportunity Village’s sophisticated, signature black-tie soiree. Camelot raises hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to support critical programs and services for Southern Nevadans with intellectual disabilities.
Interested in taking part in the 2022 Camelot by making a donation to our live or silent auctions?
Opportunity Village is fortunate to have partners that continually show up for the over 3,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities we serve. They provide support by making monetary donations, volunteering their time at events, and even creating amazing opportunities for the people we serve to have some fun out in the community.
One organization that truly sets the bar in this regard is the Las Vegas Aces. Along with owner, Mark Davis, the organization has been heavily involved in the mission of Opportunity Village since their 2018 arrival in Southern Nevada.
In addition to being incredible role models for the community, the Las Vegas Aces' support of Opportunity Village through the years has included:
Sponsoring signature Opportunity Village events, such as: the Las Vegas Great Santa Run, Magical Forest and HallOVeen
Making invaluable in-kind contributions to the organization
Coordinating special appearances by Las Vegas Aces' mascot Buckets at Opportunity Village events
A'ja Wilson (Las Vegas Aces player, 2018 WNBA Rookie of the Year, 2020 WNBA Most Valuable Player) serving as Grand Marshal of the 2019 Las Vegas Great Santa Run
Welcoming the people Opportunity Village serves to many of their games
Providing aspiring sports reporter, and Opportunity Village Ambassador, Vanessa S., the chance to live out her dream interviewing players and coaches
Thank You To Our 2021 Sponsors
Photos From Camelot 2019
Past Camelot Honorees
- 2021, The Las Vegas Aces
- 2020, Wynn Resorts
- 2019, Fletcher Jones Family
- 2018, Boyd Gaming Corporation
- 2017, Steve Sisolak
- 2016, Ed and Sheral Guthrie
- 2015, Joyce Sherman-Nelson, Jim Nelson and Don Ross
- 2014, Penn and Emily Jillette
- 2013, Barrick Gold Corporation
- 2012, Bill and Susan Walters
- 2011, Mike and Patty Morrissey
- 2010, Rob and Sheryl Goldstein
- 2009, Jan Jones
- 2008, The Honorable Judge Lloyd George
- 2007, The Engestad Family
- 2006, Governor Kenny Guinn and Commissioner Thalia Dondero
- 2005, Thomas and Mack Families
- 2004, Harrah's Entertainment
- 2003, Mayor Oscar Goodman
- 2002, Steve and Elaine Wynn
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES: The health and safety of all visitors to all events at Opportunity Village is paramount and Opportunity Village is committed to providing attendees with accurate and timely information, as well to ensure that we continue to provide a safe environment for those who are visiting. Opportunity Village continues to work closely with state, local and public health officials to keep our clients and visitors safe and healthy. Opportunity Village continues to closely monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) for timely updates regarding the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. You will be denied entry if symptomatic or if known exposure to persons positive for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status. Additionally, masks are required for all except while eating/drinking. We will update this page accordingly.