How does summer camp help a child in need? 
The National Summer Learning Association research briefs provide data on the importance of summer learning to academic achievement and life-long success.
  • Provides a safe, supervised environment for children during the summer.
  • Healthy meals and snacks are available daily, a critical need for students who receive free or reduced lunch during the school year.
  • Fun, physical activities help children get active and fight childhood obesity.
  • Educational programming combats "summer slide" by providing opportunities for learning year-round. 
  • Closes the academic achievement gap for at-risk youth.
  • Enhances mental and emotional health through time spent enjoying Florida's natural environment.
How can you help?
Every donation makes a difference - Become a supporterSuggested donations and their impact on our program are below. Thanks to our current supporters!
  • $1000 covers rental space for indoor camp activities
  • $300 provides reusable water bottles for all campers to use throughout the year
  • $225 pays for supplies for a week's worth of fun, educational activities for 35 campers
  • $200 supports one child for a week-long camp scholarship 
  • $150 sends 35 campers on a field trip to a local historical or cultural site
  • $70 supplies drawstring backpacks for 35 campers
  • $50 provides one week of healthy snacks for 35 campers
  • $25 covers a week of healthy lunches for one camper


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