Current CAMPAIGN

After School Camps

 
 

According to an extensive study of camper outcomes conducted by Philliber Research Associates, 70 percent of parents report that their child gained self-confidence while at camps. Whether they work through homesickness or tackle an activity that pushed them outside of their comfort zone, kids walk away feeling a stronger sense of personal pride and self-reliance. Our goal would be able to transition from these after school programs to our camps.

In a distracting digital world, we wish to offer valuable space where kids can slow down, connect and focus. Away from the pressures, labels and social structure of school, one of the best parts of these after school programs is the opportunity for kids to make new friends.