Send A Child To Camp

Summer is almost here, but it’s not too late to help a local child get to camp. Each year, The Salvation Army provides hundreds of disadvantaged metro area youth with life-enriching summer activities through our residential camping program.

Activities like boating, nature walks, swimming, and field trips have been proven to help improve self-esteem, friendship skills, social comfort, peer relationships, environmental awareness, and spirituality.

Last year over 600 local children participated in The Salvation Army residential camping program. The youth experienced more than just a fun time, they built positive relationships with peers and God.

For $185 you can help a child in metro Atlanta attend a weeklong summer camp experience in Jasper, GA. Many children are waiting to hear if they will be able to attend summer camp—so your donation is important. Make your sponsorship gift today by clicking here. (be sure to designate your gift to Send A Child to Camp)

Next week, help us celebrate National Salvation Army Week by dropping off new toiletry items for the children that will be attending Camp Grandview at:

The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta Area Command
1190 W. Druid Hills Drive, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA 30329
May 14 – 18, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m

If you would like to contribute to the purchase of toiletry items please make a check payable to:

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary in the amount of $6.63 per kit (as in picture)

Checks can be mailed to:
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary

1190 W. Druid Hills Drive, Suite 150
Atlanta, GA 30329

To learn more about The Salvation Army and its summer and residential camping programs visit www.salvationarmyatlanta.org.

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