Posted by Gene Justice on February 02
This is a personal testimony of how The Skyline Foundation supports campers to give them the the oppurtunity to experience camp.
“The school year leading up to my last year of camp, my family found out that my mom had a rare kind of cancer. As a result, most of our money went to doctor’s visits and chemo treatments and trips to MD Anderson in Texas. We were devastated to say the least! When it came time to register for camp again, it had basically been decided that I wouldn’t be able to go. It was my age out year, and my mom knew how much camp meant to me. She reached out to the Skyline Foundation to see if there was any way we would be able to afford it with help. Fortunately, with the help of the Foundation and ACITing, I was able to attend my last year of camp, something that I know my mom really wanted for me. I can’t express my thankfulness to the Foundation enough!”
Assistant Director and Critter Caretaker. Floridian and Seeker of Sunshine. You can find me kayaking down Little River, up in a tree, or where ever the animals are playing.