CAMP TO BELONG
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Children & Youth, Human Services, Sports
Location: 12264 Parula Dr. P. O. Box 1146 Marana AZ 85653 USA
Camp To Belong's Mission is dedicated to reuniting siblings separated in foster care or other out-of-home care.
Results: Our goal is to send 1000 siblings to a Camp To Belong each year!
Target demographics: Siblings separated in foster care or other out-of-home care ages 8 to 18.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 750 to 1000
Geographic areas served: U.S.
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After working in child welfare for many years, it is refreshing and encouraging to see an organization so dedicated to providing children and youth in foster care a truly unique and empowering experience. Many people take things like summer camp for granted, along with their on-going relationship with siblings. Camp To Belong brings children/youth whose lives have been disrupted together for one week of family fun and provides year round opportunities for connections.
Their advocacy on behalf of siblings helps raise awareness of this important issue in the child welfare system.
The dedication and commitment of this mostly volunteer organization is incredible!
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As a veteran of the child welfare system, I find it uplifting and encouraging to experience the enthusiasm of the Camp To Belong family. Everyone who works in or with this field, or is interested in child welfare would benefit from volunteering with this organization, and improve the lives of vulnerable children/youth in the process!
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I would have a Camp To Belong program in every state & jurisdiction.
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