My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Camp Quality Michigan, Boyne City, MI, USA
2009 was my second time volunteering at Camp Quality. To me, Camp Quality is something to look forward to. Campers get to look forward to this. Sometimes this is the only really big and awesome thing they get to do all year. Lifelong friendships are formed and every child is able to relate and have someone else that has shared their story. They come to camp and can be a normal, active kid. The slogan is 100 percent true. ("Letting kids with cancer be kids again") The week we spend with the campers is inspirational. As a companion, I feel as I get more from camp sometimes than a camper does. They build you up and inspire you as an adult, when its the campanion who is supposed to be doing that! The kids are amazing, and I will always remember every single one. They made an impact on me to want to keep coming and keep helping. Besides the inspirational factor, camp is also a blast! They get to do all sorts of awesome activities that keep you busy from sun up to after sun down! As having a crafy camper, the craft ladies are amazing. They have so many great ideas to keep us busy and so many choices of supplies! They are very helpful. Camp Quality is something I would like to always be involved with. It's a way to let a child who has gone through it all, be a kid again.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Letting my camper have a great week to remember all year and the inspiration she gives me.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Amazing, well-rounded individuals. Every single one brought something to the experience. Everyone cared and there was always someone there for you. No one judged. Its a week to just be silly and everyone was!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Expand and allow more kids to come to camp.
Ways to make it better...
I dont think my experience could have been any better. It was my second year with my camper and co-campanion. We all worked together great!
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
Keeping up the funds. Thankfully it seems as people have been very generous!
One thing I'd also say is that...
Overall I would say that this camp is amazing and I want to stay involved.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About once a year
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