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Summer camp is a childhood rite of passage we all want our children to experience. I remember my daughter coming home from her first camp singing various camp songs, telling about their fun adventures and the friends she made. Each year, she returned to the same camp hoping to find old friends and camp counselors there. Last summer, my son Jake attended his first camp and he had a blast. I’ve often wondered when the time comes that Eve and Josie would like to attend camp, would there be a camp that is able to accommodate their medical needs? I know many parents of medically fragile children feel like summer camp must be a distant dream for their children. Thankfully, there is a place that can help and that is Victory Junction.
Located in Randleman, North Carolina, Victory Junction pro
Tuesday after Thanksgiving is called Giving Tuesday. Victory Junction has a great opportunity to double their donations due to a generous donor, up to $10,000. Would you consider partnering with Victory Junction and provide children a wonderful camp opportunity? For one week, they can forget about their illness, the medical needs and just be kids. There are new things to try and friends who understand them.