Gazette-Mail Charities is working to help those in need with its 21st Send-A-Child-to-Camp Fund. Throughout its existence, the fund, with the assistance of generous newspaper readers, has helped send more than 10,000 kids to summer camp.
These are kids who might not have otherwise had a chance for a summer-camp experience. Starting soon, the Gazette-Mail will tell the stories of the camps being supported this year by Gazette-Mail Charities. Please consider a donation today!
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Once again, Gazette-Mail readers have come through for local children who might not have been able to attend camp this summer.
The calendar might not agree that it’s summer, but with Memorial Day come and gone, many people are in the summer mindset.
“In memory of Girl Scout Camps Wheelgate and Anne Bailey”: That’s how Lisa McCracken individualized her donation to the Gazette-Mail’s Send-a-Child-to-Camp Fund.
Teachers, parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren: They’ve all been honored by those who have donated so far to this year’s Gazette-Mail Send-A-Child-To-Camp Fund.
The Buckskin Council of the Boy Scouts of America is hoping to find enough donors willing to do good deeds to fund nearly 300 partial scholarships needed to make sure its summer camping program will be available to all deserving Scouts, regardless of...
When 10-year-old Anthony went to live with his grandmother last summer, he had been through a lot.
“In memory of my parents, who always sent me to summer camp,” reads a dedication from Karen Brimhall, who is included in today’s list of donors to the Gazette-Mail Send-A-Child-To-Camp Fund.
A Tucker County summer camp is offering 350 low-income children the opportunity to live in family cabins, learn life skills and play outside this summer.
The skills learned at the Kanawha County 4-H Residential Camp help lay the foundation for a successful future, all in just five days.
Known as T.I., the Adolescent Health Initiative at United Way of Central West Virginia’s Regional Teen Institute is a summer camp made to build leaders.
The world has changed significantly since the Norman Jordan African American Arts & Heritage Academy first opened its doors 32 years ago.
Although temperatures are cooling down, Gazette-Mail readers’ generosity is heating up in the early days of this year’s Send-a-Child-to-Camp Fund drive.