Public funding for afterschool programs is at historic lows 1,with just 47% of K-12 spending nationally comes from state funding. While Congress recently approved $1.2B in funding for this fiscal year— an increase that will help schools provide homework assistance, meals and enrichment activities across the country – afterschool programs continue to be wary about their funding in the future. Continue reading
This weekend Wendy and her friends are running their own 5K and having a social gathering to help raise funds for Camp Korey.
Camp Korey is a place for kids with serious medical conditions to come and forget about limitations, try new things and reclaim a lost sense of childhood – all at no cost to their families.
Team ING is also running the New York City Marathon is efforts to raise funds for Camp Korey. They have raised over $38,000 so far against their awesome goal of $250,000!
Fundraising is a very real necessity for camps and their budgets. These are just a few examples of how the community can help get involved and use their social networks to help spread the word.
Please feel free to click the links above to help these teams raise funds for Camp Korey