It's a tough time for children when they have a parent dealing with cancer. You can help local kids enjoy a free week of summer camp by supporting the Fifth Annual Make the Magic on Saturday, March 23 at Studio 615 (272 Broadmoor Drive, Nashville). It's a fundraiser for Camp Kesem at Vanderbilt.
ABOUT CAMP KESEM
Camp Kesem is a nationwide community driven by college student leaders supporting children through and beyond their parent's cancer. Kesem runs more than 100 weeks of fun, action-packed summer camps in a nurturing environment with other kids with similar life experiences.
For ages 6 - 18, the camp serves kids who: have lost a parent to cancer; have a parent undergoing cancer treatment; have a cancer-surviving parent.
Daily activiites include ropes courses, sports, arts and crafts, water activities, nature adventures and more. The camps are staffed by highly trained college students who undergo a careful screening and interview process along with extensive training prior to camp. Many of the college leaders have also had a parent with cancer.
Camp Kesem at Vanderbilt takes place July 21 - 27 at Camp Sumatanga in Gallant, Alabama. Find camper registration info here.
ABOUT MAKE THE MAGIC
The fundraiser takes place from 6 - 9 p.m., and attire is dressy casual. The evening includes an open bar, seated dinner, live musical entertainment, givewaways and testimonials from camper families.
Tickets are $70 and available HERE until midnight on Thursday, March 7. Use code MAGIC to get a $10 disount on your ticket.
For more info, call 260-225-3736 or e-mail email@example.com.
Featured photo: Campers and counselors of Camp Kesem at Vanderbilt's 2017 summer program.