Chatham County 4-H Receives Camp Grant From Triangle Community Foundation
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Chatham County 4-H, the premier youth development organization of N.C. Cooperative Extension, has been awarded $10,500 from Triangle Community Foundation’s Send A Kid To Camp Program™ for the 2016 camping season. In a unique partnership developed with Communities in Schools Chatham County, 4-H and CIS will be able to support 30 youth from local Chatham County communities to attend one week of residential camp at the Betsy-Jeff Penn (BJP) 4-H Educational Center in Reidsville, NC. This collaborative partnership will afford many youth the opportunity to take part in a week-long camping experience that would not be accessible to such young people without the generous support of community sponsorships.
Operated through the joint efforts of NC State University and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Betsy-Jeff Penn’s mission is to provide youth with opportunities for educational gain, life skill development, and leadership training by way of elements espoused by the experiential learning model. In addition to addressing documented summer learning loss, by providing young people with increased awareness of personal responsibility and character development, camping equips them with necessary life skills integral to lifelong fulfillment. As proud participating United Way agencies, Chatham County 4-H and Communities in Schools Chatham County wish to express their thanks to Triangle Community Foundation for generous financial support to continue efforts to serve the youth of our community.
Chatham County 4-H is thankful to have the generous financial support of community partners such as the United Way of Chatham County, Triangle Community Foundation, Central Electric Membership Corporation, Chatham County Farm Bureau, and the Siler City Rotary.
Chatham County 4-H is a proud participating United Way agency.
Camper support has been provided by Triangle Community Foundation’s Send A Kid To Camp™ Program.
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