Thanks Richmond and surrounding areas for your continued support in sending Richmond’s children to summer camp. Miss Community’s 6th Annual “Send-A-Kid” to camp radiotion on Thursday was a huge success. Radio One Richmond listeners, friends and followers on social media, and elected officials raised closed to $17,000 and that number is still growing.
Click here to make a donation at the EnRichmond Foundation on behalf of Richmond Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities.
All donations are tax deductable and will help pay for city children to have an exciting and educational summer camp experience.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities’ summer camp program offers nine weeks of structured activities for children ages 6 – 12, Monday – Friday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm starting June 24 and continuing through August 23. This year’s theme is “Road Trip USA”
Children enrolled in the camp are immersed in fun activities each day that include art and cultural enrichment, health and physical education, science and environmental education, and personal and social development as well as field trips. The camp is offered at 16 department community centers throughout the city and costs $250 per child for city residents and an additional cost for non-city residents.
Please send donations to: Enrichmond Foundation Send-a-Kid-to-Camp Campaign 100 North 17th Street, Richmond, VA 23219.
Please make checks and money orders payable to Enrichmond/Send-A-Kid-to-Camp. The annual radio-thon is co-sponsored by the department, Radio One Richmond and Enrichmond, a non-profit foundation that partners with community groups to maintain, restore, preserve and improve Richmond’s public recreational resources. For more information on the annual radiothon, call (804) 646-5733.
The annual Send-A-Kid to camp radiothon is in partnership with Richmond Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities and the Alexander Lance Booker Child Safety Foundation.
In Loving Memory Of Alexander Lance Booker
Dec 18th 1994 – June 15th 2007
View photos of previous ‘Send-A-Kid To Camp’ Radiothons.
For more information visit – Department of Richmond Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities