Hope Loves Company's Virtual Camp: This weekend, Friday, July 15 - Saturday, July 16
Hope Loves Company’s Virtual Camp: This weekend, Friday, July 15 - Saturday, July 16
Nonprofit supports children and young adults who have family members affected by ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) with free camp
July 13, 2022 – The media is invited to a free virtual camp for children and young adults who have or have had family members battling ALS. It is happening this Friday, July 15, and Saturday, July 16, via zoom. Activities will happen between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. EST on Friday and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. EST on Saturday.
Camp Hope Loves Company (HLC) offers so many fun experiences. There will be a campfire and sing-along, art, music, yoga, group shares, tie-dying, s’mores, and so much more. Even more important, children attending will all have something in common and can build new friendships and feel less alone in their challenges.
The camp program is free to children who have or had a parent with ALS, an incurable disease.
Hope Loves Company (HLC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to supporting children and young adults who have family members living with ALS. It is the only nonprofit with this specific mission. HLC founder Jodi O’Donnell-Ames, HLC president Gary Bachrach, and their team have hosted close to 40 Camp HLCs across the nation since 2012.
O’Donnell-Ames has three children – now all young adults – who have lost a parent to ALS before turning 12, so she knew from personal experience how ALS affects a family, especially children. Thank you to our camp sponsors: the Neil Alexander Family and Friends Fund for ALS, the LiveLikeLou Foundation, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, the ALS Association, and the SunshineFoundation.
To learn more about Hope Loves Company’s other free programs for families affected by ALS, visit www.hopelovescompany.org, call 609-730-1144, or find us on social media. Facebook and Instagram: @hopelovescompany, Twitter: @hopelovesco.
Who: Nonprofit Hope Loves Company
What: Free virtual camp for children affected by ALS, includes campfire and sing-along, art, music, yoga, group shares, tie-dying, and s’mores.
Where and When: Zoom, July 15-16, 2022