Giv360 prides itself in helping raise money for non-profits. By providing fundraising avenues for customers who can patronize generous Giv360 merchants, charities benefit from a united force of people who understand the value of coming together.
Customers are encouraged to visit participating merchants so their 5% donation is sent to their favorite charity every time they spend.
But summer months can be more challenging because school is out, people are on vacation, kids are left home alone while parents have to work and times get more difficult for adults and caregivers, especially those with special needs children.
But if anyone knows about handling challenges during the summer, it's Camp Twin Lakes! Camp Twin Lakes is a unique non-profit camp for kids with serious illnesses, disabilities and other challenges. For over 20 years, this camp has provided life-changing camp experiences to thousands of Georgia's children. They offer week-long summer camps and year-round weekend retreats at three fully-accessible and medically-supportive campsites. They offer day camps and even a Hospital-Based-Camp-To-Go program. Annually, they serve more than 9,900 campers.
Consider choosing Camp Twin Lakes as the non-profit you'd like to help as a Giv360 supporter. All you have to do is go to the Giv360 website, sign up for free, pick them, and then every time you spend money with a participating Giv360 merchant, you can feel good knowing 5% of your bill was sent to help kids at Camp Twin Lakes.
Another super non-profit organization you may want to choose is Camp Kudzu. They provide education, recreation and peer-networking programs for Georgia's children. Their camp offers summer sessions, family weekends, and teen retreats to kids diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Through the generous donations of Giv360 supporters, they are able to offer opportunities for children to grow and thrive in their daily lives with proper diabetes management.
Another non-profit is Camp Horizon. They provide year-round, no-cost programs to Metro Atlanta's youth in foster care. And the young adult campers (18-24 year olds) remain in the family through the Camp Horizon Adult Mentoring Program known as Champs.
Whether you attended summer camp as a kid, or have kids who attend now, the value of these experiences can't be highlighted enough. And you can help give the gift of camp to children and young adults who likely wouldn't get the opportunity without donors like you. Your support provides an outlet for kids in foster care or those with terminal illnesses, disabilities, or diabetes.
Make a child's summer special this year. Sign up here and start supporting your favorite non-profit today!