Camp Dos Cabezas Involvement
Whether it's because you want to provide beneficial activities for kids who face the greatest struggles... Whether it's Santa Fe, the surrounding Rocky Mountains, hiking or just being in the outdoors... If you imagine spending summer weeks in the Southwest... Or if you want to build an exemplary learning laboratory using green architecture... You will want to come to our camp volunteer meeting to learn more about getting involved in a camp program for kids that provides great rewards for adults.
Please join us for a
CAMP SCHOLARSHIP LUNCH
708 Telephone Road, Houston, TX 77023
2:00pm, Sunday, June 9, 2013
RSVP for the Camp Scholarship Lunch
A great camp experience can make a big difference in a child's life. We started Camp Dos Cabezas in 2004 for children who would not otherwise have the opportunity to have such a great adventure. The personal development and educational benefits for marginalized children are too many to count.
By utilizing the resources of national parks and educational institutions, the camp has provided meaningful experiences for many children over the years. We plan to extend its positive impact by creating a permanent site for the camp in northern New Mexico.
We need the help of many people to realize the new plan for the youth camp.
If you care about the futures of at-risk children, or if you have interest or expertise in sustainable, low environmental impact building, you will find the camp program can benefit you as much as its young participants it serves.
In addition to individual volunteers, we will seek partner organizations to increase the number of children who benefit from the camp. Several plans are being considered, but ultimately the plan that is developed will allow us to maximize its benefits for children and share access to the camp with more individuals and organizations.
Special thanks to Literal-Latin American Voices Journal for ongoing support of the Camp Dos Cabezas program.
Thanks to the University of Houston's College of Education SITE Lab and Dr. Bernard Robin for providing digital cameras for use by the students during the camp.
Thanks to the Sponsors and Supporters of Camp Dos Cabezas
Martha Claire Tompkins
Rochelle and Marc Ellison
A. T. Lubrano
Odile Gisele Robertson
C. Lee Taylor
Thanks to Bohemeo's and The Artery for hosting camp fundraisers.
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