Hartford's Camp Courant is the largest free day camp in the nation, serving more than 1100 Hartford children during the summer season. Children ages 5 through 12, who live in the city of Hartford, participate in a variety of recreational, educational and cultural programs at the campsite in Farmington. Transportation, two nutritious meals, health care screenings and a bathing suit (if needed) are provided to every child. All of the programs are geared towards developing self-esteem, building positive relationships and having fun. Contributions from the community are needed each year to maintain this free summer program for Hartford children.
ESPN Radio’s Mike Golic ‘Cleans Up’ Nicely to Assist Hartford’s Youth-Turtle Wax ‘Wax On – Shirt Off’ Campaign raises $10,000 for Hartford’s Camp Courant
Former NFL star and current co-host of ESPN Radio’s ‘Mike and Mike in the Morning’, Mike Golic is no stranger to getting down and dirty. This time it is his clean-up efforts that are going towards a great cause in partnership with Turtle Wax. During a commercial shoot for Turtle Wax in early may at Lincoln College, Mike helped to launch the ‘Wax On
Keller Williams Gives $10,000 Gift to Camp Beautification Project During Annual ‘R.E.D.’ Day
Entering its 119th season serving the children of Hartford, it was time for the facility of Hartford’s Camp Courant to receive a little maintenance and care. The surprising result was an abundance of ‘love’ headed up by the outstanding group at Keller Williams Real Estate, under the supervision of Team Leader Brad Knowles. $10,000 in painting supplies, materials, and most importantly more than 50
Home Builders Association of Greater Hartford ‘BUILDS’ Towards Success of Hartford’s Children
During a recent meeting at Hartford’s Camp Courant offices, the Home Builders Association of Greater Hartford CEO Eric Person and Marion Czaplicki, HBA President, presented a check towards the charity’s annual ‘Send a Kid to Camp CAMPaign’. Proceeds for the ‘CAMPaign’ were generated from ticket sales during the HBA’s ‘Connecticut Home and Remodeling Show’ held in February. As a continuing effort to give back