Posted on July 4, 2012
I just read an article about an amazing camp in Alabama called iCare which teaches children about financial and philanthropic responsibility. The camp is for children ranging from age 6 to 12 and lasts for four days. On their Facebook page, are photos showing the iCare campers holding up whiteboards that state why they care about world hunger. A camp that focuses on social justice and practical money matters is a fantastic way to enrich the lives of our children and allow them to see that money does not grow on trees but that they can still make a difference using their time and their talents along with their collaboration with others. Areyvut applauds the work of Camp iCare and wishes them all the best for the summers ahead!