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Program Locations

PICTURES OF PROGRAM LOCATIONS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY TOWN:
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Absecon: American Legion: November 17 Tim drops off an inviatation to our free autism event at Lincoln Financial Field, brand new camp pillows for children of Veterans, and Commander Bob agrees to assist us to collect food for the Atlantic City Salvation Army.  This Legion has helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last four years.
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Atlantic CitySalvation Army: November 17 Tim gave an invitation to our free autism event at Lincoln Financial Field and several cases of Samoas to the AC Salvation Army Manager Karis.  We have dropped off food staples, chocolate pretzels, and cookies to this pantry three times this last year.  
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Bangor: Tim gives Mack 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies. The bar manager Brooke has helped Kamp For Kids collect food for the Pen Argyl-Bangor area for the last 3 years.
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Berwick: Berwick School District: This a Kamp For Kids Kloset Location. Here Tim drops off large amounts of free schools supplies for the Berwick School District. We have also supplied play mats to the Nescopeck Elementary School in the Berwick District with help from the Nescopeck VFW.
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Bound Brook: Food Bank Network of Somerset County: Here Tim donates 200 hand-dipped chocolate pretzels to the food bank!  We project that Kamp For Kids will be delivering treats, snacks, and food staples to this pantry three times this upcoming year.
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Berwick: Salvation Army: Tim drops off Girl Scout Cookies to Captain Jenn.  We have provided snacks, chocolate bunnies, chocolate pretzels, Peeps, food, and other treats to the Berwick  Salvation Army for the last three years.
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Bound Brook: Moose Lodge: This is pic of Moose officer "Caz" (on left) and Tim (on right).  This lodge is helping us collect food for the Bound Brook Food Bank and Caz has indicated that they will likely be sponsoring a child to go to a Kamp For Kids camp.
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Bloomsburg: Bloomsburg Food Pantry: Tim regularly drops off cookies, chocolate pretzels, and various treats to this pantry. The staff comment on how this allows them to place a couple treats in every bag of groceries which brings joy to the families.
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Brick Township: VFW: Here officer Jim Dean (on right) and officer "Pirate" (in middle) receive our thank you gift of two boxes of chocolate from Tim.  This VFW is helping us collect food for the Destiny Food Bank in Brick Township and has helped us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser.  If you live in the Brick Twp. area and have a child with autism contact Jim Dean and we will coordinate with him to provide a free hand-made quilt for your child.
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Brick Township: Destiny Community Food Bank: Here Tim drops off food to this pantry. We donated food to this food bank three times so far and plan to donate food to this food bank three times per year.
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Carlisle: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and Girl Scout Cookies to this Legion.  Legion Manager Tanya has helped us collect food for Project Share Food Pantry in Carlisle for the last two years. This Legion also helps us with our annual chocolate pretzels fundraiser.
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Chambersburg: Franklin County Shelter: Tim drops off a case of Tagalongs to Carey at the Shelter, as well an invitation to our free upcoming events for needy families. We usually only drop food off to Katie's Place in the region, but we have now added the Franklin County Shelter to our food donation route.
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Dallas: Methodist Back Mountain Food Pantry: Tim drops 3 cases of cookies.  For the last two years we have dropped off food staples, snacks, and treats to this pantry due to the assistance of Weis Supermarket and Commander Bernie, who collects food for us at the Harveys Lake American Legion.
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Bristol Township: Mill Creek Elementary School: This is a Kamp For Kids Kloset Location at which free school supplies are provided by for needy students.
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Carlisle: Project Share Food Pantry:
Here Tim drops off two cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Project Share Director Robert Weed. We have donated chocolate pretzels, potatoes, food staples, and cookies to Project Share throughout the last two years.
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Cherry Hill: Cherry Hill Mall Autism Food Festival: The Cherry Hill Mall and Kamp For Kids have co-hosted 6 events during the pandemic to give families a covid-friendly manner of enjoying themselves.  These events include drive-through food truck festivals, cotton candy, pop-corn, and drive-in movies.
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Carbondale: Catholic Social Services: We have provided chocolate covered pretzels, hand-made quilts, Girl Scout Cookies, and basic food staples to this pantry for the last three years.
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Chambersburg: American Legion: Tim drops off a case of cookies and a thank you letter to the Chambersburg Legion.  Legion staff member Susie has helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last 4 years, and has helped us collect food for the community.  Susie is an outstanding & charitable individual!
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Cherry Hill: American Legion: Commander Joe is the most kind and gregarious person you could ever meet.  He has helped us collect food for needy families in the community and has assisted us with our chocolate pretzels fundraiser. We have dropped off hand-made blankets, quilted hats, & chocolate to thank them for their support.
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Danville: Ronald McDonald House: Tim regularly drops off food staples, hand-made quilts, chocolate pretzels, and Girl Scout Cookies to the Danville Ronald McDonald House.  Here Colleen Culbertson accepts two cases of treats from Kamp For Kids.

Danville: American Legion Post 40: Commander Kevin & a staff member "Tizzy" has helped Kamp For Kids collect food and items for the Ronald McDonald House.  Tim has regularly donated potatoes, food, hand-made quilts, and treats to the American Legion to distribute to Veterans.

Duncannon: Susquenita School District Community Relations Director Tracy Troutman receives 9 boxes of school supplies from Tim. This is our newest Kamp For Kids Kloset Location at which we will providing school supplies for children in need.

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Duncannon: VFW: Here Tim drops off hand-made quilts and camp pillows to the most generous VFW in PA!  Officer Karen Rhinehart (wearing the brown sweat shirt) raised $2600 for Kamp For Kids last year!  Karen has helped us collect a large amount of food in for the Perry County Food Bank.  We are likely going to coordinate with this VFW to give hand-made quilts to children with special needs at the Susqenita School.
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East Stroudsburg: American Legion: Tim delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies & has pic taken with 2 board members.  Managers Butch & Sue (not pictured) have helped us collect food for the East Stroudsburg Salvation Army for the last two years.  We have also distributed numerous hand-made quilts to children and grand-children of Veterans in cooperation with Butch & Sue.
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Easton: Safe Harbor Shelter: Tim delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Shelter Manager Amanda. Kamp For Kids has made regular food donations here for the last three years. 
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Easton: Brown-Lynch American Legion:  Tim delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Commander Tom. This American Legion has given over $1500 in financial donations to Kamp For Kids and has helped us collect food for the  Safe Harbor Shelter the last 3 years.
Elizabethtown: American Legion:
Commander Tyler has assisted us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last three years, helped us collect food for the Community Cupboard Food Bank in Elizabethtown, and donated financially toward our summer camps.  We, in turn, have donated potatoes, chocolate pretzels, 3 cases of Samoas, and hand-made quilts for children of Veterans to this Legion.
Elizabethtown: Community Cupboard: We have dropped off food three times last year to this pantry. The Elizabethtown Legion has helped us collect food for this pantry. We intend to continue to drop off food here at least three times per year.
Feasterville: Liberty Thrift. Kamp For Kids regularly drops items off here.  In this pic Tim donates 8 large bags of clothing.
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Ephrata: Woodcrest Camp: Here Kamp For Kids is hosting a free retreat for children with autism and their families. Two brave children are about to embark on a 150 foot water slide!
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Gettysburg: Adams County Shelter: Donna receives two cases of Somoas from Tim.  We have have donated hand-made Quilts, chocolate pretzels, food staples, and cookies to this shelter throughout the last three years.  The Gettysburg American Legion has also helped us collect food for this shelter.
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Gettysburg: American Legion: Tim drops off a thank you letter and a case of Samoas to Legion. The Gettysburg Legion has assisted us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last 4 years and has helped us collect food for the Adams County Shelter.
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Hanover: American Legion: Legion manager Shelly accepts thank you letter and a case of Samoas from Tim.  Shelly has assisted us to collect food for the New Hope Food Pantry in Hanover for the last two years, and has helped us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last five years.
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Hanover: New Hope Food Pantry: Here Tim drops off a case of food to the pantry. We have dropped off food regularly to this pantry for the last two years.  The aforementioned Hanover American Legion assists us to collect food for this pantry. We also receive corporate and personal food donations which enable us to supply this pantry.
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Harveys Lake: American Legion: Tim drops off three cases of Girl Scout Cookies. Treasurer Bernie of this Legion has assisted us by collecting food for the Back Mountain Food Pantry, by supporting our chocolate pretzel fundraiser, and by distributing hand-made blankets to children and grandchildren of Veterans.
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Hazleton: John's Family Restaurant: Not just the best place to eat in town, but a fantastic help to our cause: they collect large amounts of food in a food box at the front of their restaurant and they always help us with our yearly chocolate pretzel fundraiser! The food is given to Father Orberto at the St. Joseph Food Pantry in Hazleton and distributed to the needy. We have donated food staples, potatoes, cookies, and chocolate pretzels to this pantry for the last two years. Restaurant staff member Sharon has been a delightfully helpful aid in these projects!
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Hershey: Hershey Food Bank: Here Tim drops off a case of Samoas to this food bank.  We have dropped off food 2-3 times this last year and intend to drop off food at least 3 times in the upcoming year.
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Hightstown: Here Tim donates two boxes of chocolate pretzels to VFW manager Brooke.  Brooke is helping us to collect food for families in need in the community.
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Hershey: American Legion: Commander Mike has helped us with our annual chocolate pretzels fundraiser for the last thee years and has helped us collect food for the Hershey Food Bank.  Tim recently dropped off a thank you letter and an invitation to our free upcoming events with staff member Jen. 
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Honey Brook: Honey Brook Elementary Center: This is the Kamp For Kids Kloset Room at HBEC.  Kamp For Kids provides free schools supplies to this room for children at risk and children with special needs.
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Honey Brook: Camp at the Old Mill: this camp, managed by Jason Jarvis, who was a classmate of Tim Morton at Cairn University, is likely the most beautiful camp in PA.  Amenities are abundant.  Kamp For Kids plans to use this property for camp this coming year.
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Kempton: Inn of Hope: Here Kamp For Kids honors Veterans at the Memorial Day Military Family Camp by playing Taps and observing a moment of silence for fallen warriors. Kamp For Kids also hosts autism and youth retreats at this location.
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Lancaster: CVCCS Food Bank: Here Tim drops off an invitation to our free upcoming events for children at risk and children with autism and a case of food.  CVCCS manager Lisa Horst has been kind enough to write several thank you letters to us. We have donated items such as potatoes, food staples, chocolate covered pretzels, and cookies. 
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Lawrence Township: VFW: Here Tim drops off a case of Peeps and an invitation to our free event at the Eagles Stadium for children with autism.  VFW Commander Art Hunt has helped us collect food for the local community and assisted us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser.
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Jersey Shore: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and chocolate covered sugar cookies to Jenny, staff member of this Legion. This Legion collected a large amount of food for us last year which we donated to the New Love Food Pantry in Jersey Shore.
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King of Prussia: VFW: Here Tim leaves a thank you letter and a large box of chocolate with VFW Officer Don (with the hat).  This VFW has helped us collect a substantial amount of food for the local food pantry Martha's Choice for the last two years.
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Lansdale: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and a case of Peeps for Commander Clifford.  Clifford has helped us collect food for the Manna on Main Food Pantry in Lansdale and assisted us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser.
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Lebanon: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and a case of Samoas to Legion manager Leahann.  Her husband Mike is the President of the Legion.  They financially supported our autism programs, have helped us collect food for the Lebanon Salvation Army, and have helped us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser.
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Jersey Shore: New Love Food Pantry:  Here Tim drops off two cases of food.  We have just begun providing food for this pantry but plan to continue to do so.  We delivered to this pantry 3 times: the first delivery was hand-made chocolate covered pretzels, the second delivery was a donation of food collected from the Jersey Shore Legion, and the third delivery was two cases of food directly from Kamp For Kids.
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Kingston: Black Diamond American Legion: Officer John receives 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies from Tim. The Black Diamond American Legion has assisted us in collecting food for the West Side Food Bank and Salvation Army for the last two years. Here, Tim also invites anyone with a child with autism to the free autism event at the Eagles Stadium on November 27.
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Lansdale: Manna on Main Food Pantry: Here Tim drops off food to Manna on Main.  We drop food off here 4-5 times per year with the help of Commander Clifford at the Lansdale American Legion and personal food donations we receive.
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Lebanon: Salvation Army: We deliver food staples to this location 3-4 times per year with the help of the Lebanon American Legion, the Lebanon Navy Club, as well as corporate and personal food donations.
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Levittown: Bucks County Free Library: Kamp For Kids distributed hundreds of dollars of supermarket gift cards and over 10,000 pounds of food to the community at this location during the pandemic.
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Levittown: Bucks County Free Library: Here Kamp For Kids gives out free Jules Thin Crust Pizza and Panera Bread Baked goods all day during the pandemic to give relief to needy families.  Thank you so much Jules and Panera!
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Lewistown: Salvation Army: Here Tim drops off food to this Salvation Army.  Bob, a manager at the Lewistown VFW assisted us to collect food for this Salvation Army until their building (i.e. the VFW's building) was recently ravaged by a fire.  Because of this the VFW has been closed until the fire damage can be repaired.  Tim met with Lewistown Elks officer Bryson on November 11 about coordinating the upcoming year and will likely conduct a food drive with Bryson to assist the Salvation Army's food supply.
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Lockhaven: VFW: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and chocolate covered sugar cookies to two members for Commander Mike. Commander Mike has assisted us in collecting food for the Lockhaven Salvation Army for the last 2 years.  We have also donated hand-made quilts to this VFW, which Mike then distributed to children & grandchildren of post members.
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Lockhaven: Salvation Army: Here Tim drops off two cases of food to the Lockhaven Salvation Army.  We regularly drop off food to this pantry which we receive from personal donations, corporate donations, and Cmndr. Mike at the Lockhaven VFW, 
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Mifflintown: Juniata County Food Pantry: Here Tim drops off a food delivery to this pantry.  We have dropped off food two times last year and plan to drop off food at least three times next year.  Commander Bill at the Mifflintown American Legion assisted us with a food drive for the Juniata Food Bank.
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Mifflintown: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a letter to a Legion staff member to be given to Commander Bill thanking him for assisting us to collect food for the Juniata Food Bank.  We project that we will be doing another food drive at the Mifflintown Legion next year to collect food for the Juniata Food Bank.  This Legion is generous and cohesive. 
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Millville: Elks Lodge: Lodge manager Mae, a very sweet lady, has been assisting us collect food for the last two years for needy families in the Millville and Vineland area.  This lodge has helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser.  We have provided hand-made quilts to the lodge to give out to children of members.
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Milton: Milton Public School: The Kamp For Kids Kloset program has been initiated at Milton School.  We freely stock the district with school supplies and hand-made quilts for children at risk and children with special  needs.
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Milton: Milton Food Bank: Tim delivers two cases of chocolate covered sugar cookies to manager Linda of the Milton Food Bank.  We had been delivering food to the Milton Salvation Army but they recently discontinued their food distribution program.  This is our first year giving to the Milton Food Bank but we plan to continue.
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Mohnton: VFW: Quartermaster Layne has helped us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser the last three years and has helped us collect food for the Helping Harvest Food Bank.  We have also donated hand-made quilts to this VFW to distribute to children of Veterans.
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Montandon: American Legion: Tim regularly donates potatoes, chocolate pretzels, treats, hand-made quilts, and Girl Scout Cookies to this American Legion to either the Manager Mary, or the bar tender Laura. This American Legion has helped us collect food and helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraisers.
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Moorestown: Superhero Day: Kamp For Kids doesn't take guff even from Spiderman!  At this event 6 food trucks were present, vendors, bouncy houses, and most importantly Superheroes! We thank the Moorestown Mall for co-hosting this event with us.
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Nescopeck: VFW: Tim drops off three cases of Girl Scout Cookies.  VFW manager Kathy has assisted us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser, assisted us financially to supply sensory-friendly mats and school supplies for the Nescopeck Elementary School, and has assisted us in collecting food for the Salvation Army in Berwick PA. You will look far and wide to find a VFW this responsive to needs in the community!
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Nazareth: American Legion Post 415: Tim delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Commander Rich. Commander Rich has helped us provide food to the Second Harvest Food Bank the last 2 years and given generously to our camps.  Also, Tracy in the black shirt, a board member of  the Sons, recently gave a generous donation to Kamp For Kids 
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New Bloomfield: Perry County Food Bank: We have dellivered food to this pantry four times in the last year and have, with the help of the Duncannon VFW, been able to provide a substantial amount of food.
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Nazareth: Second Harvest Food Bank: Tim drops off food which is continuously collected by Commander Rich at American Legion Post 415 to give out to needy individuals
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New Brunswick: Salvation Army: Here Tim drops off hand dipped chocolate covered pretzels to this Salvation Army. We project Kamp For Kids will be delivering food to this Salvation Army three times this upcoming year.
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Newfield: Camp Malaga: Here professional football players come to a Kamp For Kids youth retreat at Camp Malaga to teach football drills and skills and interact with children at risk. Kamp For Kids also donated 30 brand new camp pillows to Ed Wentzel at Malaga Camp, and will soon be donating hand-made quilts to Ed to give out to children in the Newfield/Vineland/Millville area.
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Pennsauken: Food Bank of South Jersey: Here Tim drops off food to the Food Bank of South Jersey.  We drop food off here about 3 times per year.
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Norristown: Martha's Choice Food Pantry: Here Tim drops off our regular delivery of food to Martha's.  We deliver food to Martha's Choice Pantry 4-5 times per year.
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Pen Argyl: St. John Church Pantry: Tim drops off 3 cases of Girls Scout Cookies. Tim has donated food to the Pen Argyl Salvation Army for the last 3 years. Recently however, the Salvation Army began directing food donations to be dropped off at St. John's.
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Philadelphia: Philly Food Truck Festival next to the Eagles Stadium at FDR Park: At this annual festival we provide a day with 26 food trucks, over 100 vendors, bouncy houses, balloon animals, face painting, carnival games, free live local music all day, and free interaction for children with autism with professional and college athletes. 
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Philadelphia: The Owls For Autism Event at Lincoln Financial Field: At this event children with autism come to the Linc for free for the day. The event includes a tour of the stadium by the Eagles Staff, a T-Shirt, face painting, balloon animals, access to the Eagles Sensory-Friendly Room, and free attendance to the Navy-Temple game!
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Philadelphia: Pleasant Grove Community Church: Here Tim and Penni give out presents to needy children annually with the help of Pleasant Grove Leaders Lewis & Dottie Dicks.
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Phillipsburg: Catholic Charities:
Tim delivers 3 cases of food to Frank. Kamp For Kids has made regular food donations here for the last 2 years. Norton's Food Market in Phillipsburg continuously helps us collect food for this pantry.
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Phoenixville: VFW: Here Tim drops off a letter and chocolate to Quartermaster Jerry (with the hat) at the Phoenixville VFW.  A VFW staff member "Bing" has helped us collect food for the community and helped us with our annual chocolate pretzel fundraiser.
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Plymouth Meeting: Legoland: Here Kamp For Kids staff member Alex welcomes 250 children into a free day at Legoland.  This event is held annually during the holidays. Each children also receive a free holiday stocking and gift.
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Pottstown: The Ricketts Center: Here Tim drops off two cases of brand new camp pillows for Jocelyn Charles the program director for the center.  Jocelyn serves needy families in the Pottstown area.  Kamp For Kids has freely provided food, supermarket gift cards, holiday presents, and pictures with Santa for these children with the assistance of the Knights of Columbus.
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Quakertown: Quakertown Food Bank: We deliver food to this food bank 4-5 times per year with the help of the Quakertown American Legion and several corporate and personal food donations.
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Scranton: American Legion: Tim picks up food donations and drops off Girl Scout Cookies to Commander Rob, truly one of the nicest people we have ever worked with! Commander Rob has helped us collect food for the Keystone Shelter for three years and has helped us raise money with our chocolate pretzels fundraiser for the last five years.
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Shamokin: Moose Lodge: Here Dan, (with the green shirt), the manager of the Shamokin Moose Lodge, hosts a free bowling day for children with autism.  Denise (gray shirt) brought about 25 children with special needs from the Shamokin Elementary School. Meanwhile Bernie (black coat & glasses) donates check for $600 to Kamp For Kids on behalf of Majik Rental Corporation. Thank you Bernie! Thank you Dan for co-hosting this autism event with Kamp For Kids!
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Souderton: Indian Valley Boys and Girls Club: Here Kamp For Kids freely supplies chocolate pretzels for Boys and Girls Club fundraising. Some of the funds were used to create a "Buddy Bench" where kids sit when they need a friend.
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Reading: Helping Harvest Food Bank: Here Tim drops off food staples to this food bank.  We deliver food to this pantry three times per year with the help of the Quartermaster Layne at the Mohnton VFW.  
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Scranton: Keystone Mission Shelter: We have regularly donated food & blankets here for the last three years thanks to the help of Giant Supermarket, American Legion Post 568, and the help of many in the community! Here Tim drops off 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies.
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Shippensburg: Katie's Place: Tim drops off three cases of food to Katie's Place. We have dropped off food here regularly for the last three years.  Katie's Place is run by Jerome. We consider Jerome our friend. He always has a kind word, and takes time out of his day for everyone.  He is a very highly respected charitable icon in the Shippensburg community.
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State College: State College Food Bank: Here Tim drops off a case of food to this pantry.  We have dropped off to this food bank items such as hand-made chocolate covered pretzels, cookies, canned food, pasta, and also food collected from the State College American Legion.
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Phoenixville: PACS: Here Tim drops off a case of food to the PACS food bank.  We have provided food for this pantry for the last three years, with the help of the Phoenixville VFW, the Phoenixville Foodery, and personal donations. 
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Pottstown: Knights of Columbus: Franco the President coordinates with us to freely provide presents, treats, a Holiday meal, hand-made quilts, and pictures with Santa to needy children in the Pottstown area. Franco also assists us to collect food and supermarket gift cards for needy families.  Franco has the biggest heart of anyone we work with!
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Quakertown: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and a case of Peeps. Legion President Tony has assisted us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last three years and collected food for us to give to the Quakertown Food Bank.
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Schuylkill Haven: Appalachian Mountain near Schuylkill Haven and Kempton PA: Here Kamp For Kids takes children to the top of the Appalachian Mountain overlooking Schuylkill, Berks, & Lehigh Counties.
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Shamokin: Shamokin Public School District: Tim drops off school supplies to Shamokin School.  This hereby initiates Shamokin as a Kamp For Kids Kloset School.  We will, so long as resources allow us, continue to provide free school supplies to this school.
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Shippensburg: VFW: Here Tim drops off a free invitation to the autism day at the Eagles Stadium to the VFW, as well as a case of Samoas. Quartermaster Kelly at this VFW has helped us collect food for Katie's Place Pantry in Shippensburg for the last two years.
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State College: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and Samoas to Legion Officer Richie. Legion Commander Rich has financially supported Kamp For Kids, and has assisted us in collecting food for the State College Food Bank.  This Legion is always collecting food for the community whether we are doing a food drive or not.  Commander Rich and his board are very generous!
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Sunbury: American Legion: Here President Joe and Tim pose for a pic.  I truly consider President Joe to be a friend. He is always available and willing to speak about ways we can partner to help the community. He has helped with food collection, fundraisers, and spreading the word about our free autism events. 
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Sunbury: Salvation Army: We regularly drop off chocolate pretzels, food staples, cookies, and treats to this Salvation Army.  President Joe of the Sunbury American Legion assists us to collect food staples to supply to the Salvation Army Food Pantry.
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Tamaqua: Tuscarora State Park Between Tamaqua & Shenandoah: Here Kamp For Kids takes children for day trips, to enjoy a delicious lunch, swimming in the picturesque lake, Volleyball, and relaxation.
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Trenton: Salvation Army & Trenton School District: Pic on left: Here Tim drops off two cases of food to two Salvation Army Volunteers.  We drop off food here about 3 times per year.  Pic on right: We also donated school supplies to the entire Trenton School District! I.E. Trenton Highschool, Trenton Middle Schools, and Trenton Elementary Schools.
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Vineland: Salvation Army: Here Tim delivers and invitation to our free Eagles autism event and three boxes of food to the Salvation Army.  We have delivered food regularly to this pantry for the last two years.  Mae, a manager at the Elks Lodge in Millville NJ has helped us collect food for this pantry for the last two years.
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Wilkes-Barre: Salvation Army: Tim drops off 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies. We regularly deliver items such as chocolate covered pretzels, potatoes, Girl Scout Cookies, & basic food staples to this Salvation Army.  This is thanks to help from officer John at the Black Diamond American Legion which collects a large amount of food for us!
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Williamsport: American Rescue Workers: Here Tim drops off two cases of food to this pantry.  We drop off food regularly to this pantry, which we receive from companies, personal donations, and, the South Williamsport American Legion.
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Williamsport: American Legion: Gay, pictured above, a staff member at this Legion, has helped us collect food for the American Rescue Workers in Williamsport, and assisted us with our chocolate pretzels fundraiser for several years.  Here Tim drops off a thank you letter to this legion, as well as cookies.
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Wrightsville: Methodist Hope Pantry: We dropped food off here two times last year and plan to drop food off three times in upcoming year. Michelle, the manager of the Wrightsville American Legion has helped us collect food for this pantry on several occasions.
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Wrightsville: American Legion: Here Tim drops off a thank you letter and numerous boxes of Samoas to the Legion.  Legion treasurer Kurt has helped us distribute hand-made quilts to children of Veterans. Legion President Joe and Legion Manager Michelle have helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last four years. This Legion has helped us collect food for the Methodist Hope Food Bank in Wrightsville.
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York: Our Daily Bread Pantry: Here Tim drops off a case of food to this pantry.  For the previous 2 years we dropped food off regularly to the York Catholic Charities Pantry, but we are now directing our regular food donations to Our Daily Bread Pantry.
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York: VFW: Commander Otto at this VFW has assisted us with our annual chocolate pretzels fundraiser for the last three years and has helped us collect food the the York community.  The staff at this VFW is remarkably friendly and welcoming.