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Program Locations

PICTURES OF PROGRAM LOCATIONS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY TOWN:
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Absecon: American Legion: November 17 Kamp for Kids dropped off an invitation to our free autism event at Lincoln Financial Field and brand new camp pillows for children of Veterans. They have agreed to assist us in collecting 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 Kamp for Kids gave an invitation to our free autism event at Lincoln Financial Field and several cases of Samoas to the AC Salvation Army.  We have dropped off food staples, chocolate pretzels, and cookies to this pantry three times this last year.  
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Bangor: Kamp for Kids donated three cases of Girl Scout Cookies. This location has helped Kamp For Kids collect food for the Pen Argyl-Bangor area for the last three years.
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Berwick: Berwick School District:
This is a Kamp For Kids Kloset Location. Here Kamp for Kids 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:
Kamp for Kids donated 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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Brick Township: Destiny Community Food Bank: Here Kamp for Kids 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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Berwick: Salvation Army:
Kamp for Kids drops off Girl Scout Cookies and 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. They have indicated that they will likely be sponsoring a child to go to a Kamp For Kids camp.
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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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Bloomsburg: Bloomsburg Food Pantry: Kamp for Kids 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 Kamp for Kids.  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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Carbondale: Catholic Social Services:
Kamp for Kids 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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Carlisle: American Legion: Here Kamp for Kids drops off a thank you letter and Girl Scout Cookies to this Legion.  They have 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: Kamp for Kids 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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Carlisle: Project Share Food Pantry:
Here Kamp for Kids drops off two cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Project Share. 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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Chambersburg: American Legion:  Kamp for Kids drops off a case of cookies and a thank you letter to the Chambersburg Legion.  They have helped us with our chocolate pretzel fundraiser for the last four years and have helped us collect food for the community. 
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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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Dallas: Methodist Back Mountain Food Pantry: Kamp for Kids 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 Harveys Lake American Legion to collect food.
Danville: Ronald McDonald House: Kamp for Kids 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:   Kamp for Kids has regularly donated potatoes, food, hand-made quilts, and treats to the American Legion to distribute to Veterans. They helped Kamp For Kids collect food and items for the Ronald McDonald House.

Duncannon: Susquenita School District Community: This is our newest Kamp For Kids Kloset Location at which we will providing school supplies for children in need. They received 9 boxes of school supplies from Kamp for Kids.

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Duncannon: VFW: Kamp for Kids drops off hand-made quilts and camp pillows to the most generous VFW in PA!  They raised $2600 for Kamp For Kids last year and have 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: Kamp for Kids delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies.  They 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.
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Easton: Safe Harbor Shelter: Tim delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies to Shelter Manager. Kamp For Kids has made regular food donations here for the last three years. 
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Easton: Brown-Lynch American Legion:  Kamp for Kids delivers 3 cases of Girl Scout Cookies. 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.
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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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Hanover: American Legion: This Legion accepts a thank you letter and a case of Samoas from Kamp for Kids. They have 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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Elizabethtown: American Legion:
Kamp for Kids have donated potatoes, chocolate pretzels, 3 cases of Samoas, and hand-made quilts for children of Veterans to this Legion. They have  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. 
Elizabethtown: Community Cupboard: Kamp for Kids 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 the picture above, we donated 8 large bags of clothing.
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Gettysburg: Adams County Shelter: Adams County Shelter received two cases of Somoas from Kamp for Kids  We have also 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: Kamp for Kids 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: New Hope Food Pantry: Here Kamp for Kids 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: Kamp for Kids drops off three cases of Girl Scout Cookies. The treasurer 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 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 Kamp for Kids 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 Kamp for Kids donates two boxes of chocolate pretzels to VFW manager.  Brooke is helping us to collect food for families in need in the community.
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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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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.