2023 Will See a Return to Traditional Youth Camps, AND...
During the Annual Board Meeting, President & CEO, Stephen Mabry, discussed the successes of TLC's program, which has been unapologetically aimed directly at families during the summers of 2021 and 2022. "The family unit is facing more challenges than at any other point in my lifetime" said Stephen, "and TLC's response has been commensurate to offer support and relief". Stephen elaborated, "that our mission has been simple over the past two years, "to draw the family unit closer together, through shared experience and as our after-action evaluation from our participants demonstrates, we have done that with pin-point accuracy."
"Those who know me best, know me to be an 'AND' person, meaning part of my next-leveling of TLC is to go the extra mile wherever possible and offer that next thing to inspire and delight our constituents", said Stephen. While TLC's program is subject to public policy, both at home and abroad, the Board and I fully intend to see a return to traditional youth camps in 2023 and will offer week-long, residential youth camps for children who have physical disabilities during the month of June, type-1 diabetes for two weeks of the first half of July and family camps for the remaining two weeks of July.
Registration for camp is now open and will continue until all sessions are full. Start making your plans today, Summer Camp 2023 is around the corner, and we are looking forward to warmly welcoming your children and you home.