YAKIMA, Wash.-- Camp Prime Time in Yakima has launched a new campaign to help raise money for their services.
The new campaign, called "25 for $25", urges people to donate 25 dollars and get 25 people to do the same. It's in honor of the camp's 25th anniversary. The camp is a place for seriously ill and disabled children to experience the outdoors with their families.
"It gives them a weekend away to just enjoy each other as a family. So, supporting this gives these families a chance to have a break and take a deep breath of fresh air and just enjoy each other and reconnect again as a family," says Diane Eilmes of Camp Prime Time.
If you would like to donate to camp prime time you can head to their website here, or call them at 248-2854.