Skagit BigFoot Fest 2023 will be collecting donations for two Skagit County organizations that are all about the kids! Bigfoot only hangs out with the coolest of kids, so he absolutely agrees they deserve all the support and recognition this year! Join us in celebrating and supporting the future of Skagit!
Our mission is to make a meaningful difference in our community. Every year, we carefully select local nonprofit organizations that resonate deeply with our values and goals.
This year, we are proud to support two exceptional organizations: Children of the Valley and Camp Korey.
Children of the Valley is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in our community. Through their programs and services, they provide vital support in areas such as education and social welfare. By supporting Children of the Valley, we aim to ensure that every child has access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive.
Camp Korey is a special place where children facing serious medical conditions can experience the magic of camp. At Camp Korey, these brave children can be themselves, have fun, and create lifelong memories, all in a safe and supportive environment. By backing Camp Korey, we aim to provide these children with a transformative and empowering camp experience.
With your generous contributions and support, we can make a significant impact on the lives of children in our community. Together, we can help Children of the Valley and Camp Korey continue their remarkable work, bringing hope, joy, and positive change to those who need it most. Join us in making a difference today. Your involvement and contributions are greatly appreciated. Together, we can create a brighter future for children in the Valley.
Children of the Valley is an after-school program. They provide a positive, caring, and supportive environment for children of low-income families that values and respects each child’s God given potential, while offering a variety of cultural enrichment activities as well as academic support.
Since 2006, Children of the Valley has been at the forefront of local efforts to ensure that children in need are given equal opportunity to learn, feel supported, and thrive in all aspects of their young lives. We believe that every action taken on behalf of these children – positive word-of-mouth, donation, sponsorship, or volunteer hours – starts a ripple of change that reaches far and wide. It is our goal to positively impact the lives of the children and families we serve, creating a better future for us all.
For more information and ways to get involved visit their website.
Their purpose is to create empowering, adaptive year-round programs for children and their families living with life-altering medical conditions, free of charge. Their foundational pillars are safety, friendship, inclusion, equity, and fun.
Camp Korey is named for Korey Rose, a vivacious teen who lost his battle with bone cancer at age eighteen. His father, Tim Rose, founded Camp Korey in 2005 with his family to honor Korey’s memory and create a safe haven for other families dealing with childhood illness and serious medical conditions. Paul Newman’s SeriousFun Camps, which he established in 1988, inspired Tim to extend the privilege of “raising a little hell” to kids in the Northwest. Camp Korey operated as an “on-the-road” program for three years before moving to the City of Carnation in June 2008 and launching into its first two camper sessions just two weeks later. In the summer of 2016 Camp Korey purchased a 200-acre property in Mount Vernon with plans to expand conditions and numbers served.
For more information, and ways to get involved visit their website.
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