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Every once in awhile you stumble upon a life changing idea.

k2c_image-logo2Last year we sent over 400 needy kids to Warm Beach Camp through our scholarship program Kids 2 Camp.

Giving kids the time of their lives can change their futures. Kids 2 Camp gives these kids the opportunity to make life-changing decisions and lasting friendships.

But I got to thinking. How could we send more kids . . .
. . . to camp in spite of a tough economy? And then Jeff Ericson at Camano Island Coffee Roasters reached out to me. Jeff suggested that supporters of Warm Beach Camp could support Kids2Camp with money they already spend — money already spent on coffee.

S200_papua-newguinea_cutout-logoo here’s the idea . . .
For every dollar you spend on Camano Island Coffee, they will donate 10% to Kids2Camp. With just your cup of coffee you can change a needy kid’s life.

To get you started Camano Island Coffee will give you a FREE pound of coffee.

Click here and see the 3 Steps to Making a Difference in a needy kid’s life with coffee!

 

Thank you,

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Ed McDowell, Executive Director
Warm Beach Camp
Life changes here

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