Karen Moyer joined Marilyn Russell Sunday to share details of the Moyer Foundation’s Summer Camps, Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa. Camp Erin is a child bereavement camp serving more than 12,600 children since it’s inception in 2002.Camp Mariposa is a free, first of it’s kind program created in 2007 by the Moyer Foundation hosting kids on weekends cope with a parent who abuses alcohol or illicit drugs (more than 8.3 million kids live with at least one parent who abuses or is dependent on alcohol or drugs).
Karen and her husband Jamie created the Moyer Foundation, a non-profit organization with a mission to provide comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction. Since it’s inception, the Foundation has raised more than $26 million to assist hundreds of organization and programs that directly serve children in need. Look for the Emmy-Award Winning documentary “One Last Hug, 3-Days at Grief Camp” on HBO all this month.
TUNE in to hear how you can help – it’s easy to donate on their website, or buy a ticket or 2 to an upcoming fundraiser in Philadelphia September 10th.
Details: The Moyer Foundation’s annual Champions for Children Luncheon in Philadelphia will bring together business leaders, community partners, and individuals to celebrate and support our mission of providing comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction.
The Jamie Moyer Legends Award will be presented to Chase Utley, second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies, and his wife, Jennifer Utley, Co-Founders of The Utley Foundation.
The Community All-Star Award will be presented to Daniel J. Hilferty, President & CEO, Independence Blue Cross.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The Union League
140 South Broad
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Tix and info: click here!