A lot of people have a lot of Great things to say about Camp Jinka!
You can leave a thought at the bottom!
Tim Kelly (Artist)
"Last night while making art together, two girls (Mikayla & Jamie) began talking about brain tumors. Jamie mentioned that her Mom has one and Mikayla that her Dad passed away from one. There was a brief pause, then Jamie, in a caring tone said, "I am sorry for your loss". Mikayla responded, "Thank you" with a smile and they continued to make art and chat together."
As witness, the artist Tim Kelly knew that these brainstorm sessions make a difference.
I went to see the show last week with friends and I was very moved by the wonderful work that you and Camp Linka are doing for the children. My name is Ken Evans and I am the president of a senior cummunity in Toms River New Jersey. Sonja Watts is a member of our board and the grandmother of two of the children in the program. I had mentioned to Sonja and her daughter that I would love to see this exhibit come to our clubhouse. The art work of these children was amazing and I think our seniors would love it. If this is at all possible please advise. It was mentioned that possibly it would be shown in Beachwood and if it is I would like to know time and date so we can advise our community to come and see it. Thanks you again for the opportunity allowing the public to see the work you are doing for these children and their families.
When asked to think of my favorite/ most impactful event I find difficulty in narrowing it down to just one. Foundations That Matter is a living, breathing entity which provides wholesome, healing support in a number of different styles and forums. For me, that's the most impactful quality of the organization. Camps for kids, creative functions, discussion panels, and medical advancements are benefits to those involved but for me, it is the loving support that exists within the community that warms my heart. I am blessed to be a survivor, but more-so to be involved with such a beautiful organization.
"Are they doing the camp next year? I miss my friends."