The Little Rock Foundation hosts an annual summer camp for visually impaired and blind children.
The Camp will be held on the beautiful grounds of the YMCA Camp Ockanickon in Medford, New Jersey. It will host opportunities for a full camp experience including hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, low ropes course, talent show, camp program crafts and many other camp related activities. Lunch and snack will be provided each day as well as dinner on the evening of the sleepover and breakfast the following morning. The camp will be fully staffed by Camp Ockanickon, The Little Rock Foundation staff members and volunteers.
This camp is being offered for free to all visually impaired and blind children, ages 7 - 16, who are affiliated with a state agency for the visually impaired or blind. Parents interested in this exciting opportunity should contact the Little Rock Foundation for an application and information packet, call toll free (877)220-2500, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can download an application below and return it completed to:
The Little Rock Foundation, 1 Pembrooke Drive, Voorhees, NJ 08043.
Hosted by The Little Rock Foundation, "Cooking without Looking" was the first workshop designed to teach blind and visually impaired children the real world experience of cooking. You have the opportunity to learn about herbs and spices, cutting, mixing ingredients, kitchen safety and cooking your own meal. Techniques are instructed by a certified Chef.
Children ages 10 -18
Seating is limited