Welcome to the Voice of Hope SOAR Summer Camp!
It’s All About the Kids!
Be a summer camp ’23 sponsor. You can help provide field trips, educational activities, fun games, t shirts and more. Summer Camp is expensive and we need your help to keep the price of camp to a minimum and within reach for families.
By donating you can help enrich a child’s life, help them continue and maintain the learning they achieved over the school year, grow in their faith & possibly give them the gift of a summer they will never forget.
Plus, match your donation dollar for dollar up to a total of $50,000
Summer Soar Begins June 5th!
Summer Camp Sponsorship Opportunities
Field Trip Sponsors
$600 can send 120 kids to the Aquatics Center.
“One area of concern that persists is water safety for minority kids, who are less likely to have strong swimming skills and face an increased risk of drowning.” USA Swimming
$200 sends 120 kids to the Perot Museum
Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth and the National Household Education Survey (Bradley et al. 2001a, Corwyn & Bradley 2000) indicate that children from poor families have less access to a wide variety of different recreational and learning materials from infancy through adolescence. They are less likely to go on trips, visit a library or museum, attend a theatrical performance, or be given lessons directed at enhancing their skills. Access to such material and cultural resources mediates the relation between SES (or family income) and children’s intellectual and academic achievement from infancy through adolescence (Bradley1994,Bradley&Corwyn 2001)
$2,000 provides students and staff with summer camp shirts.
For more sponsor opportunities contact us at 214.631.7027 ext 120
MAKING SUMMER MEANINGFUL
COUNTDOWN TO SOAR 2023
This Year's Camp is
The Summer of Adventure
You can make it possible for a child to have a meaningful and educationally enriching summer!
Give the gift of Summer!
SOAR SUMMER DAY CAMP is our state-licensed summer program that scholars attend Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Scholars engage in the following:
– games with peers
– opportunities to expand STEM and reading skills
– team projects in the community (example: tending to the on-site garden)
– taking on challenges and activities with peers to build leadership and collaborative skills
– working with volunteers who provide “mini camps” related to their fields (example: sport camps such as fishing, baseball, basketball, and more! Including music, art, and dance!)
– continuing to broaden exposure to various hobbies + jobs + curricula
– & more