CulinaryCorps is excited to announce that we will be returning for a **fifth** time to Camp Sunshine for our 2020 culinary outreach trip!
A year-round facility on Maine’s Lake Sebago, Camp Sunshine has been supporting children with life-threatening illnesses and their families for over 30 years. We feel so lucky to have been a part of the magic that happens there; and we are honored to be invited to return once again.
Our 10-person chef-volunteer team will once again launch our World of Flavors cooking program during the camp’s August oncology session culminating in the much-anticipated Top Chef Sunshine competition. This CulinaryCorps designed curriculum includes internationally-inspired, hands-on cooking classes for all ages as well as delicious family-oriented activities peppered throughout the week.
But to create this bespoke culinary experience for the camp, we need to fund the logistics including the following:
1. Recipe ingredients ($1,000)
2. Cooking equipment and uniforms ($1,000)
3. Trip insurance ($850)
4. Meals for our volunteers ($750)
5. Housing in Portland ($2,500)
6. Ground transportation ( $1,500)
Your donations are more important to us than ever since every dollar you donate...
...Goes directly to our trip expenses and project partners. We're 100% volunteer run.
...Is tax deductible
...Makes a delicious impact on kids who need it most.
Please consider making your pledge, in any amount, today! Every cent counts.
With all our thanks,
Christine Carroll, Executive Director
Aimee Bariteau, Trip Leader
ps: Click on the video for Trip Leader and Ford Warrior in Pink, Aimee Bariteau , explaining our mission at Camp Sunshine.