The TEDxAtlanta Community is working to bring a Summer of Possibility to the kids of the Boulevard corridor through summer-camp scholarships, internships and entrepreneurial mentoring.
Think back on your own life, to a time when someone gave you an experience that opened your eyes to new ideas, new opportunities, new ways of seeing the world. We want to give the kids of Boulevard that same experience. A summer of possibility. A summer that could usher in years of positive change for this historic neighborhood.
Our most immediate challenge is to raise the money needed to cover summer-camp tuition for the kids of Boulevard. It costs an average of $110 to send one child to camp for a week. Can you cover at least one week? Can you donate more?
Whatever you can put toward this effort, please move quickly. Our goal is to have scholarships in place for the kids of Boulevard when their school year ends mid-May.
I'll sponsor a child for one week of camp ($110.00)
I'll sponsor a child for two weeks of camp ($220.00)
I'll sponsor a child for one month of camp ($440.00)
I'll sponsor a child for the summer ($880.00)
I'd like to contribute another amount.
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“Operation PEACE is amazing. They do stuff other after schools don’t do.”
“The teachers are very helpful, and it is great having their support.”
“Many teens do not get this opportunity and this made me very appreciative.”
“This is something that I really look forward to during the summer time.”
“I am ready for another year of fun and excitement, especially this year.”
“I’ve had a lot of fun on those trips and have learned so much about my heritage and culture!!”
“I will be sure to make a donation to Operation P.E.A.C.E.!”
“I can't wait till school is out and I am also looking forward to summer camp.”
“I have been to Florida and Virginia Beach with Operation PEACE. We had an awesome time.”
“I have also made some new friends since attending Operation PEACE.”
“We have gone on several interesting trips while I have been attending the program.”
“Operation PEACE had been my home away from home.”