Letter: Thanks for supporting Project 18 | AspenTimes.com

Letter: Thanks for supporting Project 18

Project 18 at Snowmass Chapel just wrapped up a summer jam-packed with activities for kids in the valley, and it would not have been possible without the generosity of so many. Camp SMashBox hosted 176 campers this summer during four weeks of crazy fun including two overnight excursions. In addition, we road-tripped with a group of 15 high-school students to Southern California for “Surf & Serve,” a week of service and volunteering at a variety of locations, and still another group of awesome high schoolers planned and hosted the second annual Kindergarten Readiness Camp for 13 incoming students.

Without the support and generosity of our community it simply wouldn’t be possible for us to offer these programs. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the town of Snowmass Village and Related/Snowmass Hospitality for their generous grants, which impacted the lives of more than 200 Roaring Fork Valley kids and beyond.

Project 18 helps families raise kids with character and integrity, and we create experiences for kids to lead extraordinary lives. Thank you to all our donors for making this possible!

Charla Belinski, and Adam and Kara Gilbert

Project 18, Snowmass Chapel

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