- UCLA UniCamp
- 13th Annual UCLA UniCamp Camp-A-Thon
- Wilderness Adventures in Leadership & Learning 2015
- Stefanie Johnston
The Fundraising Page of Stefanie Johnston
A team fundraising campaign for UCLA UniCamp
A Message From Stefanie Johnston
Hello friends and family,
This is my fourth year in UCLA UniCamp. I joined UniCamp as a freshman and I immediately discovered my love of working with kids and I was inspired by the dedication of my fellow volunteers and the true love that our campers have for their week of camp. UniCamp has taught me the power of service and the meaning of empowerment and connection with others.
This year for the first time I will be participating in W.A.L.L. (Wilderness Adventures in Leadership and Learning). This program involves working with high school campers and together we will explore ideas of leadership. In addition we will be hiking for 26 miles and experiencing nature for 4 days. I hope that our hike and hopefully our summit to the top of Mount San Gorgonio will inspire us all to have confidence to face life's challenges.
Our hike isn't possible without fundraising. My goal this year is $2,015. The cost for WALL is $680 per participant, including advisors. So 3 advisors and 8 kids on average x 680 is the cost for a week. This covers transportation up and down the mountain, food, Wilderness First-aid Responder (OA) guides, and maintenance and upkeep on the gear. So we are actually fundraising to bring all of our campers up!
I appreciate your help and support. Any donation no matter how big or small will help make a difference.
Much Woodsey Love,
raised of $2,015 goal
Location / Venue
- UCLA Sunset Canyon Recreation Center
- Los Angeles
- 90024, USA
- May 17, 2015 07:00 am to
- Mar 05, 2015 11:00 pm
About This Campaign
All proceeds from this event go towards sending under-served youth to camp this summer. The student’s goal this year is to raise $290,000. This will help UCLA UniCamp give over 1,300 campers a summer camping experience.
Join us in this great cause. UCLA UniCamp is a tradition at UCLA that is entering its 80th summer of camp. Every year there are hundreds of under-served children that may not be dreaming of a bright future. Help us provide these kids with the tools to change their stars and give them the chance to dream big and succeed. Thank you in advance for your interest and your contribution.