Each year a number of amazing figures, factoids, and fabulous people contribute to making The Goodtimes Project successful in our mission of providing no-cost programming to local children and families affected by cancer. The annual report is our way of communicating our progress and celebrating the people behind the success.
Our 33rd year of summer camp also brought forth a new vision for the charity, an executive director, and an exciting momentum for our future.
225 cancer patients, survivors, and their siblings were served by June and July Camps along with 9 young adult survivors during our Kayak Adventure Camp.
The 13th Annual Wine Auction set records and our 4th Annual Drive-a-thon was a rousing success.
In this, our 32nd summer camp season, we served 207 campers across our two Camp Goodtimes sessions and our Kayak Adventure Camp. In addition, 142 full-time volunteer staffers we at our side providing care and support.
Welcome to our inaugural year as the newly minted The Goodtimes Project, but the 31st year of Camp Goodtimes. We had 206 campers and a whopping 161 full-time volunteer staffers who supported us along the way.
what will the future hold
As a non-profit, every year is an important year to meet our donation goals, of both money and time. Join us in ensuring that our camp programs remain a constant source of joy and enrichment for the hundreds of families we serve each year.