Wednesday, May 15, 2013

A letter from National Inclusion Project

May 8, 2013

Deborah Brand
867 W. Hospital Rd Lot 35
Paoli, IN  47454-9669

Dear Deborah

For most Children, going to camp is an exciting time. A place to make new friends, learn new skills and have fun. However, due to lack of training and program funding, many children with disabilities are never given the opportunity to participate in camp or any other recreational experience. The National Inclusion Project is working to solve this problem. Thanks to your support over the past 10 years, we have worked with over 200 community programs so that 50,00 children can enjoy the fun and friendship that come with camp. But we still have more to do!

To celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we are adding a little twist to our annual fundraising drive and conducting the 200 kids Campaign! Our goal is to raise $50,000 to enable programs to include 200 kids in camp ($250 per child). And to thank you for your support, IF we reach our $50,000 goal by July 28, 2013(our official anniversary), to donors will be randomly selected to present to 200kids Campaign check to our co-founders, Clay Aiken and Diane Bubel on stage at our Champions Gala on October 12th in Charlotte, NC.

To make a difference in a child's life and help us reach our 200 kids goal, go online at or mail us a check with the enclosed card. And remember, these kids need your help regardless of your plans to attend the Gala.

We hope you will join us in celebrating our fist 10 years by participating in the 200 kids campaign. Your donation will help the project ensure that EVERY child has the opportunity to participate. Join us in reaching our goal to make sure that no child sits on the sideline.

On behalf of ALL children, thank you for making a difference!

 *For more details on the 200 Kid.Campaign and to follow our progress visit

Jerry Aiken
Executive Director


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