Kids Summer Camp 2019
Kids Summer Camp offers up to 20 children from all over New Zealand a chance to try new activities and make some lasting friendships. Blind Foundation staff that specialize in child development, sport and recreation activities and social development will be making sure everyone has the best time possible. Volunteers that were once children on camp themselves act as role models ensuring everything runs smoothly.
Who can attend?
Blind Foundation members aged 8 – 14 years that are independent in self-care and mobility. Children must be able to follow verbal instructions and add to social situations.
What can you expect?
A fun packed week, with plenty of opportunities to try new sports and camp activities. Some of these could include goalball, challenge ropes, swimming, tandem biking, arts and crafts, kayaking and waterslide.
Kids will stay in cabin style bunkrooms; have plenty of good food and enjoy evening talent shows, dancing and dress-ups.
$200 or 3 days ‘Carer Support’
Where is it?
Mi Camp, 100 Rawhira Road, Waitetoko, RD 2, Turangi
We strongly encourage parents to pick up and drop off kids, but where possible, staff may be able to assist with transport; this will be arranged once accepted onto programme.
How do I apply?
Please complete and return registration forms by 1 October 2018 to Jo Hagele firstname.lastname@example.org
Recreation and Community Advisor or post to Braille House, 121 Adelaide Road, Mt Cook, Wellington.
Late registrations will not be considered.
Payment will be required upon acceptance of position. If payment is going to be a barrier to participation, please get in touch as we do have scholarships available to help toward transport and/or Camp costs.
Numbers are limited and there is a selection process, meaning not everyone who applies is guaranteed a place.
For more information please do not hesitate to contact myself or Latesha Sharp on email@example.com