100 Cars For Good: Camp Caseyclose
Camp Casey of Royal Oak, Michigan, won a new Tundra pickup on Day 21 of our 2011 100 Cars for Good on Day program.
Camp Casey can now double its famous “horsey house calls” and visit the homes of young cancer patients for a day of fun with their families and friends – not just in the greater Detroit area, but across the state. Watch the video to see how Camp Casey’s visits help young people forget, at least for a little while, that they’re patients and let them just be kids. Hear Molly Reeser, Camp Casey’s Founder and Director, explain how the organization helps kids learn how to ride a horse for the first time – a lesson in overcoming challenges and fears that the folks at Camp Casey hope young patients will carry into their treatment.
It’s clear that just one car can make a big difference. So imagine the good 100 cars could do. To learn more and to help other great organizations accomplish even more in their communities, follow 100 Cars for Good on Facebook at www.100carsforgood.com and on Twitter at #100cars.