Dear Friends,

Due to the heightened Covid-19 concerns, we believe it’s best that we cancel the Nash New Year’s Eve Bash, for the first time in 20 years. We are praying for everyone to stay safe!

 

For those of you who normally support this event, we appreciate your consideration in making an end-of-the-year (tax-deductible) donation to Champions Kids Camp. In January, another large deposit will be due for Camp 2021. This will be our 20th year! Without the help of friends like you, we would not still be here to help these special kids “get past what they’ll never get over." This pandemic has added trauma on top of the trauma they have already experienced, and they need the “emotional healing” that happens at camp.

 

Thank you for your continued support, and may you all have a very Happy New Year!

 

God Bless,

Bill Nash

 

ABOUT CHAMPIONS KIDS CAMP

Our Mission: To nurture children who have survived a traumatic injury, illness, or personal loss, such as the loss of a parent or sibling.

Champions Kids Camp was founded in 2001 by Singer/Songwriters, Bill & Kim Nash, in honor of their oldest son, Billy, who survived childhood Leukemia.  Through a week-long camp, children between the ages of 8 and 12 are able to heal from the “emotional scarring” they have experienced in their young lives.

Over the years, CKC has helped thousands of children to move past their trauma, which gives them improved self-esteem & social skills, reduced fear and anxiety, higher grades in school, and the tools to become a productive part of our community.

The main objective at camp is to help instill a sense of pride in every child and let them know that they’re not victims, they’re survivors, and therefore, Champions!

Champions Kids Camp is a non-profit organization that was created in the summer of 2001. 501(c)(3) #05-0541975

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TESTIMONIAL:

"Champions Kids Camp lets these special “survivors” just be kids! For a week…they get to forget about how tough their battles have been. For a week magic happens through the music they make! And when the week is over the magic doesn’t end!"

- Dr. ZoAnn Dreyer

Texas Children's Hospital