There is a great initiative going to get kids to camp. And not just any camp, but a nudist camp.
Kids Kamp 2022, Cedar Trails Nudist Retreat
I heard about this initiative while listening to the New Nudist Podcast.
(You can listen to that episode here.)
First off, and don’t hold this against me, I have nothing with “children”. I never wanted them of my own and I have succeeded in that very well. That being said, I know the value of children, and what they can mean for ‘us’, being humanity.
The podcast is one long interview with Rick Sloan, the person who started Kids Kamp over a decade ago. Don’t be alarmed, it’s a very interesting and informative interview. The things that are talked about all touched me.
Nudism / naturism.
The health aspect of our lifestyle.
The mentioning of a therapist who suggested a family to visit a nudist resort!
The opportunity for children to learn and experience something first hand.
Hello, what’s not to like in this line-up? (Yes, of course, there are always things that someone won’t like, but really…)
At the moment of writing, the donations reach $6,785 dollars:
If you listen to the podcast, you will hear that this kind of camp does cost a lot of money. Something that I think is awesome: naturists can sponsor children to have this week of camp. Children from parents who can’t afford this. Doing something like this is paying it forward. It’s putting kids in a safe and healthy environment, smack in the middle of naturists, and they learn some great things too!
What’s not to like? AANR Mid-West is helping out. AANR is helping out. Children who were sponsored to enjoy this week are helping out by volunteering. If you have 1, 5 or 10 dollars to spare, help Rick and Susan with this cause, please.
If you want to make a donation, or visit the GoFundme-page yourself to check it out, you can go here.
Yes. I donated.