Lowcountry Orphan Relief is proud to announce our third year of Camp Foster running under our new program, Foster the Future. Under this program we aim to provide a safe environment where we can educate youth, who have absent parental encouragement in all circumstances, to develop necessary life skills and knowledge to become productive and independent adults. We will do this by collaborating with both professional and non-professional individuals, support systems and programs to assist youth in achieving self-sufficiency.
Not only is our mission specific to life skills, but our reach expands beyond youth in State’s care, accessible to all youth who have the desire to excel but lack adequate parental guidance. Classes will cover categories such as: Basic Legal, Work Skills, Self-Knowledge Skills, Living Skills, Health Habits, Money Management, Relationship Skills and Higher Education.
Our Camp Foster will take place in July of 2017 . We are seeking volunteers to help teach 1 hour life skills classes. If you have the skills and desire to teach these children from the categories listed above, please contact Danielle Young at: 843-747-4099 x 210 or email: dyoung@LOR4kids.org
We feel that all youth deserve the opportunity to develop life skills and knowledge necessary to become productive and independent adults.
This is a wonderful opportunity for you to help inspire the youth of our community. If we all help to advance their chance for long-term career and relationship success, we are ultimately impacting the greater community.