Giving Back to Camp is the Best Medicine

 

What if there was a place kids with a severe illness could go and forget – if just for a week – they were sick? They could just have fun and be a kid. Thankfully, this seemingly magical place exists right here in Mt. Gilead, Ohio and brings pure joy to hundreds of children every summer.

Flying Horse Farms is nestled just 30 miles north of ReVision’s Columbus practice and 30 miles south of our Mansfield location making it a natural fit to receive support from our ReVision Gives Back Program for the month of February. Flying Horse Farms is a non-profit organization providing magical, transformative summer camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families – free of charge. Over 900 children and families participate in camps each year.

ReVision_Gives_Back_Flying_Horse_FarmsAt camp, being sick takes a backseat to being a kid as campers enjoy archery, crafts, high ropes, and more. All activities are fully adapted and medically safe to meet the needs of each child. ReVision’s donation will help fund activities that create memorable experiences and happy campers.

Get Involved

Learn more about Flying Horse Farms and how you can support their mission through volunteer and donation opportunities: https://flyinghorsefarms.org/

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