GENERATIONS FOUNDATION partners with Trail’s End Camp, a Quebec Camping Association member.
Trail’s End Camp is associated with CCS Collective Community Services

Location is at Camp Bruchesi in St-Hyppolyte in the Laurentians

Camp Bruchesi is a sleep-away camp for children and young adults ages 6 to 16 yrs.
Campers sleep in comfortable cabins, eat healthy meals and have endless opportunities
to enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the Laurentians through an abundance of time-tested activities such as:
 Canoeing – Kayaking – Swimming – Nature hikes – Building campfires – Cycling – Arts and crafts – Dance and Theatre and more!

Session Dates:

Regular Sessions for 6 – 16 years is a 10 day sleep-over

Session 1:  Monday, July 1 to Wednesday, July 10
Session 2:  Wednesday, July 10 to Friday, July 19
Session 3:  Friday, July 19 to Sunday, July 28

One with the Wilderness for 12 – 16 years is a 5 day sleep-over

Session :  Sunday, July 28 to Thursday August 1

 These are nature-based programs aimed at giving youth the opportunity to experience fun
and practical activities in a wilderness setting, while learning and consolidating the traditional and aboriginal skills and crafts
which allowed first-nations peoples and early explorers to navigate survive and thrive in the Canadian wilderness!

The program consists of a combination of enriching activities based around nature, outdoor skills, leadership, team and self-esteem building.
Participants will build and sleep in tents and improvised shelters, learn camp-cooking, take turns at preparing meals for their fellow participants,
join canoe expeditions and most importantly, learn how to enjoy the beauty of nature in fun and safe ways.

HOW TO HELP THESE CHILDREN?

Please click here for the “Summer Camp Donation Form” (pdf format) or
Call Adrian at Generations Foundation 514.933-8585 or
Email charity@generationsfoundation.com
$250 will help send a child to camp for a session.

We greatly appreciate your support!  An official tax receipt will be issued to donors.

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