Camp Willow

Willow trees are known for many things—flexibility, stability, and growth, to name a few. Rooted in these qualities, Camp Willow lives up to its namesake as an organization that provides positive opportunities for children with mental, physical, and developmental disabilities. By offering the ability to explore the world through art, [...]

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More Than a Club

When most people hear the word “summer camp”, visions of cabins, campfires, and calamine lotion come to mind. Not many think about soccer balls, stadiums, and Spain—but for seven-year-old Mia Kristine Elizondo, that’s exactly what her summer camp experience was like. This past June, Mia attended her local Futbol Club Barcelona (FC [...]


Cancer Can’t Kill Love

Meaghan McGoldrick had lost both of her parents to cancer by the time she was 22 years old. Her father John Patrick “Butch” McGoldrick, an ironworker, passed in 2008 from lung cancer caused by his work at Ground Zero, and her mother Joanne died just five years later after a short bout with Leukemia. After she lost her mother, [...]