Hello, my name is Emma Guy and if you know me you know how special camp is to me. For the last six summers I have had the amazing opportunity of attending Camp High Harbour. Camp is the place I find myself at my best. I know when I am at camp I can be myself, free of judgement from anyone. I have camp to thank for my relationship with God and growth in my faith. Through my years at camp I have met my best friends and favorite people. The lessons and experiences I have had at camp have shaped me into the person I am today. Last summer was the first summer I got to serve as a counselor at camp. Being in a leadership role, I saw firsthand how impactful camp is on the kids. I truly believe that camp is a life changing place. The love and passion that people have for camp is unmatched and is what makes it so special. Join me in helping raise money to send kids to camp that otherise would not have the chance. Any donation large or small makes a difference in helping us change lives. Thank you!
Each day, the Y works to ensure our community has the support it needs to be its best. I’m proud to be a Y Champion to help give all kids, teens, and families access and opportunity to be a part of the Y – regardless of ability to pay. I am asking you to join me in my efforts to give all people in our community a chance to reach their full potential at the Y.
For 160 years, the Y has worked to ensure local kids and teens have the help they need to prepare for kindergarten, stay on-track in school, grow as leaders, and learn how to contribute to a stronger community. Through wellness and hunger relief programs, the Y helps people of all ages stay active and healthy. But, the Y needs your support of the WHY IT MATTERS Annual Giving Campaign to make this possible.
100% of every dollar donated has a lasting impact on the people of metro Atlanta by ensuring the Y’s doors are open to all – regardless of financial ability.
Please join me and support the Y by making a donation today. Your gift will truly make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who need the Y most.