Join Camp Kesem at Case Western Reserve University for its fourth annual Make the Magic benefit dinner March 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Tudor Arms Hotel in Cleveland.
Make the Magic is a dinner for professionals in the Cleveland area to benefit the CWRU chapter of Camp Kesem, a national, student-run nonprofit organization that supports children touched by a parent’s cancer through a weeklong summer camp.
Through the Make the Magic benefit dinner, students aim to show the community the impact Camp Kesem at CWRU has on children whose parents have cancer, their families, student leaders and all others involved.
Visit donate.kesem.org/cwrumtm2018 for details and registration information.
Tickets cost $60 per person, $110 for couple tickets and $400 for a table of eight.
Ticket sales close March 10.
About Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem’s weeklong summer camp gives children an escape from the stress of their parent’s illness and an opportunity to be a kid.
It strives to give children an outlet to have fun, talk about their feelings, and connect with peers who understand what they are going through.
The camp is provided free of charge in order to make it accessible to as many children as possible, regardless of their circumstances. The organization’s goal this year is to raise $85,000 and bring 85 children to camp.
Last year, there were more than 120 attendees at Make the Magic who contributed more than $33,000. The funds raised helped Camp Kesem clear its waitlist and bring five additional campers on board. With the entire year’s efforts, the organization’s members raised $72,000 and hosted 68 campers last summer.
Contact Make The Magic coordinators at email@example.com with any questions.