Indianapolis (June 18, 2012) —The Forever-Fit Summer Camp is proud to announce the sponsors for its second consecutive year of operation. Organized by the Saturday Evening Post Society (SEPS) and the Children’s Better Health Institute (CBHI), the nonprofit, Indianapolis-based camp helps overweight children learn about nutrition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Local and national sponsors are supporting the initiative with in kind donations to help the camp achieve its mission of promoting healthy growth for children in a stimulating environment.
This year’s summer program will be supported by a multitude of sponsors at three sponsorship levels. The highest level, “Camp Leaders,” includes Lafayette Limo, IU Health, Sysco Food, Circle City Produce, McFarling Foods, FreeWheelin’ Bikes, Gaiam, Chobani, Prairie Farms Dairy, and Riley Safety Store. The next level, “Camp Helpers,” includes LabTek, Hartmen Janitorial, Office360 °, Dammann’s, Capital Warrior Battalion Army ROTC, Target, Needmore Oatcakes, Court’s Yard & Greenhouse, Roseacre Farms, Polar City Ice, HP Products, The Indianapolis Hoydens Rugby Team, and Office Depot. The final level, “Friends of the Camp” includes Red Gold, Teachers Treasures, Kroger, Walmart, American Dairy Association of Indiana, Marsh, CVS, Habit, and Runyon Tool Rental.
“This year’s sponsors really align with our mission of promoting healthy physical and emotional growth for kids,” said Joan SerVaas President and Publisher, The Saturday Evening Post. “They are an asset to the Forever-Fit Summer Camp because their donations help us reach more children and their families and encourage them to make life-long changes. The more support we get, the more support the kids get – and that’s what makes a lasting impact.”
The Forever-Fit Summer Camp will be open from June 18th through July 27th and is held at the 24-acre ‘Fitness Farm.’ Campers are offered a unique opportunity through the camp’s holistic approach to weight loss focusing on body, mind and spirit. They participate in a wide variety of engaging and educational activities with the assistance of camp experts ranging from dieticians to fitness experts to pediatricians.
For more information, please visit http://www.foreverfitcamp.org/.