We will again be offering a $500 Mission 22Q Dragonfly Forest Scholarship for the summer camp in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania.
Dragonfly Forest Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is committed to offering a year-round camp experience that allows children with autism and other medical needs the opportunity to have fun and just be kids in a safe and loving environment. The camps, which are July 12 - 17 and July 19 - 24 for ages 7-14, provide a residential program for kids with autism, 22Q deletion, sickle cell disease, bleeding disorders and persistent asthma.
To be eligible for this scholarship that will assist with family travel expenses, you must meet the following criteria:
*Have a child who has been diagnosed with 22Q Deletion Syndrome and be a Mission 22Q and be active with Mission 22q.
*Child must be accepted to attend Dragonfly Forest (proof of acceptance required).
*Complete scholarship application.
*Write a 200-word essay on how the Dragonfly Forest Summer Camp program will benefit your child.
You can visit www.dragonflyforest.org for more information about the Dragonfly Forest Summer Camp.
You can email Mission 22Q President Jane Schuster at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a scholarship application. We will be accepting applications between April 1, 2020 to May 30, 2020.
The purpose of Mission 22Q is to educate, support and empower the individual, family, medical and educational communities regarding 22Q Deletion Syndrome. Mission 22Q is a support group and non-profit foundation dedicated to making life better for people affected by 22Q Deletion Syndrome by educating the world.
Mission 22Q is a United Way of the Midlands organization.
Please consider designating your United Way donation
to Mission 22Q.
Mission 22q Initial Board of Directors
Dr. Scott Applegate, Aaron & Brenda Dauel. Mike & Anne Stalker, Teri & Seth Lutz