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Vancouver, Canada – August 2, 2012 – Camp Erin in King County is a 3-day overnight camp designed for kids and teens between the ages of 5 and 17 who have lost a loved one. The camp is run by professional staff from the Providence Hospice of Seattle. Their Safe Crossings Children’s Grief program has trained volunteers that help to make the camp a lot of fun.
Camp Erin is a free camp for the kids and teen of King County. The event will take place from Friday August 24 to Sunday August 26. The event will be held at the Camp River Ranch in Carnation, WA. This is a Girl Scout Camp that is being used by the grief program.
There are a lot of supplies that need to be moved from the Providence Hospice in Seattle to the Camp in Carnation. Toronto movers, Two Small Men Moving, have offered to move all of the Girl Scout items from Seattle to Carnation free of charge.
Two Small Men Moving are movers Vancouver that have helped people move all over Canada as well as Seattle, Washington. The Vancouver movers are officially known as Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving Company. They specialize in Canadian relocations, including helping individuals and businesses find Vancouver movers, Toronto movers and more.
At Camp Erin, a number of supplies will be brought to the camp, allowing kids to participate in a number of traditional camp activities. This includes such activities as swimming, field games, kayaking and canoeing, arts and crafts and much more.
The donation that Two Small Men has made to the camp is significant. Traditionally, the company charges based upon the weight of the load. However, they have decided to waive all delivery charges for the camp to help with the cause.
Camp Erin is a nonprofit event. The children who are in attendance not only attend various camp-style activities but also activities that help them to deal with and process their grief of losing a loved one. The camp also gives kids the opportunity to interact with others their ago who have had to go through similar losses. This bond is critical to overcoming and dealing with the grief.
Finding movers Vancouver that would handle moving everything from Seattle to Carnation for the camp could have cost them thousands of dollars. When they located movers Toronto that offered to handle the move for them at no cost, they were overjoyed. They have acclaimed “We couldn’t be happier with the service you provided.”
The Safe Crossings Program Assistant, Mary Jean Hermes, honored the contribution that Two Small Men made with free advertising in a few different ways. The movers Toronto would get their logo on the t-shirts that all kids will wear for the 2013 camp. They will also be acknowledged on the Volunteer Appreciation Presentation, the sponsorship flyer and the foundation’s Facebook page.
Chris Olson, Camp Erin’s coordinator, can be contacted for more details about the camp. This can include how to get children signed up to attend as well as to make a donation. He can be reached at (206) 749-7689 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two Small Men with Big Hearts Moving is thrilled to be part of Camp Erin. The company, which has Calgary movers, Montreal movers and Edmonton movers around Canada, has spent a lot of time in the moving industry. They understand what it takes to move a lot of equipment. They also offer protection on all items, ensuring they get to the destination in one piece.
The Calgary movers will be assisting with the move of Camp Erin’s items on August 23. Depending on the actual quantity of items, there are Montreal movers and Edmonton movers on standby that can assist with the project as well. The company is always looking to give back to the community and their volunteer efforts have not gone unnoticed by the people of Canada or Seattle. The moving company continues to be chosen by residents because of their low prices as well as their caring nature.
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