Sarasota News Leader

12/07/2012

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NEWS BRIEFS All of the Camp Giving participants and their parents gather with the Southeastern Guide Dogs, handlers and volunteers. Photos by Community Foundation of Sarasota County/Sharon Kunkel 'CAMP GIVING' HELD TO INSPIRE YOUNG PHILANTHROPISTS On Saturday, Nov. 17, Community Foundation of Sarasota County hosted "Camp Giving," a program for children ages 8-12 and their parents, to inspire the next generation of philanthropists. Nearly a dozen children attended; they learned about the value of "giving back," discovered how to use the online nonprofit resource "Giving Partner" to find causes they care about, heard from a high school volunteer and enjoyed a presentation by Southeastern Guide Dogs staff and volunteers, a news release says. At the conclusion of the program, each of the young participants received a "Moon Jar," which is designed to help children make decisions about saving, spending and sharing. Every young person also received a $25 "Giving Spirit Card," which can be donated to any charity of his or her choosing. Camp Giving participant Max Kunkel with his 'Moon Jar,' which helps children make decisions about saving, spending and sharing.

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