The second annual Camp DREAM was a huge success! Thanks to generous funding from partners like Georgia Council for the Arts, Georgia Music Foundation, Griffith Family Foundation, and United Way, the Otis Redding Foundation reached over 80 campers ages 5-11 at three locations: Campus Clubs, Burdell-Hunt Elementary School, and the Academy for Classical Education. 

Campers experienced instruction in guitar, songwriting, singing, theater, dance, art, and more, with all subjects centered around the theme “Be The Change.” The theme inspired the children to create art, a song, and a skit, all of which was performed at the finales of each camp session. 

Stay tuned for 2020’s Camp DREAM plans!

Many thanks to our Camp DREAM sponsors, without whom this camp would never happen!

James L. Jackson, Jr. Fund