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The Children’s Grand Adventure

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There are many ways to empower Healing through Exploration when you give to The Children’s Grand Adventure.

Individual Giving

Our Online Giving portal allows you the convenience of secure, recurring gifts, one-time gifts and gifts that honor someone special.

Gifts to The Children’s Grand Adventure, a 501 (c) (3) organization, are tax-deductible, and help cover a wide array of costs associated with our pioneering program – airfare, camping gear, activities, lodging and meals.

Corporate Giving

The Children’s Grand Adventure welcomes alliances with companies of all sizes and in all industries. Corporate gifts – large, small and anywhere in between – can do double duty for the Children’s Grand Adventure, when companies choose to match gifts from their employees.

Become a Sponsor

The Children’s Grand Adventure also welcomes gifts in-kind, as well as sponsorships directed towards specific aspects of our program, such as travel expenses between Houston and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Host an Informative

Share the Children’s Grand Adventure experience with others, in your home or at your place of business. Your excitement for this groundbreaking program is infectious, especially when those new to the Grand Adventure engage directly with the visionaries who make the impossible seem possible.

For more information on any of these programs, please contact Stacey Kayem, The Children’s Grand Adventure.

Anyone who has ever seriously canoed understands that success requires teamwork. Canoeing in String Lake on day two of The Grand Adventure teaches youngsters the value of working together. At the base of the Tetons, atop crystal waters, attendees learn canoeing fundamentals, as they observe nearby wildlife and enjoy a communal lunch amid gentle wind-swept waves. Relying on each-others’ strengths begins to forge the bonds that intensify among children in the days to come.

It was amazing. Mountains, snow, bear, elk, moose – we don’t have anything like that in Texas.”

Kody Strieter,
Diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) at age 11


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The Children’s Grand Adventure

Healing Through Exploration

2368A Rice Boulevard #474 Houston, Texas 77005
512.294.4555

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