Project Kindle strives on improving the quality of life for children, young adults and families through year-round recreational experiences, educational programs, and support services. Project Kindle's primary purpose is to serve those with serious illnesses, special needs and other life challenges by provide cost-free camping programs, year round support and advocacy and to offer innovative peer-based HIV/AIDS education for young people ages 12-24.
Project Kindle's vision is to offer the young people we serve a chance to build a stronger future, one in which they believe in themselves, and where they have the leadership and character to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.
Janice Murray, Host of the Non-Profit Spotlight Show, sat down with Trina Harrison from Project Kindle
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