Annual Report 2019 (1) - Flipbook - Page 15
When a loved one dies, it is natural to seek ways for their legacy to live on through a
positive impact on the world. It is with this idea that Experience Camps created Legacy
Funds. Now, donors can celebrate the lives of their loved ones by sponsoring two or more
campers per year, indefinitely, through the interest earned on these invested funds.
The Lindsey Baron Legacy Fund
Lindsey Baron was a kind, generous, caring, loving, funny,
smart, beautiful, athletic, sister, daughter, friend, and future
businesswoman with big dreams. When she was a little girl she
designed a snowboarding character that she named, “Bubba”.
When she got older she made stickers and sold them at her
school and at the local snowboarding shops. Her dream was to
have a snowboarding business called “Bubba Incorporated”.
Tragically, Lindsey was only 16 years old when she was hit and
killed by a car while on an after-dinner walk. The lives of her
parents and sisters were forever changed by this sudden loss.
Through her Legacy Fund, two campers will attend Experience
Camps each summer in Lindsey’s honor, allowing her name to
live on in connection with hope, compassion, and resilience,
and maybe even inspire another little girl to follow her dreams.
Calder and Caleb Sloan's Awesome Legacy Fund
Calder was a loving, athletic, spirit-filled, big-hearted, and
beautiful boy. He created his self-portrait, entitled "Mr.
Awesome", just weeks before his death. They say in
unfathomable times “there are no words”, but there are
pictures…and more importantly, good deeds. Calder's Mr.
Awesome portrait went viral around the world and has inspired
countless good deeds in others.
To ensure Calder would never be forgotten and guided by his
memory, a non-profit foundation honoring both him and his
equally amazing brother, Caleb, was created. His name would be
spoken, his smiling face would be eternally present, and his
loving spirit would forever contribute to the world.
Now, through Calder and Caleb's Awesome Legacy Fund, the
generosity of others can provide adventure, laughter, and
kindness for the grieving children that Experience Camps
serves each summer.