Join JCI Atlanta and several of Atlanta's leading organizations for young professionals as we come together for our largest fundraiser of the year. This year, 100% of the proceeds from our event will benefit Camp Dream. Make merry for a fantastic cause with JCI Atlanta at our fifth annual Cocktails for Camp, held at Park Bench and brought to you by American Family Insurance. All proceeds go to Camp Dream, a traditional summer camp experience for moderately to severely disabled children and young adults.
Your admission includes:
- Free appetizers
- Fun raffle prizes
- Knowing you made great new connections, supported a worthy cause, and had a fantastic time doing it.
- Click here to purchase your tickets
- JCI Members: use the promo code we will email you a code to purchase your tickets for a discount. If you're ready to get tickets today, contact us and we'll send the code early.
- Cocktail (Feel free to suit up!) or Business Casual (or not!)
- Park in the surrounding area
More about Camp Dream
Camp Dream is a recreational, traditional summer camp experience for children and young adults with moderate to severe developmental disabilities. Camp Dream is 100% volunteer, offering a one-to-one camper-counselor ratio. Camp Dream is a barrier free environment and has never turned away a camper due to the severity of their disability or their financial capability.
More about Cocktails for Camp
Cocktails for Kidneys (CFK) was founded when JCI Atlanta discovered a need to help out a kids camp, Camp Independence of the National Kidney Foundation, who was about to close its doors to due to a struggling economy back in 2011. Several YP groups were already discussing co-hosting a big event where we could bring everyone together, in one place. Since CFK was such a success with 500 people in attendance and raised over $10k in its inaugural year, we decided to make it an annual event. We changed the name to Cocktails for Camp (CFC) so we could choose a different children's camp each year to benefit. In 2013, we raised funds for Camp for the Blind of the Georgia Lions Club which netted nearly $12k. In 2014, we were able to raise funds for Camp Horizon. This year will benefit Camp Dream and we expect to have over 500 people in attendance, raising well over $10k for this very deserving children's camp.