Ways to Help Westwind This Week

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We know these are trying times, and we hope you and your family stay well.

Over the last few days, we have been working to put together a few ways to engage our Westwind community while we work through this difficult time. Already, we have received words and dollars of support and encouragement, and we are so appreciative of the many ways you are coming together to help Westwind and the larger community.

As we navigate this challenge, we hope to continue to inspire love and appreciation for youth, nature, and bringing families together.

Here are some ways you can help Westwind this week:

Join us for a Virtual Campfire! This Thursday, April 2 from 6-8 pm, a few of your favorite camp staff & legendary alumni will be leading campfire performances for your enjoyment, and for us all to, for a moment, feel like we are back at Westwind. Tune in between 6-8 pm on our Facebook Page or sign up here to be reminded when the show starts. Register now.

14-Cascade-Head-and-Westwind-Spit_1000x.jpgShop Beautiful Nature Prints & Photographs. Available now through June 1st, all proceeds from  any purchase made on www.bylandbyseabyair.com will go directly to Westwind. A huge thank you to artist and Westwind Stewardship Group Founder Duncan Berry for sharing this opportunity. In addition to photos of Westwind, shop a beautiful collection of nature prints and more! Shop & view the collection.

Donate to the The Camp Westwind Recovery Fund. Your donation will go immediately toward helping Westwind recover from the financial impacts caused by COVID-19. Plus, thanks to close supporters of Westwind, the first $30,000 received in donations will be matched, doubling your immediate impact! Thank you so much for your support and helping to keep Westwind accessible for future generations.

P.S. Thanks to the recently passed legislation, there is now an above-the-line charitable deduction in 2020 for non-itemizers, for charitable gifts up to $300! 




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