We Need Your Help
Will you help us achieve our goal to raise $40,000 by Valentines Day so we can continue the important work of developing the emotional, social, and physical well-being of our youth?
We have kicked off our Spring semester and have a total of 69 studentsenrolled between the Leadership 101 and Leadership 201 courses of our free, after-school Youth Leadership Program.
Parents of our students continue to contact us to express their gratitude for the changes they are witnessing in their children. For example, one father shared with us:
"My son's participation in Cypress changed the way our entire family communicates. We now talk about the way we feel and
what we need from one another without all of the emotion and taking things personally. I am so grateful that my son was selected in the lottery drawing."~Father of a Fall 2022 High School Mentor
Another parent recently messaged us to express,
"You honestly have no idea how much this program has changed my son's life. What you are doing with these kids is absolutely amazing."
~Mother of a Leadership 201 student
We cannot continue this work without your help.
Join us in reaching our goal of $40,000 by Valentine's Day!
The average annual cost for a student to participate is $1,500.
Our goal is to raise $40,000 with this
Gift of Cypress
Annual Fund Campaign.
So far, we've raised $12,007
YOU CAN HELP!
Every donation, any amount, counts.
With one, $1,500 donation, you are giving the Gift of Cypress to one deserving local youth.
What is the Gift of Cypress?
Other Ways You Can Give
Thank you for your continued support over the past 8 years.
We hope to be able to continue equipping your future workforce and community leaders with the skills they need to succeed!
Every gift counts and we remain forever grateful!
Donate online at www.cypressadventures.org/donate
or mail a check or gift card to
Cypress Adventures, PO Box 405, Hartsville, SC 29551
Our Contact Information
Cypress Adventures, Inc
881 Loblolly Lane
Hartsville, SC 29550
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