A Better Tripp is honored to work with Boys and Girls Country —a full-time children’s home serving the Greater Houston area. This summer, we sent six kids to T Bar M summer camp, a non-denominational Christian sports and adventure camp located in New Braunfels and Austin, Texas.
Now, we’re setting our sights even higher: Our goal for summer 2014 is to send 12 lucky campers to T Bar M. That’s why we’re starting a fundraising program. When you sign up for our moving or storage services, you’ll have the option to make a one-time cash donation to Boys and Girls Country at the same time. All donations are tax deductible— we’ll write you a receipt.
Our donation goal is $10,800 — the cost of sending 12 kids to T Bar M. Want to see how much money is donated by A Better Tripp customers? Check here and on our Facebook page for a running total.
How to Donate
Want to help us meet our summer 2014 goal? There are three easy ways to donate to Boys and Girls Country:
On Moving Day
If you would like to make a monetary donation on moving day, please make out your check to: Boys and Girls Country. A Better Tripp is happy to write you a receipt for your monetary donation, and we’ll even deliver it for you.
If you‘d like to donate online, just click the PayPal link below.
In summer 2013, A Better Tripp sent six kids to T Bar M. We also participated in their annual Spring Festival. Five of our employees volunteered at the information and lost and found booths, plus helped deliver furniture to be sold at the festival. David Tripp and his family volunteered at the ice cream booth and iced tea booth. Boys ad Girls Country sent us this cute video to thank us for helping out.
If you’d like to contribute your time to Boys and Girls Country, fill out the volunteer application on their website.
About Boys and Girls Country Since their inception in 1971, Boys and Girls Country has provided a home for children from families in crisis. They house up to 88 children on site as well as work with approximately 13 young adults in their College and Career program. Boys and Girls Country is a 501(c)(3), is not a United Way member agency and does not rely on federal or state funding.