The Women of T.T.T. make a difference in the lives of young girls by providing them with a summer camp experience.
What role do T.T.T. chapters play?
Local chapters do the important work of selecting girls for camp, making sure they have everything they need (at no cost to their families) and getting them to and from camp.
But the week at camp is only part of what we do. We stay in touch with the girls after camp, taking them out for fun events like hay rack rides, picnics and ice skating, and "pay it forward" events like helping out at a food bank, usually followed by ice cream cones!
The commitment is real and manageable!
Chapters meet approximately monthly. Through meetings/social get-togethers, camper activities and fundraisers, there is time to form strong friendships.
Our Project is local, nearby and at home in our communities, so we get to see the results.
Summary of our reach:
- Chapters in 10 states and the District of Columbia.
- More than twenty-five hundred members.
- More than 300 girls sent to camp each summer.
Interested? We'd like to get to know you and connect you with a chapter. Please use the Contact us - Camping for Girls! link below.
Who can join T.T.T.?
T.T.T. chapters welcome new members age 18 and older who want to join a group of like-minded women in our mission to send girls to camp. Chapters are located in 10 states and the District of Columbia. Are you ready to do something good with a group of great women? Please use the "Contact us - Camping for Girls!" link below to find out about a chapter new you.
How is the Project funded?
T.T.T. maintains a national fund to pay camp fees. The fund is financed through dues, gifts and earnings from investments, including an endowment fund. Chapters raise funds in their communities to pay for camper clothing, camp supplies, parties and camper gifts.