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Missions Accomplished

Chew for Charity


For years, Jessie Roberts has “donated” her birthday to Comfort Zone, collecting donations from family and friends. Over the past year, her school, Grange Hall Elementary in Virginia, suffered tragic losses in their community, including the deaths of parents of students and the beloved spouse of a teacher.


Jessi and the Student Council decided to host a “Chew for Charity” – students paid $1 and were allowed to chew gum at school on National Bubble Gum Day, and could purchase gum (donated by parents) for 25 cents. They raised over $1,100 and collected several boxes of camp supplies!





Malloy Family Annual Hunter Pace and Trail Ride Event


We offer a big, big thank you to the Malloy family of Amenia N.Y., who has an Annual Hunter Pace and Trail Ride Event at Wethersfield Farm, held in memory of their son and brother Kevin T. Malloy.


In five years, the Malloy’s have raised over $50,000 so other children may receive the type of support their family received through Comfort Zone.






Polar Plunge


For 6 years in a row, Chris Greim has hosted the Annual Polar Plunge. Hundreds of campers, volunteers, friends, and family members jump into the ocean on Cape Cod to support Comfort Zone! Afterwards (or instead), people join him for a family-friendly celebration with raffles, music, pot-luck, special guests, and more.  He and Tania Lyons (who initially came up with the idea) have raised $70,000 over the years! People love to participate, checking it off their bucket list and fundraising for Comfort Zone







Zumba Fundraiser



Jess Lavine and Renae Nichols have held three Zumba® Fundraisers since February 2014, raising nearly $10,000 to benefit Comfort Zone! Each event includes a Zumba® Kids Party and Zumba® Adult Master Class, where everyone is laughing, sweating, and feeling really good about sending kids to Comfort Zone! 







Paint Nite



Rock star volunteer Laura Ferrelli wanted to raise money for Comfort Zone Camp, and she was looking for a fun and engaging way to do it.  She did her research and found Paint Nite to be an excellent way for friends to come together to raise money for an incredible cause, while having a lot of fun doing it.  








Monument 5K



Volunteers, campers, and families joined in on the fun, by spreading the word about the Monument 10k to raise funds for Comfort Zone, and then running in it!










These are just a few ways people have helped raise funds and awareness for Comfort Zone. Below are a few more ideas. Let your creativity and individuality guide you. 

•             Ask friends to donate $10 to meet your goal of $xx to help send a camper to Comfort Zone Camp

•             Host a pasta party, pool party, or water balloon contest

•             Bake sale, BBQ, car wash, etc.

•             Benefit concert, Kentucky Derby party, or auction

•             Blue jeans day or casual day at work, or bubble gum day at school

•             Bowling, corn hole, golf, or fishing tournament

•             Fashion show, talent show, or photo contest

•             Ice cream social, penny drive, or recipe book

•             Lunch/dinner at a restaurant that donates a % back (work/family meal, friends reunion, etc.)

•             Jazz brunch, scavenger hunt, or progressive dinner

•             Donations in lieu of wedding favors or birthday gifts


Let us know if you are interested in starting your own fundraiser. We are happy to help with any questions!

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