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Registration for Camp iCare, the summer day camp that teaches children ages 6-12 about finances and philanthropic engagement, is currently open. 

This year’s camp is scheduled for July 6-9 from 8 a.m. to noon at Lee-Scott Academy, 1601 Academy Drive in Auburn. Campers will learn how to be “money smart” and philanthropically engaged from professionals and community leaders, a series of activities and a service project.

Camp iCare is a joint venture of the Auburn University College of Human Sciences Cary Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies Early Learning Center.

“Throughout its five-year history, we have witnessed hundreds of young and aspiring youth mature and grow in confidence because of what they have learned in Camp iCare,” said Sidney James Nakhjavan, Drummond Thorne Stukes executive director of the Cary Center. 

The $160 fee for Camp iCare covers snacks, materials, activities, instructors, a T-shirt and a service project. Space is limited and registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information or to register, contact Lauren Reynolds at (334) 844-3506 or lcr0004@auburn.edu.