Entries in mississippi's toughest kids foundation (3)


Air Force Reserve Builds Camp Kamassa for Special Needs Kids

Air Force reservists from across the country are gaining essential skills while helping to build a massive special needs camp for Mississippi children and adults just outside of Crystal Springs. Their role in the camp's construction is part of the military's Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) which teams reservists with needed infrastructure projects in communities nationwide. Learn more about Camp Kamassa at http://mtkfound.org. | Produced by Jim Albritton


Support Grows for Mississippi's Toughest Kids Foundation 

Produced by Jim Albritton | Thousands attended Crystal Spring’s annual Halloween celebration—Trunk or Treat—a benefit for Mississippi’s Toughest Kids Foundation. MTKF plans to build a one-of-a-kind camp for kids and others with chronic diseases or disabilities in Copiah County. Learn more at http://mtkfound.com.


Attorney's Childhood Struggle with Cancer Inspires Crystal Springs Family to Build One-of-a-kind Camp for Special Needs Kids

Produced by Jim Albritton | Mississippi's Toughest Kids Foundation has been established for the single purpose of building the only fully-accessible camp for children (and adults) with serious illnesses and physical, mental, and emotional challenges in Mississippi. This state-of-the-art, year-round facility will work in partnership with special needs groups to provide great camping experiences for the toughest kids in our state. For more information, go to mtkfound.org.


Bikers Rally to Support Mississippi's Toughest Kids Foundation


Produced by Jim Albritton | Bikers from two groups--the Spirit Riders and the American Legion Riders--rally to support the Mississippi's Toughest Kids Foundation and their effort to secure land to build a permanent camp for children with special needs in Mississippi. The bikers came together to create this video to encourage others to participate in Pepsi's Refresh Everything Project by voting for the Foundation to receive a grant to purchase land. To vote, go to ‪http://refresheverything.com/mstoughkids‬ and for more information about the Foundation, go to ‪http://mtkfound.org.‬