donation photoGeneseo, IL. May 16th, 2016 – Royal Family Kids’ Camp receives funds from Geneseo Communications Charitable Foundation to support camp activities for area children in need.

As part of its commitment to give back to the community, Geneseo Communications Charitable Foundation recently announced that it will donate $2,000 to Royal Family Kids’ Camp in support of camp activities for area children in need.

“We are extremely grateful to the Geneseo Communications Charitable Foundation, said Kyle Bobinski, area Director for Royal Family Kids’ Camps, Inc.  Support from organizations like Geneseo Communications, Inc. enables us to provide a positive camping experience for children who ordinarily do not have the opportunity to attend camps.  We try very hard to provide positive experiences that create lasting memories with kids that attend.  Moneys received from Geneseo Communications Charitable Foundation will help cover the campground rental fees as well as provide nutritious meals and needed funds for camp activities.”

Royal Family Kids’ Camp is a one-week camp serving the abused, abandoned, and neglected children of Geneseo and the surrounding area.  These funds will be directed toward children within the Foster Care system.

The Geneseo Communication Charitable Foundation was established in 2002 by Geneseo Communications, Inc. to enhance, develop and benefit the Geneseo Community.

Geneseo Communication Charitable Foundation grant applications can be found here and can be submitted at any time throughout the year.  Applications are reviewed quarterly and all 501(c) 3 organizations that reside within Geneseo Communications servicing area are encouraged to apply.

Geneseo Communications, Inc. has a long, proud history of service and commitment to our local communities.  We are honored to give back to local organizations that make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and friends.

Pictured in photo from left: Stan Storm Geneseo Communications Board Member and Kyle Bobinski, Royal Family Kids Camp area Director.