LUM Camp Needs YOU!
Make a difference in the lives of local children this summer and receive a $200 stipend. LUM Camp is a week-long, overnight camp program for low-income children from 8 to 10 years old. Counselors are needed from 11 a.m. Monday, July 25 to 4 p.m. Friday, July 29. LUM Camp counselors must be:
- 18 years old
- prepared to hike, have fun, be outdoors
- a good team player
- flexible, fun & fair
- willing to work with at-risk children from low income families
- able to spend the entire week at camp (July 25-29)
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If you are not able to volunteer, you may support LUM Camp by making a donation or sponsoring a camper ($200 per child).
LLUM Supports Mental Health Legislation
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this is a great opportunity to call on Congress to do more for mental health and suicide prevention.
Join the Campaign for Hoosier Families by emailing your U.S. Senators to urge their support for two important federal bills that will help improve youth mental health and prevent suicide in schools: The Youth Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Act (S.3628) and The Mental Health Services for Students Act (S.1841).
- District 1 – Frank Mrvan
- District 2 – Jackie Walorski
- District 3 – Jim Banks
- District 4 – Jim Baird (Tippecanoe County)
- District 5 – Victoria Spartz
- District 6 – Greg Pence
- District 7 – André Carson
- District 8 – Larry Bucshon
- District 9 – Trey Hollingsworth
Reach out to Senators Braun & Young and your House representative by email, letter and/or through social media. Demand #MoreForMentalHealth and urge them to support and vote “YES” for The Youth Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Act (S.3628) and The Mental Health Services for Students Act (S.1841).