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Osteopathic Foundation Provides Lead Gift for Climbing Tower

The Muskegon Family YMCA recently announced that the Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan has provided a lead gift of $10,000 in a campaign to replace their popular climbing wall with a more accessible version.

“Climbing encourages strength, strategy, courage, trust, and teamwork. We are grateful for the opportunity to support Camp Pendalouan and their goal of getting more kids outdoors and active,” says Andrea Masvero, the Foundation’s Executive Director.

YMCA Camp Pendalouan is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building a healthy future for Muskegon through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Located in northern Muskegon County and established in 1924, YMCA Camp Pendalouan is a year-round outdoor education center, camp, and conference facility serving schools, families, and organizations through a multitude of programs.

More information is available in a news article from Shoreline Media.

In addition, the Foundation awarded a grant of $3,000 to support the YMCA’s LIVESTRONG program to help cancer survivors reclaim their health and strength.

 

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