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Camp Good Days given $200,000 to rebuild facility

Camp Good Days and Special Times received a $200,000 gift over the holidays that will be used to help rebuild its damaged recreational facility.

Robert and Kristi Moore, co-founders of Moore for Kids, presented the gift to the nonprofit agency after learning about the damage to the camp facility. In May 2014, back to back floods wreaked havoc over the Finger Lakes region, including the Camp Good Days facility on Keuka Lake. Estimates to fix the property exceeded $500,000. After reaching out to the local community, camp operators secured over $400,000 in funds, goods and services to repair the damage. However, heavy rains in August 2014 uncovered more problems with the camp facility, prompting the Moores to offer their assistance.

Camp Good Days serves children with cancer, as well as children with a parent or sibling who has cancer, and children who have lost a parent or sibling to cancer.

Moore for Kids, a Cambria based charitable organization, is dedicated to helping children and their families in times of need.