Support a great cause while saving with the Camp Twin Lakes Partners Card!

For the third year in a row, steve mckenzie’s is honored to have the opportunity to support Camp Twin Lakes with the Partners Card promotion!


The Camp Twin Lakes Partners Card is one of the camp’s largest fundraisers of the year – it gives folks a chance to give back while saving 20% at more than 400 stores in preparation for the holiday season. So, get those gift lists written up and save big while you give big!


A bit of info from Camp Twin Lakes:

Since its opening, Camp Twin Lakes has welcomed more than 100,000 children and volunteers. Each year, thousands of campers and volunteers head to CTL-Rutledge, CTL- Will-A-Way, and CTL-Camp Dream for week-long summer sessions and year-round weekend retreats.


As our Director of Camping Services Dan Mathews puts it, “CTL campers constantly comment on how powerful it is to feel normal, to be one of the group, and not to stand out because of their various illnesses or challenges. Kids build camaraderie and friendships that will last a lifetime, not to mention support systems that will see them through their hard times back at home, which often entail doctor’s appointments, hospital visits and ongoing treatments.”

A medical coordinator is on permanent staff and all camp programming is overseen by a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. CTL Program Staff are specially trained in adaptable and accessible programming. We collaborate with each Camp Partner to ensure every child’s needs, medical or otherwise, are attended to.


Cards are $60 and 100% of proceeds go straight back to Camp Twin Lakes. steve mckenzie’s will have cards available for purchase starting October 3rd and can be used toward saving at these local, Atlanta-area retailers from October 28th to November 6th.


We hope you’ll join us in supporting this very worthy cause – all while getting in some fantastic holiday shopping! Reach out to steve mckenzie’s with any questions.

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