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The Jack and Buena Foundation is the main sponsor of the event and 100 percent of the money earned will go toward building up the camp and sponsoring children who otherwise would not be able to go. Every year, the camp gives kids their first wilderness experience and alumni from the camp are dedicated to keeping it open, including the Dennen brothers.
“You need to hurry up if you want to get a ticket,” said Jason Poisson, president of The Jack and Buena Foundation.
Tickets to the event, at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, are being sold for $35 and $75. The $75 tickets include a VIP pre-show reception with the Dennens and other Camp Jack Hazard alumni.
Camp Jack Hazard Benefit featuring Brett Dennen with Nathan Dennen
February 26 at 7 p.m.
VIP reception at 5:30 p.m.
Gallo Center for the Arts, 1000 I Street, Modesto
The Jack and Buena Foundation’s Mission Statement:
The Jack and Buena Foundation, through Camp Jack Hazard, is building a new generation of leaders by providing summer camp and wilderness adventure experiences for youth from the Central San Joaquin Valley and northern California more broadly. We provide safe but challenging adventure-based education to build character and self-reliance in youth. We make camping fun to connect young people with the outdoors and foster environmental stewardship.
The Jack and Buena Foundation manages operations at the Camp Jack Hazard in the high Sierras and is committed to providing scholarships for under-served youth so that camping experiences will be accessible to all members of the community. The Jack and Buena Foundation is also committed to building a community of Camp Jack Hazard alumni and foster connections with the local communities served by Camp Jack Hazard.
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