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BECOME A M.A.C.H.O. AFFILIATED CAMP

We offer a multitude of ways for summer camps & seasonal programs to participate at zero cost!

M.A.C.H.O AWARDS FOR CAMPERS AND STAFF

M.A.C.H.O. DAY

M.A.C.H.O. WEEK

M.A.C.H.O.  KID OF THE DAY STICKERS

M.A.C.H.O. CAMPERSHIPS FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN

To Become a M.A.C.H.O. Affiliated Camp or Program Contact Us Today!

Buckley Day Camp

Coleman Country

Camp Canadensis

Camp Echo

Jones Beach Jrs

Camp Kinder Ring

Malibu Beach Camp

Sands Day Camp

Surprise Lake Camp

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Each summer, The M.A.C.H.O. Foundation, along with our partners, provide free camperships to a select amount of underprivileged children in the New York tri-state area and beyond.  Camps interested in working with us to give a well deserving child the gift of a lifetime, please contact us at themachofoundation@gmail.com for further information.

"The world needs the next generation to be more tolerant of each other’s views, ideology, and beliefs. Summer camp is an opportunity for children to be exposed to the best of human character. Carefully selected role models are dedicated to showing children how to have fun, learn from others, and make friends in person rather than online.  There is something magical about a summer camp experience. Each and every camp in the world is different. Not merely because of geography or location, but because of the traditions and people who have touched the camp. Camp is an independent experience that shapes one’s character and life. Camps give kids a chance to practice being the best they can be. They experience a place designed to create happy memories and encourage self-expression. They have the opportunity to climb towers, ride horses, shoot an arrow, and even experience the success of winning the big game! It stays with them forever. Kids will learn from a full range of emotions and human experiences including homesickness, friendship, disagreements, team work, frustrations, jubilant success, and more."

Jeff Merhige, American Camping Association