Bay Cliff partners with local businesses to help young children go to camp

MARQUETTE — Bay Cliff has partnered with a few local U.P. businesses to help raise money for the organization.

Bay Cliff Health Camp is a therapy and wellness center serving the needs of individuals living with disabilities. The organization provides multiple programs throughout the year and hosts several events for other organizations aligned with their commitment to promoting health, happiness, and independence for people of all ages.

Now Bay Cliff is working with businesses around the City of Marquette and the Bay area to help raise money for the group. These businesses which include Getz’s, The Sports Rack, Farmer Qs, LoyalTees, and Cram’s in Big Bay.

These businesses will all have buckets that will be accepting all monetary donations that will help these young children get a chance to go to camp.

“There are a lot of kids that come to the camp that do not have the financial needs that allow them to go to camp,” said Susan Brian, Owner of Farmer Q’s Market. “Most of the kids that go have special needs or some type of disability. So sometimes their parents do not have the resources to do it. So these donations will go towards sending a kid to camp.”

To learn more about Bay Cliff and ways to donate to the group you can click here.