Murray, who has been involved with Extra Special People for five years, is helping spearhead the campaign in which everyone is asked to be a fan of the kids who deserve it the most. Fan Club helps support sending hundreds of children with developmental disabilities to summer camp and providing after school programming for all of ESP’s kids. To learn more about fan club go here and to join fan club go here.
ESP, which is a non-profit based in Watkinsville, has also teamed up with Georgia and Georgia Tech to build Camp Hooray, the nation’s first full-accessible summer camp to showcase kids' abilities. Camp Hooray, located on 70 acres in Jackson county, is being designed by students of Georgia College of Environment and Design and students from Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture. It is the first joint venture between the two programs and will expand ESP’s outreach to more than 2,000 kids.
The learn more about Camp Hooray please visit here.