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Raised in foster care, Lynn Price and her sister were separated while growing up. They have no memories from when they were kids—they never shared clothes or got to talk about boys, she related in a New York Times interview. Realizing that she and her sister had missed on on something crucial in life—a chance to experience the unconditional love of sisterhood—Lynn sought to prevent other children from experiencing this regret as adults.
So in 1995, she founded Camp To Belong, a one-week summer-camp experience where siblings separated by foster care can reunite, play together, and build memories. Now, there are nine Camp To Belong sites in the United States and Australia, including Camp To Belong Colorado. Each of the camps offer exciting camp outdoor activities, such as swimming and horseback riding, with an emphasis on activities that siblings can do together.