Experiential Ink's programs have been created to give students a safe space to work on the curriculum for the school in which they are enrolled, while also being given the opportunity to socialize, grow, and explore the outdoors! Currently, we will be operating out of T. Grace Macdonald Lodge at YMCA Camp Arbutus Hayo-Went-Ha. With our capacity to work with up to 15 students, this building provides more than enough room for safe distancing, while still learning and interacting face-to-face with other students. It also gives us access to hands-on outdoor lesson and opportunities for teambuilding and leadership activities on camp's 100 acres.
One of the driving values behind Experiential Ink is the belief that our doors should be open to everyone, and because of that we hope to offer financial aid to families who want to enroll their students in our program. As a brand-new nonprofit, we are asking for help in achieving our goal of never having to turn away a student who would benefit from the experiences Experiential Ink has to offer.
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