Wednesday, June 29, 2016 will be the kick-off day for Camp Courageous & Brothers Markets first annual “Pounds for Camp Courageous” “food”-raiser. Pounds for Camp Courageous is a cooperative effort between Brothers Markets and Camp Courageous. It allows Camp supporters the opportunity to purchase pound(s) of Brothers Market food product and donate it to Camp Courageous and to support their local Brothers Market in the process. 
A special coupon will be in the Brothers Market ad the week of June 29, 2016 or the coupon can be obtained on the Camp Courageous website or at the participating stores. Individuals wanting to donate food items simply fill out the donation coupon with the item(s) they would like to donate and pay for their donation along with their regular grocery order. Brothers Market employees will do the rest to make sure the food reaches Camp.
2016 Participating Stores: Lisbon, Cascade, and Denver
If a participating store is not found in a supporters area, a filled-out donation coupon and check made payable to “Brothers Market” can be sent to the address below.
Pounds for Camp Courageous
Attn: Julie O’Connor
PO Box 418
Monticello, IA 52310-0418
*Please have donations postmarked by July 3rd to allow proper time for processing.
*Blank coupon forms are available on Camp Courageous’ website, <>
More information on Camp Courageous: Camp Courageous is an exceptional year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. The camp is run primarily on donations, giving all individuals the opportunity to give through gifts of time, materials, money, and other means that support the camp.

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