Keller Williams annual ‘RED Day’ helps clean up Camp Courant

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Camp Courant is the oldest and largest free summer program in the country. It opens for it's 121st year on June 24th. 600 kids per day participate in programs such as yoga, swimming, financial literacy, nature, healthy choices, and sports.

Camp Courant relies on support from the greater Hartford community in order to keep the camp free. This summer, over 500 volunteers will descend upon Camp to assist with various service projects such as painting murals, planting flowers, building picnic tables, and organizing field days with the campers.

Camp Courant is always looking for volunteer groups to assist with projects before, during and after the season.

“RED Day” is an annual event where every Keller Williams employee takes the day off to work together as a team to make lives better for members of their community. RED Day stands for “Renew, Energize, Donate.” The more than 100,000 Keller Williams agents nationwide particpate, more than 150 agents in Greater Hartford taking part this year.

Find out how you can get involved at Camp Courant's website.