Give back to survivors with the healing power of exploration through Old Bill’s

JACKSON, Wyo. — Founded in 2008, The Children’s Grand Adventure (CGA) is a Jackson-based nonprofit that enables pediatric cancer and hematology patients to kickstart their healing process and life after cancer through experiencing the power of potential and beauty of life in the Tetons and Yellowstone.

Over 100 brave young survivors have participated in CGA programs over the past decade. Photo: CGA

Over 100 brave young survivors have participated in CGA programs over the past decade, and many patients return as counselors in the following years for our week-long adventures.

CGA believes in the healing power of exploration, and hope to provide as many children as possible with the opportunity to start fresh, make lifelong friends, and have unforgettable experiences during the trip of a lifetime.

The past 18 months have brought the nonprofit unique challenges, but also opportunities to expand their programming for next year! CGA will have three  trips serving 30 kids coming up in 2022, and they are in the process of launching an incredible virtual CGA experience to reach children who are not able to travel.

Help CGA expand and continue their programming by donating to their cause through Old Bill’s Fun Run.

Every dollar CGA raises goes directly toward their experiential education program costs and bringing more children to the Tetons. Thank you for the incredible support!

Be sure to follow the adventures of CGA on Instagram, Facebook, and sign up for their newsletter here.

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