Neferteri Plessy Announces Return of Mompreneur & Kids Summer Camp in Catalina Island
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Actress, model and single moms activist Neferteri Plessy has announced the return of the "Mompreneur & Kids Summer Camping Trip" hosted by her charity Single Moms Planet and The Boy Scouts of America who will sponsor the in Catalina Island on Aug. 12. The event returns after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are pleased and excited to join with the Boy Scouts of America to present the return the Single Moms Planet Momprenuer & Kids Summer Camping Trip this summer after long break,” said Neferteri Plessy, founder and CEO of the non-profit charitable organization Single Moms Planet. “We promised our working moms and executive moms that we will bring back summer camp for a chance to network and give their children the summer camp experience they’ve been waiting for these last two years.”
The Momprenuer & Kids Summer Camping Trip will take place from Friday, Aug. 12 to Sunday, Aug. 14 at Camp Emerald Bay, on Catalina Island, the southernmost of the state’s Channel Islands, located 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles. The camp, operated by the Western Los Angeles County Council, Boy Scouts of America, allows single moms and their children to participate in games, hiking, sailing, kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, row boating, as well as share campfire stories and more.
With water activities, Emerald Bay’s natural landscape and outdoor camping area where campers can enjoy the stars and fresh air, The camp will provide a memorable experience and a unique bonding opportunity for mother and child.
Boys and girls ages 7 to 18 are welcome to attend and must be accompanied by their mother or a female guardian at all times. They must have a negative COVID-19 test to participate. Admission to the camp for a mother with up to two children is a $350 donation. For additional packages click here.
The summer camp program was created by Single Moms Planet in 2017 to give working single moms the opportunity to join together and network while spending quality time with their children in traditional camp activities.