Upcoming Events and Reminders
Celebrating the Life of Lisa McNeely
Lisa Ann McNeely, was born in Houston, Texas on May 27, 1961, and passed away in Pinehurst, TX on May 9, 2021, just shy of turning 60 years old.
Lisa was born with spina bifida, she dedicated her life to help others with disabilities. Nothing stopped her from giving back to others. We are more than thankful to receive donations from the McNeely family, as they honor Lisa's memory.
Our deepest condolences to her family and friends. In lieu of flowers, you can donate to SPina Bifida Houston Gulf Coast.
2021 Camp FAQ Facebook Live
This year the CTLB Staff will be hosting a one stop shop for all questions, comments, and concerns about CTLB 2021 via a Facebook Live session on June 12th at 12pm. We will be discussing camp arrival/departure procedures, COVID protocols, and much more as well as answering your questions. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Admin Team at email@example.com or by clicking the button below. We can't wait to see you there!
DATE AND TIMES:
Date: June 12, 2021
Camp That Love Built
June 27-July 2, 2021
Camp that Love Built
Camp That Love Built provides summer camp for people with Spina Bifida, focuses on a family environment to help independence, growth, positive learning and a network of friends. We can't wait for this year's camp festivities. Be sure you send in your registration forms. Questions? Be sure to contact us.
June 27-July 2, 2021
(Volunteer arrival June 26, 2021)
Camp For All
6301 Rehburg Road
Burton, Texas 77835
We provide a week-long summer camp for people ages 6+ diagnosed with Spina Bifida, by focusing on a family--oriented and completely volunteer driven environment to enrich all lives of volunteers/campers by ensuring a sense of belonging, a network of friends and families, and a positive learning environment focused on independence and growth.
What is Spina Bifida
Spina Bifida is the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the United States. Spina Bifida literally means “split spine.” It happens when a baby is in the womb and the spinal column does not close all of the way.
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