SERIOUSFUN CHILDREN’S NETWORK

the a&f challenge benefits seriousfun children’s network

SERIOUSFUN IS A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF CAMPS AND PROGRAMS
SERVING KIDS WITH SERIOUS ILLNESSES AND THEIR FAMILIES,
AT NO COST TO THEM.

Founded by actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, SeriousFun Children's
Network is a global community of camps and programs for kids with serious
illnesses and their families.

Specially-designed facilities and programs allow every child, no matter
the medical condition, the opportunity to experience the magic of camp—
always free of charge. For a week at a time, being sick takes a back seat
to being a kid. The network consists of 30 camps and programs worldwide.

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Abercrombie & Fitch first connected with SeriousFun in 2011 through member camp Flying Horse Farms, located in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, near our Home Office. In the last five years, A&F associates have volunteered more than 7,000 hours at Flying Horse Farms. Driven by a groundswell of associate enthusiasm, our partnership has expanded into one with the entire SeriousFun Children's Network.

IN 2016, A&F MADE A $15 MILLION, FIVE-YEAR COMMITMENT TO SERIOUSFUN. THE ORGANIZATION WILL BE THE BENEFACTOR OF THE A&F CHALLENGE THROUGH 2020, WITH A COMMITMENT TO RAISE AT LEAST $1 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR THIS GREAT CAUSE.