SERIOUSFUN CHILDREN’S NETWORK

the a&f challenge benefits seriousfun children’s network

SeriousFun is a global community of camps and programs for kids with serious illnesses and their families.

Founded by actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, SeriousFun camps create joy-filled,
confidence-building experiences 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. 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 the A&F 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 2021, WITH A COMMITMENT TO RAISE AT LEAST $1 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR THIS GREAT CAUSE.