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Why the Lorsch-Lubin Family continues to support Swift Youth Foundation
Scott Lorsch spent his first summer at Swift Youth Foundation in 2007 as the counselor for oldest boys. After Scott's first session came to a close, he immediately came home to tell the rest of the family about how incredible his experience was. As Scott continued to volunteer summer after summer with Swift Youth Foundation, Hillary Lorsch knew that when she entered High School it was her turn to join him. Hillary had her first Swift Youth Foundation as a counselor during the 2011 Swift Carnival. The experience of giving a child joy for just a few hours gave Hillary the motivation to apply for her first summer session in 2011. Since then, Hillary and Scott make Swift Youth Foundation a priority in their lives! Both Scott and Hillary served as counselors, unit heads, and admin members during Swift Youth Foundations summer camp. Swift Youth Foundation taught them the value of mentorship and continues to help develop their professional and personal growth.
Cindy Lubin had her first Swift Youth Foundation experience in 2014 by helping with the organization of one of Swift's first big fundraisers. Cindy continued her involvement with Swift by attending Carnivals and informational meetings where she had the chance to meet past and present Swift campers. Cindy spent her first summer at Swift Youth Foundations camp session in 2015. Although it was only an afternoon, she had the chance to learn and teach kids about controlling their stress and anger during a mindfulness activity. David Lorsch seems to always find his way to connect with children in the greater Phoenix area. David has served on boards such as the Boys and Girls club for many years, an organization Swift continues to join together with. David supports Swift Youth Foundation with both financial and material donations to give Swift the support it needs to hold programs year after year.