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LEAP Into The Future Grab The Torch at Fountain Valley School June 10-15, 2012 A Sustainable Value Leadership , Ethical and Philanthropic Experience. Grab The Torch The LEAP initiative. L eadership E thics A nd P hilanthropy. Our Mission.

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LEAP Into The Future Grab The Torch at Fountain Valley SchoolJune 10-15, 2012 A Sustainable Value Leadership , Ethical and Philanthropic Experience
grab the torch the leap initiative
Grab The Torch The LEAP initiative
  • Leadership
  • Ethics
  • And
  • Philanthropy
our mission
Our Mission

To teach future leaders the importance of giving back for the greater global good.

Experiencing the legacy of Paul Newman

Summer Camp: An organic experience that creates lifelong memories and friendships, strengthens values and builds community.

Leadership, ethics and philanthropy camps are currently held in three locations during the summer. Each camp is a six day, five night full emersion program. Students are exposed to an extraordinary range of speeches and panels, where they experience personal accounts from leaders and entrepreneurs from the non-profit, philanthropic and socially responsible business community. We combine the magical experience of summer camp with the endless opportunities to give back.

voices from camp
Voices from Camp

Kayla, CT, ’10, ‘11

Alicia, CO ‘10, ‘11 , VT’11

Ken Berger of Charity Navigator greets campers

  • “ Grab the Torch Camp changed my outlook on life. It made me more adventurous in striving for opportunities that just seemed right. Camp provided the fuel for the fire of passion. I know the possibility of completing a task and goal is greater than ever before.”
  • “ Wow, that’s all I can say. Wow, how can one week be so incredibly insightful and be equivalent to some of the most important things I’ve learned throughout my entire life? I can feel the experience in every buzzing cell in my body.”

A parent

“Plain and simple. My son came home a different boy. We’re forever grateful”

grab the torch team
Grab The Torch Team
  • Dave Aldrich, CEO Grab The Torch
  • Nan Peterson, Blake School, Shinnyo-en Foundation
  • Emily Woods, Vanderbilt Ingram Scholar GTT’s 30/30
  • Luana Nissan, Glenn Institute Service Learning
  • Matt Nink, Global Youth Leadership Institute*
  • Paul Miller, NAIS 20/20 Global Leadership
  • Kate Faricy, Fountain Valley School
  • Christina McGrath, COPPeR, GTT’s 30/30

*new partnership for ‘12

a typical day at camp
A typical day at camp
  • Breakfast
  • History of Giving
  • Foundations 101
    • History
    • Funding Focus
    • Grant Submission
    • Review
    • Site Visits
    • Grant Approval
    • Benchmarks
  • Lunch
  • Frisbee
  • Paul Newman’s legacy
    • Career
    • Entrée to Philanthropy
    • Newman’s Own
    • Hole in The Wall Gang Camp
    • Newman’s Foundation
    • Sustainability
  • Cause Related Marketing
  • Social Responsibility
  • Dinner
  • Movie: Field of Dreams
  • Campfire Discussion
speakers and panelists
Speakers and Panelists*
  • Alexis Boian, Penny Harvest and Young Philanthropists
  • Alan Hassenfeld, Hasbro and CECP
  • Paul Schervish, Boston College Wealth & Philanthropy
  • Allison Knapp, Founder Paul Newman’s Round Up River Ranch, CO
  • James Canton , Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, CT
  • Ken Berger, Charity Navigator
  • Heather Carroll, Association of Small Foundations
  • Christina McGrath, COPPeR
  • John Griswold, The Common Fund Institute
  • Lois McClure, Vermont Philanthropist
  • Thayer Tutt, El Pomar
  • Vince Chirico, Google Denver
  • Charley Simansky, American Red Cross
  • Nan Peterson, 6 Billion Paths to Peace
  • Neill Steinberg, RI Foundation
  • Katie Doyle Myers, Philanthropiece
  • Stuart-Comstock Gay, The Vermont Community Foundation
  • Jessica Griffith, Board Source

* Past and Future

John Griswold of The Common Fund Institute