Mark Manning, Author at Generocity Philly

Mark Manning

Mark Manning

Since his first summer as a counselor at a camp for children with diabetes in 2007, Mark Manning has worked to help those who feel different to come together to build a community of support. A decade of working in youth development and for summer camp programs lead him to rural villages in Alaska, ski slopes of Lake Tahoe and summer camp programs in 10 states. He now works to make sure all children in Southeast Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas have a safe and supportive community in the summer to explore their independence and boost their confidence.

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