In 1999, Allison Massari established the Roger Pepper Adventure Camp after surviving a terrible automobile accident. She formed the camp through the Adaptive Sports Center and named it after Roger Pepper, a selfless onlooker who pulled her from the fiery wreckage and saved her life. The mission of the Roger Pepper Adventure Camps is to promote and provide outdoor recreation to teenagers with severe burns. The activities offered in these summer and winter camps teach young burn survivors new life skills, build self-confidence, and empower them to be more comfortable with their physical and emotional scars. For more information about the camps, please contact Hannah Lang, Logistics Manager, (970) 349-5075 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Roger Pepper Adventure Camps couldn't happen without the support of our generous donors. If you'd like to contribute, please click the button below.