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This 5-day camp of exploration, problem solving, collaboration and team building, with a total of 15 hours of STEM instruction will focus on research methodology in a classroom setting.  Campers will be engaged throughout the week, exploring possibilities, asking questions and pondering new ways to solve problems while studying subjects such as Solar System and Beyond, Earth, Aeronautics, Technology, the International Space Station, and Journey to Mars.


The campers will complete a series of projects that expand their understanding of each subject studied.  The projects will be fun and interactive.  Competitive games and collaborative learning activities will keep them engaged.  The camp will provide two snacks each day.  Students must provide their own lunch.  A tour of Agnes Scott College’s Bradley Observatory and Planetarium on Friday will provide a rich culmination of the week’s learning opportunities.  By the end of the program, campers will be able to articulate and present authentic NASA projects, be presented with a NASA Certificate of Completion and photos of their week’s journey.


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2019 NASA Astro Camp®

For Middle School Students (6th - 8th Grades)

Monday - Friday, June 10-14, 2019

Length: M-F; 1 week

Grades: 6th-8th

Tuition: $400

Target Students: 45 middle school students who have limited or no previous experience in STEM.




For High School Students (9th and 10th Grade)

Monday - Friday, June 17-21, 2019

Length: M-F; 1 week

Grades: 9th-10th

Tuition: $400

Target Students: 30 high school students who have limited or no previous experience in STEM.





Daily Schedule:

  • 8:00 am – 8:40 am Drop Off/ Assembly
  • 8:45 am—9:00 am Campers go to assigned classrooms
  • 9:00 am—9:50 am Mission Team Assignment
  • 9:55 am—10:00 am Class Movement
  • 10:00 am—10:45 am Mission Team Assignment
  • 10:45 am—11:00 am Morning Break/Snack
  • 11:00 am—11:50 am Mission Team Assignment
  • 12:00 pm—12:30 pm Lunch/ Video
  • 12:40 pm—1:45 pm Mission Team Assignment
  • 2:00 pm—2:15 pm Afternoon Break/ Snack
  • 2:30 pm—3:15 pm Daily Entries in Journal/ Clean up Environment
  • 3:30 pm—4:00 pm Parent Pick up

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Why Join Us ?

The Foundation has a 20+ year history of supporting military families in need.  Since 1995, the Family-2-Family Foundation annual holiday project, formerly the 116 ACW Holiday Project, has provided assistance to hundreds of military men, women and children throughout Middle Georgia, North Atlanta and their surrounding communities.  We are committed to serve the men and women who serve our country; our nation’s defenders and their dependents. Our  Foundation  is  deeply  rooted  in  military  members  supporting  and assisting other military members in times of trouble.  As a family we are committed  to  taking  care  of  our  own!   Volunteerism,  monetary contributions  and  tireless  efforts  are  the  driving  force  behind  the foundation.


Our Annual Holiday Project kicks off each year on October 1st and runs until the second week of December.  Currently The Family-2-Family Holiday Project is among the largest community assistance sponsor during the holidays for military members and their dependents.  The Foundation provides each child per household with two complete outfits, underwear, socks, shoes, coats and at least one age appropriate toy, each parent or guardian receives gift cards and the household receives an 80-100 lb box of food.  Each year we deliver all these items and more for military families and dependents.  That’s why we need your support.  Please take a moment and make a donation and then tell your friends and family members.  All donations are tax deductible.

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Our mission is to provide social and humanitarian assistance to military and community families due to a crisis and/ or economic hardship.


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Our goal is to bring stability to the family core which will positively impact our neighborhoods and change the economic outlook within our local, state and global communities.


Our Success

Our foundation is based upon the belief that our families and their needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our success is based on our abilities to exceed expectations and impeccable customer service. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry of charitable and humanitarian assistance.

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Gwendolyn Badie is CEO and Founder of the Family-2-Family Foundation, Inc.  She is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of the United States Air Force and Georgia Air National Guard.  Faithfully and honorably serving her country for 32 years in multiple roles of leadership and command, she led the foundation for 19+ years organizing volunteers, soliciting community support and assisting military families.  She is currently employed for the NASA Shared Service Center at John C. Stennis Space Center, MS as the Service Provider Human Resource Manager.


Kipp Stewart is President of the Board of Directors for the Foundation.  She is a retired Chief Master Sergeant of the United States Air Force and Georgia Air National Guard.  As the former Force Support Squadron Superintendent, Kipp has been a loyal and dedicated supporter of the Foundation for over 10 years.  She is currently serving within her local church and Warner Robins, GA community.


Tanya Greene is Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Foundation.  She is a Chief Master Sergeant currently assigned at Robins Air Force Base with the 116th Air Control Wing, Force Support Squadron.  Supporting the Foundation for many years, she is a huge advocate for our military families and their dependents.


Shakela Pitts serves as Secretary for the Foundation.  She is a Master Sergeant currently assigned at Robins Air Force Base with the 116th Air Control Wing, Logistics Readiness Squadron.  As a former recipient of the Foundation’s generosity, Shakela takes pride in giving back and serving as a leader of the Foundation.

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The 2017 Annual Holiday Project has kicked off to a roaring start thanks for our partner and greatest advocate, the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce!  We are assisting military families and their dependent for the Christmas holiday and need your help.  Please make a tax deductible monetary donation or sponsor a family.  You can donate here on site and/ or reach out to the Family-2-Family Foundation for more information.
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