PORTLAND (WGME) -- Camp Sunshine on Sebago Lake is getting a renovation thanks to the generosity of two organizations.
The camp, which offers a retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses, needed to replace the floors on the first level after about 20 years of wear and tear.
They're getting just that, thanks to Saulnier Epoxy Floors and the Sika Corporation.
The companies teamed up to donate about $100,000 worth of products and services to install a new epoxy floor at the camp.
Those behind the donation say they're just happy to help out such a great cause.
“What Camp Sunshine is doing is absolutely amazing,” Saulnier Epoxy Floors President Jacob Andrews said. “Camp Sunshine is an absolutely unbelievable organization, and for me to be able to leave a footprint left here, it's just very special to me. I couldn't be happier to help them out.”
All in all, Camp Sunshine will have about 18,000 square feet of new floors for kids to enjoy.View This Story on Our Site