Calum Worthy Named National Celebrity Spokesperson for YEA Camp‏

LOS ANGELES - JUN 7: Calum Worthy at the Actors Fund's 19th Annual Tony Awards Viewing Party at the Skirball Cultural Center on June 7, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA
Announced today! Disney superstar, Calum Worthy, is the celebrity spokesperson for Youth Empowered Action (YEA Camp) – photo: Nina Prommer / The Actors Fund

Calum Worthy is the Yea Camp celebrity spokesperson.

Youth Empowered Action (YEA) announced today that Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally star Calum Worthy (Twitter link) has been named National Celebrity Spokesperson for this summer’s innovative leadership camps for youth ages 12-17.  A life-changing camp for world-changing teens founded in 2009, YEA Camp has helped hundreds of teens and tweens learn how to get involved and make a difference on the social cause of their choice.

“I’m thrilled to work with YEA Camp to let young people know that they can make a difference on the environment, bullying, human rights, animal rights, and so many other important causes,” said Calum Worthy.  “There’s so much we can all do to make our world a better place.”

Disney superstar Calum Worthy brings his name and celebrity power to youth activism Camp.
Great team up! YEA Camp and celebrity spokesperson Calum Worthy, seen here taking a selfie at the Actors Fund red carpet in Los Angeles. – Photo: Nina Prommer.

Teens from across the country will be spending a week this summer developing their confidence and skills to change the world while at Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp.  YEA Camp will offer four week-long overnight sessions in three states: California, Oregon, and New York.  YEA Camp will be presented July 12-19, 2015 (Quaker Center in Santa Cruz, CA), July 25-August 1, 2015 (Camp Adams in Mollala, OR) and August 9-16, 2015 (Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in High Falls, NY).  For the first time ever, YEA Camp will offer YEA Camp For Animal Advocates, a special session for campers passionate about this issue, also taking place August 9-16, 2015 (Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in High Falls, NY).

“We are honored to collaborate with Calum Worthy, whose dedication to making our world a better place inspires young people to find their voice to make a difference,” said YEA Camp founder Nora Kramer.  “Calum is so committed to protecting the environment and advocating for a better world.  We are delighted to work with him as we support our campers to get active on social causes they care about.”

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