The Flagler County organization is celebrating five years.
Vincent's Clubhouse celebrated its fifth year with its fourth summer camp, for children with autism.
Founded by Erica Flores, the organization's mission is "to serve children with autism and other special needs through collaboration with communities and schools by creating engaging and inclusive social opportunities, summer camps, support groups and advocacy programs."
This year's camp included a visit from a K-9 unit from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, an ice cream truck, a visit from the Palm Coast Fire Department, and a yoga class from Hot Yoga Studio in Palm Coast.
One parent, Heather Dorries, said: "Noah has the best time, and we're so grateful to have found a camp not only willing to take him, but one that was thrilled to have him. They were phenomenal with checking in about Latex allergies and making every activity inclusive. He already can't wait until next summer. Thank you, Vincent's Clubhouse, for caring and loving our sweet boy this week."
The organization hosts monthly social events that are announced via Facebook and a mailing list. At 6 p.m. every third Wednesday during the school year, Vincent's Clubhouse hosts a support groups with Flagler Schools at the Government Services Building.
To be added to the mailing list, email [email protected].