A local non-profit is seeking the public’s help in acquiring camping equipment for the teens they serve. Multicultural Family Center Director, Jacqueline Hunter, says after one camping experience went so well, they decided to expand the program. The hope is the program can be sustained for upcoming camping seasons. Hunter says the city pays for certain things but not the actual camping equipment. Hunter says doing activities in nature is a great way for teens in these stressful times to unwind and relax. Hunter says kids whose families may be less fortunate financially, often do not get the same experiences as those who are not and the goal is to bridge that divide. For more information on how to help, go to the MFC Facebook page or mfcdbq.org.