Tim Murphy, CEO of Boomers Parks, which operates Big Kahuna’s, made the donation last month, during the renaming and ribbon-cutting event of the year-round water park.
The Camden County Partnership for Children supports children with emotional needs, behavioral challenges and/or developmental disabilities, and their families, in Camden County.
April DiPietro, the community resource director for the Camden County Partnership for Children, said the donation will have impact.
“Knowing that we are in a time of financial instability, this donation was extra special to us,” she said. “Big Kahuna’s offers our community a safe place to go all year round, not just in the summer.
“(Their) donation will impact families and help connect individuals who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to afford such an experience. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for caring about the community and wanting to give back.”
Big Kahuna’s, a year-round water park formerly known as Sahara Sam’s, recently rebranded as an island-themed, indoor/outdoor family-fun destination.