Sending the kids to camp Baltimore Business Journal - by Scott Dance Staff

Alexis from Middle River and Brett from Dundalk need your help. They need you to get computer training so they can go to nature camp.

Sounds kind of weird, but System Source, a Hunt Valley information technology services company, is pledging $50 for each registration for classes it's offering over the next two months. The money will go to cover tuition for summer camp at Irvine Nature Center in Stevenson.

Classes cover programs including Microsoft Access and Office and Windows SharePoint Services. Prices range from $99 to $5,495, depending on the class.

Michelle Robinson, System Source's learning center director, said the donations should cover costs for at least two recipients, Alexis and Brett. And class registration comes with a free letter reporting back on the kids' camp experience.