“Camp Kesem is a wonderful place that like the Holt Brothers Foundation offers children the support they need to cope with a parent facing cancer.
The Butterfly Grant was named by the Holt's because it represents the perfect transition from Camp Kesem's mascot a caterpillar, which takes two weeks to transform into a butterfly.
“We are so thrilled the Holt Brothers Foundation has stepped in to help answer the overwhelming demand for our services, supporting children affected by a parent's cancer,” said Jane Saccaro, Camp Kesem CEO.
The ever-expanding Camp Kesem provides children affected by a parent's cancer with a supportive, lifelong camp community that recognizes and understands their unique needs.
Kesem received a supervision order and was monitored by the Probation Trust.
He says it was during this t i m e that he decided to turn his life FIGHT NIGHT: Kesem Clayton in 1987 around and went to the Probation Trust and Midland Heart housing association for help.
Kesem's boss, head chef Keith Taylor, said: "I knew about Kesem's past before I employed him, but I wanted to give him a chance.
Probation officer Harvi Gheent added: "Kesem is a good example of someone who has reached a point in their life where they would like to make changes but just need a bit of direction.
Lloyd Clayton, aged 44, of George Pool House, Windsor Street, Spon End, Coventry, destroying property to the value of pounds 150, ordered to pay compensation of pounds 150.
Lloyd Clayton, 42, of George Poole House, Windsor Street, Spon End, Coventry, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, community punishment order for 100 hours, community rehabilitation order for two years and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 150.
Clayton and his accomplices, Brian Cator and Aiden Carvell, admitted carrying out the assault on James Hunter.
Lloyd Clayton, aged 39, of George Poole House, Windsor Street, Spon End, Coventry, using threatening words or behaviour, four months imprisonment suspended for two years.