Next time you and your family are at Easton Town Center, consider parking at a meter or dropping your loose change into one of the street fixtures. Why? It's simple: During the months of March and April, money collected from the meters will go to Flying Horse Farms, a camp for children with serious illnesses.

Flying Horse Farms is partnering with Easton and its Change for Charity program, which donates the meter money to various charities and organizations throughout the year. With a goal of $900,000, Flying Horse Farms is hoping to send more than 350 kids to camp.

Learn more about Flying Horse Farms, its mission and ways you can help at www.flyinghorsefarms.org.

-Heather Weekley