Bosses at a summer camp founded by Britney Spears are seeking new sponsors to help keep the organisation for underprivileged kids afloat.
The Toxic singer launched the Britney Spears Camp for the Performing Arts, a 10-day program for "economically disadvantaged" children, in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, in 1999.
It was renamed the Summer Stars Camp in 2004 after Spears separated herself from the foundation, and has since been run on donations from stars including rapper 50 Cent and the Jonas Brothers.
But the camp is now facing closure while bosses struggle to find the $250,000 (£167,000) needed to keep it open.
The executive director tells TMZ.com the camp is so desperate for funds, bosses have entered a contest run by soda giant Pepsi in a bid to win a grant.