We provide emotionally empowering experiences to Idaho's children diagnosed with cancer and their families.
We empower kids who have cancer, encouraging them to take on the world.
Summer camping program for children with cancer and other life challenges.
At Camp Sunshine, we work to restore some of the fabric of the family by providing happy memories and the opportunity to develop coping skills.
Using kayaking as a metaphor for life and its many ups and downs, we strive to prove to young adults battling cancer that they can do anything, despite or because of their disease.
Horseback riding program kids with cancer and their families in Michigan. Overnight retreats and horsey house calls provide respite to families during tumultuous times. camp-casey.org
Camp Casco is a place where "New England" kids experience the magic of summer camp, with the support and guidance of our outstanding caregivers, and the constant supervision of our professional medical team.
This is a camp for children touched by cancer, either diagnosed themselves, have a loved one diagnosed or have lost someone to cancer. It is a space for kids to meet other kids with cancer in the family that they can relate to and just have fun!
Camp Sunshine provides summer camp and year round programs for children with cancer and their families.
Camp Casco is a free week-long sleep-away summer camp for childhood cancer patients and survivors.
The Double H Ranch was founded by Charles R. Wood and Paul Newman and is a camp for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses. All campers attend for one week, free of charge.
Set on the waters of Vaughn bay, with a view of the southern Olympic Mountains, we offer a full camp experience for individuals with disabilities.
Mission Creek Camp is a camp for individuals with all abilities, especially Special Needs. The camp is being retrofitted to enable us to handle individuals in wheelchairs, however that is coming in the next year.
Free medically supported summer camp for kids with serious illnesses.
Dream Street at Canyon Ranch is a unique program for maturing young adults 18-24 dealing with life-threatening illnesses. www.canyonranch.com
Sib Camp is an opportunity for siblings of children with disabilities to kick back, experience the freedom and thrill of adventure, and share a great time with peers who truly understand the ups and downs of life with siblings what have special needs. It includes zip-lining, kayaking, geocaching, biking, swimming, campfires and lots of fun.