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Camp history

Camp Sanguinity was established in 1979 by Dr. Tom Miale and Friends of Camp Sanguinity. The camp has grown from 37 campers in 1980 to 140 campers, ranging from age 6 to 16, and now includes a one day preschool camp for children ages 4 held each year.

While children with cancer today face increasing odds of surviving cancer, they still face many unique challenges. Having cancer makes them different from other children, which can make it more difficult for them to relate to other children and take on new challenges.

Camp Sanguinity allows kids a chance to make friends and share experiences with other young cancer patients. Camp counselors work to provide a safe and therapeutic environment that allows these children to share the experience of being away at summer camp.

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