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Hematology Oncology Camps for Kids

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For kids with cancer or blood disorders, childhood isn't always simple, especially if you have to miss out on a lot of fun activities, like summer camp and weekend camps. At Camps for Kids, our campers get just the right dose of fun, like fishing, canoeing, horseback riding, and singing around the campfire, all in a safe environment with a medical team on site. So, while things be complicated, while they're at camp, one thing doesn't have to be ... childhood.

Camp Jubilee

Camp Jubilee is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a weeklong summer camping experience for children ages 7-14 with sickle cell disease.

For camp information, contact our Child Life team

Camp Mak-A-Dream

Camp Mak-A-Dream provides cost-free ,medically-supervised, Montana experiences, in an intimate community setting for children, teens and young adults affected by cancer. Cook Children's sponsors a trip for young adults to attend Camp Mak-A-Dream's Young Adult Conference (ages 18-40) each June.

For camp information, contact our Child Life team

Camp Sanguinity

Camp Sanguinity allows children being treated at Cook Children's for cancer and blood disorders to have a summer camp experience.

For camp information, contact our Child Life team

Camp NOW

Camp NOW offers families of Neuro-Oncology patients a weekend at Camp John Marc. It's an opportunity for the entire family to enjoy the outdoors, spend quality time together and create a sense of community.

For camp information, contact our Child Life team

Camp O'Hana

Camp O'Hana is a weekend family camp held every year in mid-March for families of children who are survivors of childhood cancer. The weekend offers survivors and their families an opportunity to spend quality time together, meet other survivors and families and have fun celebrating their life after cancer.

For camp information, contact our Child Life team

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