Camp Erin is the largest national bereavement program for youth grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6-17 attend a transformational weekend camp that combines traditional, fun camp activities with grief education and emotional support, free of charge for all families.
Camp Side-by-Side has provided a class summer camp experience tailored for families who have a child with cancer. It is a week of laughter, rest, and togetherness for 20 families who have a child with cancer. The important online information is in 3 different places: (1) here, (2) here, and (3) here.
Camp Agape NW provides an all-expense-paid weeklong overnight camp for the whole family of a child with cancer. Camp Agape NW gives children with cancer a chance to feel normal, siblings a chance to feel special, and parents a time to be together.
Camp Goodtimes's programming includes a no-cost pediatric oncology camp for patients, survivors and siblings affected by cancer. We welcome campers from western Washington and Alaska, ages 7 to 17, for two separate weeks of residential overnight summer camps on Vashon Island.
Camp Corey is for children who are 7-16 years old living with serious and/or life-altering medical conditions to experience adventure and personal growth.
Seattle Children’s Stanley Stamm Camp welcomes campers between the ages of 6 and 14 who have been seen at Seattle Children's Hospital or its clinics, and who may be unable to attend other camps due to their medical needs. Camp dates for 2016 are August 15 to 19.