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Camp Angel
COST-FREE weekend camps for young people who are affected by cancer through a brother, sister, parent, or grandparent presently living with cancer or who have experienced the loss of a loved one through cancer.
1611 Pine Tree Lane
St. Germain, WI 54558
715-542-4400, 1-800-860-3431
Fax 715-542-2423
Email: [email protected]

Camp Good Days and Special Times
Camp Good Days and Special Times, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides a camping experience and more for children and adults facing the toughest challenges of life. Children touched by cancer, HIV/AIDS,and violence gather at our recreational facility on beautiful Keuka Lake (Finger Lakes, central NY) to spark new smiles, re-kindle friendships and enjoy a week where they can simply be kids.

Camp One Step at a Time
Children's Oncology Services of Illinois sponsor Camp One Step at a Time in Lake Geneva, WI. This camp is for children who have or have had cancer. Children ages 7-18 from Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa and Michigan can come to the camp for one or two weeks in July. People who are older than 18 can become counselors. The type of camp experience depends on the interest of the child. Medical staff is available to distribute chemotherapy and other medications as needed.
The Children's Oncology Services of Illinois
One Step at a Time Projects
264 Cottonwood Drive
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Camp Simcha
The only kosher summer camp for children from North America and Israel with oncology and/or hematologic diseases. The facilities are in Glen Spey, New York. The camp is for children on therapy or less than two years after discontinuation of therapy. All costs, including transportation, are underwritten allowing each child to enjoy a fun-filled summer free of charge.
Esther Schwartz
Chai Lifeline/Camp Simcha
48 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10010
Fax: 212-255-1495

Camp HOPE (Helping Others' Pain End)
A weekend away for children and teenagers, ages 6-16, to be with others their own age who have experienced the death of a parent, brother, sister, grandparent, or close friend. Through playing, sharing, and being together with peers who know what grief is like, the children realize that what they are feeling is a normal part of the grieving process.
816 N. Second Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481

Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
Started and funded by the actor Paul Newman, (HWGC) is a summer camp specifically for children with cancer and/or serious blood diseases.
565 Ashford Center Road
Ashford, CT 06278

The Silver Lining Ranch
A camp for children with cancer and life threatening illnesses located in the therapeutically serene mountains of Aspen, Colorado.
1490 Ute Avenue
Aspen, Colorado 81611
PH (970) 925-9540
FX (970) 544-0565

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