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From the moment they arrive, the children and teenagers learn that it is okay to laugh and play and that to do so is not disrespectful to the memory of the person who died. That fun and positive energy comes through in everything we do - starting with our counselors, to our on-site nurse to our kitchen staff. And since everyone who is at camp knows what it’s like to lose someone they love, there is also plenty of space for sharing and the acceptance of tears.
Through playing, sharing, and being together in a camp setting with peers and staff who know the pain, the children and teenagers realize that the emotions they are feeling are a normal part of grief. What is happening to them happens to others everywhere, and at Camp HOPE, their pain is understood and shared.
Thank you so much, from the bottom of our hearts to all of our generous donors. Continued support and giving
from friends like you, help support Camp HOPE's mission to provide grieving children and their families a free
camp experience, services and resources to help them work through the grieving process.
A very special thank you to all the wonderful sponsors, contributors and participants of the annual
Camp HOPE Golf Outing and Casting For HOPE fundraiser events. Congratulations to the
2019 Casting For HOPE winners, Josephson boat and Miller boat!
We would also like to thank each of our well-trained and dedicated volunteers, whom encourages a fun,
safe and supportive environment to help our families open the door to healing.
Please visit our Support Page for more information on ways you can help to ensure that Camp HOPE
continues to offer a healing resource for children and families for years to come.