Letting kids w/ cancer & blood disorders be kids again!

Camp Quality is a summer camping experience and year-round support program for children with cancer or a life threatening blood disorder, ages 7-17, and their siblings. Children and families battling these conditions face many difficult physical and emotional challenges. At our summer camps, kids have a chance to let loose and be kids again! With a laugh in their hearts and smiles on their faces, Camp Quality Kids find themselves capable of more than they may have dreamed possible.

We Laugh, Love, Lift-up . . .

Camp Quality has built its reputation on personalized care. Every camper is paired with a companion who is dedicated completely to his or her care. Companions are the life-blood of Camp Q; they are fun to be with, adventuresome, great listeners and are always sharing their love for life. Their primary responsibility is to make sure their camper has the most enjoyable, safe, relaxing and restoring experience possible. This relationship creates a beautiful bond that continues long after camp is over, and oftentimes for years to come.

Normal Kids with Extraordinary Lives . . .

Surrounded by new friends that can relate, loving volunteers who care, and loads of fun experiences, Camp Quality campers find joy, new courage and renewed hope for the future. They are free to be themselves . . . free to be kids again.


Isabel truly had the time of her life. She hadn’t been feeling well in the weeks leading up to camp and we were worried about letting her go. But the growing excitement about going to camp was associated with her feeling better and better. She had such a wonderful week at camp and had so much fun getting a break from all the adults in her life and really got to just be a kid instead of a patient. We were at ease knowing the cancer care team was with her the whole time making sure she was safe. Many families struggle financially during this journey, and we would never have been able to afford to send her to any other general camp, nor would we have been comfortable doing that.

-Nicole, Isabel's mom   

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