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Children's Residential Camp for Cancer

Welcome to Camp Quality Ozarks

Did you know more than 260 children in Missouri are diagnosed with cancer each year?  Camp Quality Ozarks is not in the business of finding a cure for cancer, but we are in the business of ensuring that every child who has been diagnosed with cancer can not only have a summer camp experience, but year-round programs to enhance their quality of life and encourage quality family time.

Our Campers

When a cancer diagnosis comes to a child, in a lot of ways, childhood stops. Vacations, family time, crafts, and campfires are replaced with doctor visits, chemo, isolation and restrictions. With children’s safety and medical needs forefront, Camp Quality Ozarks breaks down those barriers for children and families and restores the childhood experience.  Surrounded by new friends that can relate, loving volunteers who care, and loads of fun experiences, Camp Quality campers find joy, courage and renewed hope for the future. They are free to be themselves . . . free to be kids again.

Summer Camp: June 11-16-2023

Our week-long summer camp will be June 11-16, 2023 in Neosho, MO.

Get a jump on your place at camp by becoming a member of the Early Bird Club! Complete your summer camp registration by April 15, 2023, and you will receive an exclusive Early Bird Club member bandana to wear at camp this summer. We can’t wait to see you at camp! Registration opens in February.

A virtual CAMP IN program will be available for those in the hospital or at home. So, choose your own adventure, and either way, we’ll see you this summer!

See our Camp Program Guidelines for details on our COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

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Our Mission

Camp Quality serves children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship, at no cost. Camp Quality promotes hope and inspiration while helping children foster life skills and develop their full potential.