Free Summer Camps for Children Whose Parents Have Cancer

Parents, Below are some free summer camp resources for your children to consider!

Camp Kesem at Cornell University

 

Camp Kesem at Cornell University was founded in 2014 and supports children in the Tompkins County community by providing a week-long summer camp experience and year-long peer support. Camp Kesem at Cornell University is operated by 30 student volunteers and serves 40 campers ages 6-16 per year. Our summer camps (as well as all other year-round programs offered by Kesem) are completely free of charge.


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Camp Kesem at Cornell University will use the facility of YMCA of Greater Rochester’s Camp Gorham located in Eagle Bay, NY cornell@campkesem.org | (607) 463-0636  Willard Straight Hall Box #89, Ithaca, NY 14850

Click here for a downloadable brochure.

Kesem By Your Side Form

Camp Kesem Syracuse University

is a unique, summer camp for children whose parents have cancer. Camp Kesem is free of charge and open to any 6-16 year old in the Central NY/Finger Lakes region who has, or has had, a primary caregiver with cancer. The camp will be held at Camp Aldersgate Campsite, Greig, NY.

 

Camp Good DaysCamp Good Days

has a variety of excellent programs for families touched by cancer.
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