After losing her husband, she founded a grief support camp for children
Twice a year, children between 6 and 17 who have lost a significant loved one gather at Camp Hope for a weekend of support.
This ranch helps kids dream big
Carter was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of eight years old. A Colorado camp transformed him from hospital patient back to being just a kid.
What's your SeriousFun story?
Have you experienced a SeriousFun camp? In honor of Paul Newman's upcoming birthday, we're gathering those stories to create a mosaic of memories.
A camp that gives hope
The Center for Family Justice breaks the cycle of abuse and violence by providing services that create hope and restore lives.
This is no ordinary kids' camp
The second “Hole in the Wall Camp” opened in 1993 in New York's scenic Adirondack Park.
At this special camp, children are encouraged to "raise a little hell"
Diagnosed with cancer at just 11 years old, Amanda Garbatini struggled to cope — until she heard about a unique Connecticut kids' camp.
For grieving children, a wooded respite
Camp Erin, nestled in the Santa Cruz mountains, is a weekend camp for teens and children who have lost someone special.
How Green Chimneys gives special needs students and their families hope for the future
This therapeutic special education school and residential placement facility supports 250 students and 200 animals.