“You should go because you know you’re not alone.”
Every year, Cancer Family Care organizes Camp Courage, a one-day camp experience for children between the ages of 5 to 14 who have been impacted by a cancer diagnosis in the family or by a loss due to cancer. Camp Courage is also open to childhood cancer survivors.
Campers are divided into groups according to age and participate in a variety of therapeutic activities throughout the day. Older children can also participate in a high ropes course experience.
Cancer Family Care’s main office provides transportation to and from Camp Joy.
Please contact Kaitlyn Grote at (513) 731-3346 with questions regarding registration.
CAMP COURAGE 2023
June 3, 2023, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
For more information:
Cancer Family Care
4790 Red Bank Expressway, Suite 128
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Phone: (513) 731-3346
Please fill out the Registration form to secure a spot. You will also be required to sign release/waiver forms in order for your child to participate in Camp Courage. Please fill out the required release form for Camp Joy and print and fill out a waiver form and bring it when dropping off your child. If someone else will be dropping off your child, please make arrangements with them to bring the form. If you cannot print the attached form and bring it, it will be available upon drop-off.
Camp Courage is staffed by camp counseling professionals and volunteers. All adults participating have undergone background checks for your child’s safety. If your child needs individual care during the day, please contact Kaitlyn Grote at Cancer Family Care at 513-731-3346, extension 117, or email@example.com to discuss your child’s special needs. Depending on the severity of your child’s needs, we may or may not be able to serve your child. Parents/guardians are not permitted to accompany their child throughout the day.
You will receive email confirmation within 72 hours from Cancer Family Care that you are registered.
“It’s a nice place to go to express your feelings about cancer.”
“It helps you understand cancer.”