OKIZU: is committed to the continuing support of the childhood cancer community through its Oncology and Siblings camping programs, Family weekends, Bereavement programs, and Teen and Young Adult programs. Located in Novato CA.
www.okizu.org; 415.382.9083

Children’s Oncology Camping Association International: Strengthens the international community of camps for children with cancer and their families through networking, advocacy, education and other resources. 65 camps located throughout the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
www.coca-intl.org; 515.669-4580

American Cancer Society (American Cancer Society Summer Camps): the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.
www.cancer.org; 800.ACS·2345

World’s Greatest Camp: providing year-round recreational and social activities designed to foster supportive relationships for pediatric cancer patients and their families. Located in Orange County, CA.
www.ocf-ocf.org; (949)855-1972

Camp Summer Sault: American Cancer Society, in collaboration with Campfire USA, Long Beach Cancer League and other donors and volunteers has provided a summer day camp experience free-of-charge. Five-day day camp for children with cancer aged 6 to 13 and their siblings. Leadership experience for teenagers aged 14 and older.
Located in Long Beach, CA.
310.437.0791 or 562.933-8600

Camp Jornada Foundationz: This is a free camp for children faced with cancer and they also offer a year round support network.
www.campjornada.org

Camp Sunshine: Families of cancer patients may apply to attend a weeklong camp at no charge.
www.campsunshine.org

Kids camp.com: Lists oncology camps by region and state.
www.kidscamps.com/special_needs/cancer_oncology.html

Special Love, Inc; 540.667.3774
www.speciallove.org

First Descents: First Descents provides whitewater kayaking and other outdoor adventure experiences to promote emotional, psychological and physical healing for young adults with cancer.
www.firstdescents.org/cms/ 970.845.8400