Summer 2019 Recap

All We Can Say Is:
What A Party!

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It’s fun. It’s real. It’s for kids.

Camp Casco is for kids who have faced the one of the toughest medical challenges - cancer. We encourage kids to be silly and adventurous in a safe and welcoming environment.

We offer two medically-safe camp experiences for kids with cancer for free, including a week-long overnight camp for ages 7-17 and a day camp for ages 5-10. We host socials throughout the year to keep that “camp feeling” going.

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Camps and Activities

 
 
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Overnight Camp

2019 was our 5th season offering overnight camp. Available for campers age 7-17, we offer 5 parent-free and sibling-free days of camp! It’s time to climb into your bunk and join in on camp activities.

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Day Camp

For our younger campers, we offer a week-long day camp. At day camp we do everything from arts and crafts to science experiments and swimming!

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Socials

Throughout the year we throw socials to keep campers and their families connected. For new campers, these are great to try us on for size.

 
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We Love Volunteers!

We are a non-profit organization that runs thanks to donations, grants and volunteers. Other than our two staff members, we are honored to have volunteers fill spots as board members, camp counselors, finance members and more.

We’d love for you to learn more about our summer and year-round opportunities.

Donations and Fundraising

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and 100% of our proceeds are spent providing outstanding childhood memories for our campers and their families. We are grateful for every dollar donated and every sponsor.

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Donate

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Fundraising Events

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Sponsorship Opportunities

 
After attending as a camper I decided to go back my next year as a counselor ... because Camp Casco became like my second family and I wanted to give back to the ones that made me feel loved and supported.
— "Cookie," camper turned counselor
 
 
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