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Champ Camp

Champ Camp is a week-long, residential summer camp experience for child burn survivors ages 5-16, who have been treated at California hospitals or are current residents of California. Each year, approximately 130 children attend this weeklong summer camp at Wonder Valley in Sanger, California.

Champ Camp is free to all burn survivors and it is fully staffed by medical doctors, nurses, program staff, volunteers and counselors – many of whom are also burn unit nurses, burn doctors, adult burn survivors and firefighters. Activities at the camp include fishing, horseback riding, crafts, canoeing, archery, water slides, camp fire, a dance, and team building activities. The main focus of camp is for burn survivors to have fun and just be kids away from medical procedures and financial hardships.  Camp provides a safe environment where burn survivors can play, learn, grow, gain self-esteem, and make new friends.

For burn-injured children 5 to 16 years old, please fill out your application and health form to attend Champ Camp by May 1st. Champ Camp 2014 dates are June 7th-14th. Mark your calendars!

Download the Application

For more information on attending Champ Camp or how to volunteer, please contact Daniel "Apollo" Chacon by email at dchacon@aarbf.org.

Buckaroos (child survivors ages 5-7) watch a demonstration during ‘superhero training’ at Champ Camp 2011.

 
Interested in becoming a Champ Camp Counselor? Click here.

 

 

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