CAMP KESEM AT CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY
Camp Kesem supports the often-overlooked population of children affected by a parent’s cancer through a national network of summer camps run by passionate college student leaders.
Camp Kesem (www.campkesem.org) is a nationwide community, driven by passionate college student leaders, supporting children through and beyond their parent’s cancer.
About Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem provides children through and beyond a parent’s cancer with a peer-support network that recognizes and understands their unique needs. This summer, Camp Kesem will serve over 4,000 children, ages 6-16, with fun and support through free summer camps led by passionate college students. Camp Kesem currently operates over 60 chapters in 29 states and is funded donations and community support. For more information on Camp Kesem, please visit www.campkesem.org, Facebook.com/CampKesem, and @CampKesem on Twitter & Instagram.
About Camp Kesem at Case Western
Camp Kesem at Case Western was founded in 2013 and supports children in the Cleveland community by providing a week-long summer camp experience and year-long peer support. Camp Kesem at Case Western is operated by 50 student volunteers and serves 50 campers ages 6-16 per year. For more information about Camp Kesem at Case Western please visit www.campkesem.org/casewestern, Facebook.com/campkesemcwru and @CampKesemCWRU on Twitter.