Camp Kesem is a national organization that runs free camps for children whose parents have cancer. The camps themselves are put together by college students and run by them as well. There are currently 62 active chapters in 29 states.
Camp Kesem at Cornell is a brand new chapter this year and we’re very excited to be part of such an important cause.
Meet our board members here: http://campkesem.org/cornell/meet-our-board-members
Meet our Camp Counselors here: http://campkesem.org/cornell/meet-our-camp-counselors
If you’d like to read more about our personal organization, here is an article written about us by the Cornell Daily Sun: http://cornellsun.com/blog/2015/03/10/students-to-run-camp-for-cancer-patients-children/
OUR FIRST CAMP
Our camp this year will be at Camp Caspar Gregory and will be held from August 9th to 14th. We hope to be able to give 30 campers a week full of fun and are currently fundraising to make that happen. See our donate page to make a contribution or our campers page if you’d like to apply for your child to take part in camp.
Camper applications are still open so go to this link if you’d like to sign your child up: http://campkesem.org/camper-application
If you’d like to help us out by donating, click here: https://campkesem.givebig.org/c/CK13/a/campkesem-cornell