Welcome to Camp Kesem Fresno State!
What is Camp Kesem?
Camp Kesem is a national organization that is focused on providing kids affected by a parent’s cancer with a free, week-long camp where they can connect with other kids who have gone through the same things that they have. Camp Kesem originally started off at Stanford University in 2000, but since then, it has spread to college campuses all over America. There are over 60 chapters that are all led by college students who put on camps in their communities. The camps help these children to find a supportive network of people that they can turn to, whether that is their peers and new lifelong friends, or the counselors. But most importantly, it just lets them be kids.
This is our first year having a chapter at Fresno State! We feel very fortunate to be the first school in the CSU system to have been approved for a chapter, but we definitely hope we aren’t last! We will be holding our first camp from August 9th-14th, 2015 and we look forward to serving 30 Central Valley children, ages 6-16, at our first camp.
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Camp will be held from August 9th-14th at Camp Wawona. Don’t lose out on your spot! Limited spots available! To apply to be a camper, click here.If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.