Jan
25
Sat
January 25th – Sarasota, FL – The Mark Wandall Foundation Volunteer Training @ Gold Coast Eagle Distributing
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

During this six hour training you will meet Comfort Zone Camp staff and volunteers who will explain what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children and teens. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Up to 90 individuals are required for each camp session in a variety of volunteer roles.
You must be 15 years of age to become a volunteer.
Annual updates of health history, confidentiality, and criminal background checks, for those 18 and older, are required. An amount of $25.00 is requested to cover the background check.

Volunteer Training

Jan
30
Thu
January 30th – Online Volunteer Training – West Coast
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

This is an ONLINE training for West Coast Volunteers

5pm – 7:30pm PST (8pm to 10:30pm EST)

You will need access to a computer with a camera for this training.

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

Feb
15
Sat
February 15th – Raleigh, NC – Volunteer Training
Feb 15 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

Train To Become A Volunteer

When: Saturday, February 15, 2019
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: A.E. FINLEY YMCA – 9216 Baileywick Road, Raleigh, NC 27615
Volunteer Training

Feb
21
Fri
February 21 – 23 – Mountain Center, CA – In Partnership with A Little Hope, Inc. @ Apple Canyon Center
Feb 21 @ 4:30 pm – Feb 23 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with A Little Hope, Inc.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Feb
29
Sat
February 29th – Basking Ridge, NJ – Volunteer Training @ Somerset Hills Lutheran Church
Feb 29 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

Mar
6
Fri
March 6-8 – Fruitland Park, FL – Camp in Partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation @ Warren Willis Retreat Center
Mar 6 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 8 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation.**

Age Range: 7 – 17 (18 if still in high school)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

March 6-8 – Fruitland Park, FL – Young Adult Program in Partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation @ Warren Willis Retreat Center
Mar 6 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 8 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation.**

Age Range: 18 (if no longer in High School) to 25

Our weekend camps provide young adults with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the young adult must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

The application is written from the perspective of a parent/guardian. Please disregard this and treat it as if it is written from a young adult perspective. Parents/guardians should not be completing this application on your behalf and no parent/guardian signatures are required.

Also, please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for you at this camp. You are not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Mar
13
Fri
March 13-15 – Wake Forest, NC – Camp Kanata @ Camp Kanata
Mar 13 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 15 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Mar
14
Sat
March 14th – Los Angeles, CA – Volunteer Training in Partnership with OneLegacy Foundation @ OneLegacy Los Angeles Corporate Office
Mar 14 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

 
Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

 
Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

Train To Become A Volunteer

 
When: Saturday, March 14th
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: OneLegacy Los Angeles Corporate Office
221 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Volunteer Training

Mar
21
Sat
21st Anniversary Grief Relief Gala @ The American Civil War Museum at Historic Tredegar
Mar 21 @ 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Please purchase your tickets at the links provided. Your support helps Comfort Zone Camp provide children with a voice, a place and a community in which to heal, grow and lead more fulfilling lives.

For more information call (804) 377-3430 or email us at aworthy@comfortzonecamp.org.

Apr
4
Sat
April 4th – Richmond, VA – Volunteer Training @ Dominion Payroll
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

 
Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

 
Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

Train To Become A Volunteer

 
When: Saturday, April 4, 2020
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: Dominion Payroll
3200 Rockbridge Street, Suite #300, Richmond, VA 23230
Volunteer Training

April 4th – Waltham, MA – Volunteer Training @ NYL Offices
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

Apr
17
Fri
April 17-19 – Newton, NJ – Camp Fairview @ Camp Fairview
Apr 17 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

April 17-19 – Palmdale, CA – In Partnership with OneLegacy @ Angeles Crest Camp
Apr 17 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with OneLegacy Foundation – saving lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation. This program serves families in the OneLegacy Foundation network who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in high school)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Apr
25
Sat
April 25th – New York, NY – Volunteer Training @ Bright Horizons at West 14th
Apr 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

May
2
Sat
May 2nd – Sandwich, MA – Volunteer Training In Partnership with Blue H.E.L.P.
May 2 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

 
Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

 
Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

**This training and the June camp program are made possible by a generous partnership with Blue H.E.L.P.. The June program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian to suicide who was a law enforcement officer.**

*This training is specifically for our June 5th-7th law enforcement officer loss by suicide camp in Sandwich, MA.

Train To Become A Volunteer

 
When: Saturday, May 2nd
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: Sandwich Police Department
255 Cotuit Road, Sandwich, MA 02563

Volunteer Training

Event Flyer

May
9
Sat
May 9th – Denver, CO – National Fallen Firefighter Foundation’s Volunteer Training @ Denver Fire Department Fire Academy
May 9 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a fallen firefighter in the line of duty who was a parent, sibling, or guardian.**

Volunteer Training

May
15
Fri
May 15-17 – Palmyra, VA – Camp Friendship @ Camp Friendship
May 15 @ 4:30 pm – May 17 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

May 15-17 – Sandwich, MA – Camp Burgess @ Camp Burgess
May 15 @ 4:30 pm – May 17 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

May
29
Fri
May 29-31 – Johnsonburg, NJ – In Partnership with A Little Hope, Inc. @ Johnsonburg Camp & Retreat Center
May 29 @ 4:30 pm – May 31 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with A Little Hope, Inc. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian to suicide.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

May 29-31 – Johnsonburg, NJ – Young Adult Program In Partnership with A Little Hope, Inc. @ Johnsonburg Camp & Retreat Center
May 29 @ 4:30 pm – May 31 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 18 (if no longer in High School) to 25

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with A Little Hope, Inc. This program serves young adults who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian to suicide.**

The application is written from the perspective of a parent/guardian. Please disregard this and treat it as if it is written from a young adult perspective. Parents/guardians should not be completing this application on your behalf and no parent/guardian signatures are required.

Also, please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for you at this camp. You are not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Jun
5
Fri
June 5-7 – Sandwich, MA – In Partnership with Blue H.E.L.P @ Camp Burgess
Jun 5 @ 4:30 pm – Jun 7 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with Blue H.E.L.P.. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian to suicide who was a law enforcement officer.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Jun
26
Fri
June 26-28 – Divide, CO – In Partnership with The National Fallen Firefighters @ Golden Bell Camp & Conference Center
Jun 26 @ 4:30 pm – Jun 28 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a fallen firefighter in the line of duty who was a parent, sibling, or guardian.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Jul
13
Mon
July 13 – Larkspur, CA – Volunteer Training @ Hospice by the Bay
Jul 13 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

Jul
14
Tue
July 14 – Larkspur, CA – Volunteer Training @ Hospice by the Bay
Jul 14 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

During this training session you will meet Comfort Zone staff and learn what to expect at camp and how our program impacts grieving children. You will receive education about childhood bereavement, and we’ll give you tips on how to be successful in whichever volunteer role you are selected to fill.

Volunteer Training

Jul
23
Thu
July 23-25 – Wanship, UT – In Partnership with Intermountain Healthcare @ Big Canyon Ranch
Jul 23 @ 4:30 pm – Jul 25 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with Intermountain Healthcare and in collaboration with The Bradley Center and The Sharing Place. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian who was served through The Bradley Center or The Sharing Place.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Aug
7
Fri
August 7-9 – Occidental, CA – In Partnership with Hospice by the Bay @ CYO Camp
Aug 7 @ 3:30 pm – Aug 9 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with Hospice by the Bay. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, guardian, close relative, or friend who was part of the Hospice by the Bay Community.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Aug
14
Fri
August 14-16 – Hanover, VA – Camp Hanover @ Camp Hanover
Aug 14 @ 4:30 pm – Aug 16 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Aug
22
Sat
August 22nd – Quincy, MA – Volunteer Training @ Blue Cross Blue Shield Office
Aug 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

 
Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

 
Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

Train To Become A Volunteer

 
When: Saturday, August 22nd
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: Blue Cross Blue Shield Office
1 Enterprise Drive, Quincy, MA 02171
Volunteer Training

Sep
18
Fri
September 18-20 – Sandwich, MA – Camp Burgess @ Camp Burgess
Sep 18 @ 4:30 pm – Sep 20 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Oct
2
Fri
October 2 – 4 – Greensboro, NC – Camp Weaver @ Camp Weaver
Oct 2 @ 4:30 pm – Oct 4 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Oct
3
Sat
October 3rd – Richmond, VA – Volunteer Training @ Dominion Payroll
Oct 3 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

What Is Comfort Zone

 
Comfort Zone Camp is a national nonprofit organization that provides a safe and fun place
for kids grieving the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. CZC offers FREE one-day family programs, community programs, and 3-day weekend camps. All programming empowers children to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways.

Support A Child By Volunteering

 
Volunteer Roles Include:

Big Buddy Mentor | Nurse | Grief Therapist | Photographer | Logistics Support

All volunteers must be 15 yrs or older, complete a Volunteer Training, and pass a background check.

Train To Become A Volunteer

 
When: Saturday, October 3, 2020
Time: 9AM – 3PM (lunch provided)
Where: Dominion Payroll
3200 Rockbridge Street, Suite #300, Richmond, VA 23230
Volunteer Training

Oct
16
Fri
October 16 – 18 – Mountain Center, CA – In Partnership with Blue H.E.L.P @ Apple Canyon Center
Oct 16 @ 4:30 pm – Oct 18 @ 3:00 pm

**This camp is made possible by a generous partnership with Blue H.E.L.P. This program serves families who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian to suicide who was a law enforcement officer.**

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Oct
23
Fri
October 23-25 – Hardwick, NJ – Camp Mason @ Camp Mason
Oct 23 @ 4:30 pm – Oct 25 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration

Nov
6
Fri
November 6-8 – Hanover, VA – Camp Hanover @ Camp Hanover
Nov 6 @ 4:30 pm – Nov 8 @ 3:00 pm

Age Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School)

Our weekend camps provide children with the opportunity to break their isolation and realize they are not alone in a fun and healing environment. In order to be eligible for this camp the child must have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian.

Grief evolves with each developmental stage a child reaches, so learning to manage grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether the child’s loss was ten years or three months ago, encourage them to attend – you may have an opportunity to change the course of their life.

Please note that submitting this application does not guarantee a place for your child at this camp. Your child is not accepted into camp until the screening process is complete and you receive an acceptance email.

Camper Family Registration

Volunteer Registration