We are anticipating holding in-person camps in 2021. We will be monitoring the guidelines for COVID in each state and if necessary, adjusting camps to virtual programs or an in-person family camp.

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Coping with Loss During the Holidays -Workshop for Adults

Navigating the holiday season is difficult - especially when you are coping with the loss of a loved one. How do you manage to pull it off? How do you take care of your family and yourself during this time? How will the pandemic impact what your holidays look and feel like? “Coping with Loss During the Holidays” is a workshop designed to answer of these questions! Join our virtual

Holiday Trivia Night!

Virtual Holiday Trivia will have 4 rounds of questions covering holiday movie trivia, songs, and traditions for adults and kids. A few bonus Comfort Zone Camp questions will also be included. Registration is $10 per household. You can have the whole family be a team or participate individually. All proceeds are donated to Comfort Zone Camp to help children grieve, heal, and grow!

Comfort Zone at Home – In Memory of Tracy Terry Lambert

Virtual

Comfort Zone at Home has all your campers’ favorite activities from an in-person camp program: icebreaker games, big buddy share, memorial service, healing circles, and FUN!  10am – 5pm EST via ZoomAge Range: 7-17 (18 if still in High School) 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

Comfort Zone at Home Thursday Evening Support Group

Winter can be a tough time navigating loss. Support groups offer a safe place to listen and share – the peer to peer connection we all need right now. Don’t go at it alone. Open to those who have lost a parent, guardian, sibling, or close friend. Comfort Zone at Home Thursday Evening Support Group Ages 10-17 (18 if still in high school) Meets every Thursday for four weeks beginning

Online Volunteer Training

Online Volunteer Training Saturday, February 6th from 10am to 1pm EST During this three-hour training, 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 at in-person or virtual camps. The interactive training will

Comfort Zone at Home – Virtual Camp Program

This program serves children ages 7-17 (18 if still in high school) who have lost a parent, guardian, sibling, or close friend. It will take place via Zoom on Saturday, February 20th from 10am - 2pm PST and will include icebreaker games as well as a small group discussion about managing grief, coping skills, and a memorial service.

North Carolina Camp Family Program – Camp Kanata

Camp Kanata 13524 Camp Kanata Rd, Wake Forest

13524 Camp Kanata Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 Similar to our traditional overnight camp program, our family camp program is for campers ages 7-17 and also includes a parent/guardian program. At this program parents/guardians also spend the weekend at the camp facility with their campers. Campers and parent/guardians are separated throughout the weekend and come together at the end for a camp-wide memorial service. Campers have the opportunity to connect

New Jersey Family Camp Program – Camp Mason

Camp Mason 23 Birch Ridge Rd, Hardwick Township

Similar to our traditional overnight camp program, our family camp program is for campers ages 7-17 and also includes a parent/guardian program. At this program parents/guardians also spend the weekend at the camp facility with their campers. Campers and parent/guardians are separated throughout the weekend and come together at the end for a camp-wide memorial service. Campers have the opportunity to connect with their peers and learn coping skills through

Virtual Camp Program – in Partnership with OneLegacy Foundation

This program serves children ages 7-17 (18 if still in high school) who have lost a parent, guardian, or sibling who was an organ, eye, or tissue donor through OneLegacy Foundation. A parent/guardian program will take place simultaneously for those whose children are participating. The program is via Zoom from 9am - 2pm PST and will include icebreaker games as well as a small group discussion about managing grief, coping

Florida Traditional & Young Adult Camp Programs – In Partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation

Warren Willis 4990 Picciola Road, Fruitland Park, FL 34731, Fruitland Park

Comfort Zone Camp, in partnership with The Mark Wandall Foundation, is pleased to be offering a modified in-person traditional program the weekend of Friday, April 30th – Sunday, May 2nd, 2021! The camp will take place at Warren Willis in Fruitland Park, Florida. Campers ages 7-17 (18 if still in high school) and young adults ages 18-25 are eligible to attend. COVID protocols will be carefully followed (temperature checks, social

Virginia Family Camp Program – Camp Friendship

573 Friendship Way, Palmyra, VA 22963 Similar to our traditional overnight camp program, our family camp program is for campers ages 7-17 and also includes a parent/guardian program. At this program parents/guardians also spend the weekend at the camp facility with their campers. Campers and parent/guardians are separated throughout the weekend and come together at the end for a camp-wide memorial service. Campers have the opportunity to connect with their