Summer Camp Hozhoni is a weekend camp for children with cancer aged 18 and younger and their families. While the children participate in hands-on activities to develop creativity, physical endurance, mental challenges, and team building, the adults gain mutual support and understanding of childhood cancer family issues through support groups led by peers and professionals.
Families are offered the opportunity to come together to build a family project, take part in a cookout, dance and participate in campfire skits and sing-a-longs. Furthering the well-being of those affected by cancer through empowerment, enhancement of their quality of life, and the creation of hope for the future. Helping to provide a life of rich quality and endless possibility. Generating awareness of the plight of those affected by cancer through advocacy.