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Resource Directory

ALSF is committed to helping families who have experienced a childhood cancer diagnosis by offering programs as well as external resources. The Resource Directory is designed to help connect families with additional organizations that provide a variety of services and support. Sort the resource list by your area and type of assistance below.

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Name Description
Cal's Angels

Cal's Angels pediatric grants wishes, raises awareness and funds research to help kids fighting cancer.

Camp B&ST at Camp Good Days Recreational Facilities

Week-long summer camping sessions, weekend adult retreats, and year-round programs for families who have been touched by cancer and other life challenges. All programs are free of charge.

Camp Brave Heart

Camp Brave Heart is a bereavement camp offered at no cost for children and teens aged 6-17  who are grieving the death of someone important in their life. It is a fun, high-energy camp combined with grief education, peer bonding, and emotional support led by grief support professionals and trained volunteers.

Camp Carousel

Camp Carousel offers support to children, teens, and adults who are grieving the detath of a loved one. Located in Winston-Salem & Salisbury North Carolina.

Camp Circle of Love

In Florida, operated by Chapters Health System. A weekend camp for children ages 6-16 who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

Camp Courage

Camp Courage is a weekend bereavement camp with the mission to help children (7-18) and their families heal from losing a significant person in their lives, while providing a safe place to express themselves through their healing experience.

Camp Dragonfly

Community-based low-cost grief camp in Texas. For children ages 8-12 who have experienced a significant loss in the past.

Camp Erin

A transformational weekend camp that combines traditional, fun camp activities with grief education and emotional support, free of charge for all families. Camp Erin is offered in every Major League Baseball city as well as additional locations across the U.S. and Canada. Camp Erin Online is avaible for children nationally. For children and teens ages 6-17. 

Camp Firefly @ YMCA of the Pines

For children who have lost a parent, sibling or other special person through death, Camp Firefly provides a special place to share feelings, to make new friends, and to find relief from grief. There is no cost to campers or their families. In New Jersey.

Camp Happy Days

Camp Happy Days' mission is to offer support and encouragement to children diagnosed with cancer and their families by providing cost free year-round programs, special events and access to crisis resources.  Camp Happy Days welcomes all children with cancer across South Carolina without charge.


Weekend camp for children and teenagers ages 5-15 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, grandparent or close friend. Located in Wisconsin.

Camp Journey at Confidence Learning Center

In Minnesota. Weekend camp for individuals who have experienced the loss of a major loss in their life such as a death of a family member, friend or loved one.

Camp Killoqua's Camp Willie

In Washington. Various camp sessions for children entering grades 2nd-12th who have lost a loved one.

Camp Morning Star

A Cook Children's Hospital (Texas) program serving families who have experienced the death of a child. 

Camp New Horizons

Fall weekend camp for children who have lost a sibling to cancer or a blood disorder. Serves children from seven hospitals in GA, NC, and SC.

Camp Reach for the Sky

Camp Reach for the Sky through the Oncology and Kids Foundation is where it all started, and its spirit inspires everything we do. Camp Reach for the Sky hosts a variety of programs and projects for cancer-affected children of all ages, as well as siblings, parents and families.

Camp Sol

Family grief programming benefitting those who have children eighteen years old or younger remaining in the home.  All services are free to families and their children. Now operated throught CJM Camps. 

Camp Stepping Stones

Weekend day-camp for children and families who have experienced the death of someone close to them.  Free of charge to families, located in Massachusetts. 

Camp Sunshine

Serves families of children with cancer, hematologic conditions, renal disease, systemic lupus erythematosus, and those who have undergone solid organ transplantation. Offers free respite programs all year long to children and families at various stages of illness, as well as bereavement programming. Located in Maine.

Camp Wakchazi

Bereavement camp in Pittsburgh PA, for bereaved siblings ages 7-17.