Children Summer Camps

The summer camps are specially designed programmes where children with a serious illness can attend, have some fun and meet other children from all over Europe. Parents do not participate in the summer camps.

Introduction

The summer camps are specially designed programmes where children with a serious illness can attend, have some fun and meet other children from all over Europe. 

These summer camps take place between June to August. The countries we welcome during these camps are Spain, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Greece, Italy, Russia, the UK, and Ireland

Volunteers arrive for 9am the first morning for training and teambuilding before the campers arrive. You will be assigned to work with a cottage group and activity group. New volunteers are paired with a returning volunteer for guidance.

Parents do not participate in this camp.

Camp Calendar

The summer camps are specially designed programmes where children with a serious illness can attend.Children's camp are split into two age groups, 7-13 and 11-15, parents do not attend summer camps.

Summer 2017

27th - 4th July

Summer 2 - 2017 - Children Aged 7 -13 (Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Spain)

2nd - 9th August

Summer 5 - 2017 - Children Aged 7 -13 (Ireland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK)

13th - 20th August

Summer 6 - 2017 - Children Aged 11- 15 (Germany, Ireland, Spain, UK)

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