Although each camp is different, they all have the same common theme of empowering youth to overcome past events as they grow in a fun environment. Summer camp is a time for children to join together in a special community where they develop a sense of independence, while trying new adventures away from home.

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This program invites children of fallen service members to carry on the legacy of their loved ones as they experience the transformational power of rafting down the San Juan River. The rafting camp will be held in Arizona and offered July 23 - July 30. For more information, contact Rachel Strommen at

This week-long program, from July 22nd – 30th, targets young adults who have lost an immediate family member in the military. The campers all share a “common bond” of pushing past tremendous loss. For more information, please contact:


The Whitefish Veterans Support Team and the Folded Flag Foundation are co-sponsoring a summer retreat in Glacier National Park, near Whitefish, Montana on July 26-31, 2017 for ten young adults aged 18-22.

If you are interested in being selected for this exciting adventure or would like more information, please contact David Williams, Whitefish Veterans Support Team at or 406-212-0128.  For more information on WVST, explore our website at 


Through donations and fundraising, Friends Never Forget sponsors children of our fallen Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen to attend summer camps throughout the United States. The foundation provides the cost of camp, travel to and from camp, lodging and meals. To be considered for sponsorship, please contact:

Camp Hometown Heroes provides week-long summer camp sessions, for children of our fallen heroes, and other healing programs for children 7-17. Through the generosity of thousands of donors these are offered completely free of charge.

Camp Corral, a non-profit corporation headquarter in Raleigh, NC, is a free, one-of-a-kind summer camp for children of wounded, injured, ill or fallen military service members. The vision behind Camp Corral is one where kids, ages 8 to 15, are free to be kids, far away from the day-to-day challenges they face as children of military service members.

Kanakuk provides children with fun, safe and professional outdoor youth camping experiences that grow them spiritually, physically, emotionally and socially. The camp will be offered in one-week terms that beginning June through August. To enroll a child in the camp, contact:

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