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In-Kind Donation List

​What can you donate to camp? Every little bit helps out in a big way!


Applications submited after May 1, 2015 may be subject to waitlist availability.


Staff Applications​

Applications submitted after April 1, 2015 are subject to waitlist availability.

​​2015 Leader in Training (LIT) Camper Application: Download
Due May 11, 2015

Program to occur during June 2015 camp session; open to 17-year olds only

Kayak Adventure Camp: 2015 Application Download​​​​

​Due June 5, 2015

 (For campers age 17-25; camp dates are August 2-7, 2015)


​2014 Annual Report​

2014 Annual Report.pdf



The Goodtimes Project wins 
Seattle Met Magazine's Light a Fire​ Award

for the nonprofit doing "the Most with the Least"


Each year over 13,000 children in the US are diagnosed with cancer. Camp Goodtimes was established in 1984 to provide a no cost camp environment for children affected by cancer where they can recapture the joys of childhood.

For 30 years, Camp Goodtimes has welcomed over 240 campers a year from Western Washington and Alaska for two weeks of summer camp, and a weeklong Kayak Adventure camp.

​​Camp Goodtimes was supported by a large national organization for the past 30 years.  That funding was recently eliminated, and camp was at-risk of closure.  Volunteers stepped in to create The Goodtimes Project, and keep camp thriving this year and into the future.

Each year it costs $400,000 to operate camp.  We need your help.  Help us get kids out of the hospital and into the great outdoors.

Why is Camp Important?
Read about the research on the positive benefits of camp here.​
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Thank you

​Huge SNOJ (supernovas of joy) to all of our donors, sponsors, volunteers, and families.

You make camp happen!


    Creating lifelong memories
   for kids with cancer​





Sophia - leukemia survivor 
Sophia dreams of doing the
weather on television.