Until there is a cure, there is camp. Enjoy a fun-filled day, experiencing the joys and silliness of Camp Goodtimes.
Mini Camp provides children 5-7 years old an opportunity to get a glimpse of what Camp Goodtimes is like during this one-day program. Camp Goodtimes is a specialized resident camp for children 7-17, designed to provide opportunities for personal growth among children impacted by cancer, in a medically supervised environment. Mini Campers will participate in typical camp activities to give them an idea of what attending a full-week of camp might be like in the future.
This day program is designed for children aged 5-7 who are, or have been, personally impacted by pediatric cancer. Space is limited to 20 campers per session. Camper eligibility includes:
Pediatric cancer patients either on- or off-treatment
Sibling or bereaved sibling of cancer patient
Independently mobile (should not require a 1-on-1 aid)
1-year post transplant
ANC over 500
Platelet count over 50,000 and rising
Hematocrit of 25% or greater
Cleared by physician to attend camp
Immunizations are up-to-date
Physical and social needs cleared by camp medical staff and camp director
If your child/children meet the minimum eligibility requirements and are interested in attending Mini Camp, simply review the camper application process and submit an application by the May 5, 2020 deadline. Once submitted, our staff and medical advisers will review the application. Space is limited and participants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
Applications submitted after the initial due date will be reviewed and accepted as we're able.
2020 camp dates
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
9326 SW Bayview Dr.
Vashon, WA 98070
Space is limited to 20 campers per session. Spots will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
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If you have any questions about eligibility, camp, or the application process, please contact the Program and Event Manager:
Becky "Backpack" Felak