Camp Eyabsut is designed to provide burn survivors ages 7-17 the opportunity to grow in spirit, develop independence, and self-esteem in dealing with their individual issues. Volunteers are the champions of these young people, providing the assurances and support that may be needed to encourage a camper to know how unique and special each and every one of them is. Camp Eyabsut enables all the campers the ability to know who and what they are and affords them the knowledge that they are beautiful and successful people.
Activities include arts and crafts, music and dance, sporting events including archery, golf, swimming, an overnight kayaking trip, talent show, campfires.
The Northwest Burn Foundation provides all the funding necessary to provide this important program annually. Travel to and from camp, housing, meals, and activities are provided by the foundation and its supportive corporate, business, and individuals partners.
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