Camp Victory serves children with allergies, autism, cancer, spina bifida, hard-of-hearing, physical disabilities and other health conditions.
We believe that by sharing their challenges with each other in the relaxed atmosphere of a summer camp, the children become mutually supportive, giving each other confidence, courage and self esteem. We believe that the personal growth children experience at Camp Victory remains with them throughout their lives, helping them achieve a greater measure of independence, thus benefiting them, their families and the world around them.
Our greatest reward is in constantly rediscovering that the children bring to every camp a quality of joy, love and extraordinary kinship. These special kids make Camp Victory a special place. At camp Victory, both weekend and week long camps are available. Activitied include:
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