A Week at Summer Camp
Growing up, every youngster wants to go to summer camp. When children and their families face a diagnosis like cancer, enjoying exciting activities that others take for granted may be far from their minds. Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center and the Bangor YMCA recognize the importance of giving children a real summer camp experience through a partnership called Camp Hope.
Held at the YMCA Wilderness Center at Camp Jordan in Ellsworth, kids learn new skills and crafts and participate in swimming, hiking, and building campfires. They stave off mosquitos and sunburns with grins on their faces, as they play and learn with other kids in the same boat. With a healthcare team on hand from Northern Light Cancer Care, no one has to worry about medication schedules, or thinking about being sick.
Camp Hope is offered at no cost to kids thanks to the generous support of Heroes · Hope · Healing McDonald’s Golf Classic participants and sponsors as well as an anonymous donor.
To learn more and sign up for events that support care in your community, visit northernlighthealth.org/foundation.
Giving By Organization
|AR Gould Hospital||$129,913|
|Blue Hill Hospital||$435,668|
|CA Dean Hospital||$298,439|
|Eastern Maine Medical Center||$1,627,277|
|Home Care & Hospice||$480,453|
|Maine Coast Hospital||$569,063|
|Northern Light Health Foundation/ Eastern Maine Medical Center Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals||$635,292|
|Sebasticook Valley Hospital||$181,209|