At KiDS NEED M♥RE we believe that people and families coping with life-threatening illness and trauma need opportunities to enjoy normal day-to-day activities. For over 25 years, through the historic  Camp Adventure program, our volunteers have provided fun activities that foster peer relationships, independence and respite. We believe that fun heals.

At KiDS NEED M♥RE we believe that children and families coping with life threatening illness and trauma deserve to do more than just survive. They deserve to thrive!

Our programs and activities are designed to reunite siblings and allow parents time for respite. We create networks with other families that are facing similar experiences.

Saddle Rock Day Camp
6/26/2017 - 7/28/2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Age 4 - 16
Suggested Donation
Registration for this session is no longer available
KiDS NEED MORE is thrilled to offer a fun packed Day Camp, with
Arts & Crafts, Sports, Special visitors, Concerts, music, STEM activities and MoRE! Everyday the campers can enjoy animal experiences and for those who opt in, there are horse activities too.

The camp will take place from June 26 - July 28th 2017
Monday - Friday 9:00A - 4:00P

This camp experience is for children ages 4 and up. We have special activities and a leadership program for our teenagers.

Suggested Donations
$25 Per Day

$100 per Week
*We are closed on 7/4

$400 for Entire Summer

Our Optional Bus Transportation will Leave From:
Amityville & Patchogue
Exact Locations Coming Soon
Bus is FREE for ALL Teens ages 16 & Up and ALL Volunteers & Staff.

The Saddle Rock Day Club is provided at no cost for Eligible Families.This includes:

Children who are patients/former patients of cancer or life-threatening illness

Siblings of a patient/former patient of cancer or life-threatening illness

Children who have a parent who is a patient/former patient of cancer or life-threatening illness

With the help of wonderful people, like YOU, we are able to provide programs where children, families & young adults coping with cancer and life-threatening illness can celebrate life in a safe and positive environment.

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