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Summer Camps for Children with Bleeding Disorders

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Hemophilia of South Carolina provides summer camp support to families who have children who attend summer camps. The Chapter will provide travel grants to help with the cost of sending a child to camp. HSC partners each year with Camp Burnt Gin and the Hemophilia Treatment Center staff to provide mentoring support for the children attending Camp Burnt Gin with bleeding disorders. We assist with encouraging the need to learn self-infusion; provided by the Treatment Center staff, we share encouraging stories and experiences and provide mentoring support. We provide each camper with a commemorated Chapter Day t-shirt and provide the entire camp, counselors and staff with an Ice Cream Sundaes Social Event.

HSC’s 2018 “Chapter Day” will on held on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 10:00am to 5:00pm, with an Open House from 10:00am- 12:30pm.

Our Kids with Blood Disorders (Hemophilia, vWD, Sickle Cell and others)
DATE: July 16 – July 21, 2018 @ Camp Burnt Gin (Mon-Sat)

For information, Contact Camp Director, Marie Aimone at 803-898-0455 

Children’s Camp

Camp Burnt Gin

Camp Burnt GinCamp Burnt Gin is a summer camp in Wedgefield, South Carolina, for children who have physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. From early June until mid August, Camp Burnt Gin operates four six day sessions for 7 through 15 year old children, two six day session for teenagers, ages 16-20 and a four day session for young adults, ages 21-25.

For more information about Camp Burnt Gin:

Call: (803) 898-0784
Visithttp://www.scdhec.gov/Health/ChildTeenHealth/ServicesforChildrenwithSpecialHealthCareNeeds/CBG/Overview
Email: Marie Aimone, Camp Director at aimonemi@dhec.sc.gov

Additional Contact

Caitlin Sullivan, LMSW
Hemophilia Treatment Center Camp Coordinator
Phone: 803-434-3522

Camp Courage

A Special Place for Courageous Kids

Greenville Health System, Children’s Hospital, BI-LO Charities Children’s Cancer Center

Founded in 1994, Camp Courage creates an unforgettable recreational experience for children and teens with cancer or blood disorders from the Upstate of South Carolina, western North Carolina, and Northeast Georgia. Camp Courage is a non-profit program supported by community and civic groups, businesses, colleges and universities, religious organizations, and individuals.

For more information about Camp Courage:

2018 Camp Dates:

June 24th-June 29th (ages 6-12)

July 29st-August 3th (ages 13-18)

Contact Ericka Turner, Camp Director at: eturner@ghs.org

Visithttps://www.choa.org/campcourage

Camp Victory Junction

Camp Victory Junction
Bleeding and Gastrointestinal Disorders

June 24-28, 2018 (SundayThursday)
Theme: Wild West Week
Camper Contact: Amy Jo Nicholson
amyjoe@victoryjunction.org336.495.2038

Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illness by providing life-changing camp experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering; all in a medically-sound environment at no cost to the camper or their family. Located in Randleman, North Carolina, Victory Junction is spread across 84 acres, allowing children to do what they do best— be kids, play, imagine, make friends and enjoy the adventures and experiences of camp life.

Visit: http://victoryjunction.org

Public Outreach 2017

Learn more about who we are, what we do and how we support the bleeding disorders community of South Carolina.

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