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What is Camp Janus?
Camp Janus is a unique recreational, therapeutic, and educational opportunity for children and young adults (ages 5-18) who have recovered or are recovering from burns.
Our mission is to offer burn survivors life skills helpful in handling the unique challenges of their individual, lifelong recovery. We promote an environment where burn survivors can become the best versions of themselves possible, where they can thrive in today’s world, and where they can continually go beyond barriers.
What is the Camp Janus weekend like?
Camp Janus is a four-day sleep-over Summer camp for children and young adults, aged 5 to 18, who are burn survivors. The weekend is a life changing experience, we hope to subsidize camper or even make it completely free for campers with your support—including transportation to and from camp.
Campers enjoy activities like swimming, paint ball, arts & crafts, book fair, basketball, canoeing, rock walls, fishing, photography, nature trails and more.
Participants are from the surrounding area, and have full parental or guardian consent. Enrollment is limited and must be approved by the Camp Janus board.
Who are we?
Camp Janus has always been run by a community-focused volunteer Board of Directors. The Board works closely with local organizations, key sponsors and others like you.
Volunteers from these organizations, as well as adult burn survivors and others with special humanitarian interests, staff the Camp Janus weekend. All volunteers are individually selected and approved by the Camp Janus Board.
How do we fund Camp Janus?
Every day donors like you—who want to see our young burn survivors thrive—are at the heart of Camp Janus.
Our campers are very grateful for the support and generosity that makes their special camp experience possible.
If you would like to help send a child to camp please visit our donate page .
Sundaes Outside: A Celebration of Black Folks (virtual)5-Part Series
September 19, 2021
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