Camp HONOR 2020

An Update on Camp HONOR and COVID-19

 

It is with a heavy heart that we announce Camp HONOR 2020 is postponed until further notice. Arizona Bleeding Disorders is aware of the public health concerns COVID-19 places on gatherings, including summer camp programs. After careful consideration with our Camp Medical Team, we have made the decision to postpone Camp HONOR this summer. The safety and well-being of campers, volunteers, and staff are of highest priority to us.

We would like to thank our camp medical team from Phoenix and Tucson for their continued support of Camp HONOR! We would also like to thank our presenting sponsor, Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

We know that camp plays a vital role in the lives of campers and their families – at this time we are taking steps to determine how we can best serve our community this summer. We will let you know when we know what that looks like. We are working on some virtual Camp HONOR activities and will share more information with you soon!

We stand strong as a community to support and protect our friends, family and greater public community.

 

Camper Information

Camper Medical History Form

Parent Manual

Leaders in Training (Ages 16-17) Applications will open March 10th 2020

Staff Information

Staff Manual

 

The Mission of Camp HONOR:

“Is to enrich the lives of children affected by an inherited bleeding disorder by providing life-changing camp experiences that are exciting, empowering and educational, in a physically safe and medically sound environment”

 

 

 

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Sponsor a Child

If you would like to sponsor a child to go to camp please click here and make your donation.  Remember to type “Sponsor a Child” in the Special Instructions section with any other special notes about your donation. Thank you!

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Save the Date!

Oct 16th – 18th 2020

 

Camp H.U.G. (Hemophilia Uniting Generations) is the only family camp in Arizona for people with inherited bleeding disorders.  Our community includes families in Arizona with a family member (parent or child) with hemophilia, VWD, and other bleeding disorders.  This is an opportunity for you and your family to live a weekend of the true summer camp lifestyle. Activities include hiking, rock climbing, arts & crafts, horseback riding, campfires, and much more! Camp H.U.G. is typically the second or third weekend of October each year.