Camp HONOR 2022

Camp COVID Guidelines

Before Camp
– All volunteers, PCH staff, and campers are required to have their 2
COVID vaccines (booster not mandated but recommended)

During Camp
– Any person with covid symptoms will be sent home, we will not
be using a “wait and see” method and having campers stay in the
infirmary overnight with symptoms
– Infirmary staff will wear masks when interacting with anyone who
is displaying any COVID like symptoms, regardless of other mask

Click on the Below for the Complete Camp COVID Guidelines:

COVID Guidelines

About Camp HONOR

The Camp HONOR Program
H.O.N.O.R. is an acronym that stands for Hemophiliacs Overcoming New Obstacles Resourcefully. Therefore, our camp is designed to allow children with medical needs the opportunity to experience the camp activities such as canoeing, camping, sports, team building games, arts and crafts, in a loving environment that can meet the special needs of each child.

Established in 1994, Camp HONOR is open to children ages 8-17 from the inherited bleeding disorder community. This includes those who have hemophilia and von Willebrand disease. We also partner with the Bill Holt clinic to better help serve the HIV portion of our community. We believe that a bleeding disorder affects the entire family. Therefore, also included are children of parents with bleeding disorders and brothers and sisters. Siblings become an important part of the caring community when they share the common experience of Camp HONOR.

In some way, every child at camp is affected by a bleeding disorder or HIV at some point in their life. Our goal is to create a supportive environment at camp that becomes a perfect conduit for healthy living and wellness. At Camp HONOR we promote personal independence and foster community spirit.

Click on the Below for:

Camper Medical Form

Parents Manual 

Ready to Register for Camp HONOR

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Become a Camp Counselor

Every year, Camp HONOR aims to staff hard-working, enthusiastic counselors that share a particular interest in the bleeding disorder community. We find that these individuals often become a member of our camp family and continue to be staff as the years pass.

If you are interested in becoming a staff member at camp, please read the Staff Manual, paying particular attention to the job descriptions for the position you are interested in.

Once you have completed reading the staff manual please register through Camp Docs and fill out your application. Once your application is approved, you will have access to finish your staff registration.

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Staff Manual 

Register Here 

Never Been to Camp HONOR? Curious Parent?

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!