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NCE 2020 is going virtual!

National Camp Exchange is making the effort to recognize that bleeding disorder camps are either being postponed, canceled or going full virtual this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Just as many of you are transitioning to online camp activities this year, the National Camp Exchange program is also going virtual!

You are in luck, because we will be exchanging INFORMATION this year!

NCE is offering a FREE virtual camp toolkit to camps that are seeking help to put on a virtual camp. This toolkit is a compilation and one stop shop of online resources, mock schedules, waivers and other pertinent information to steer you in the right direction.

We recognize that this is a first time experience for everyone. None of us have done this before, but we are here to tell you, DON’T BE AFRAID TO LEAP! As a program who has helped provide staff when you need it the most, we want to provide you with the information you need to create a virtual experience campers will never forget.

NCE is here for you! We hope that this toolkit will bring you some relief in your planning and that our committee can help answer questions along the way.

Register below for your FREE virtual camp toolkit!

REGISTER HERE

Testimonials

“This program has helped us grow, both in knowledge but has also helped us learn more camp traditions to pass on. We are still a new camp, and having that outside knowledge come in and share with us has helped our campers, (families) learn, grow, and receive that camp fun.” – Camp Red Sunrise, Idaho

“Over the past few years I have had a lot of difficulty finding nurses with hemophilia experience to adequately staff our infirmary. As you know, this is vital to a camp program. Sue brings a wealth of knowledge with her. At our camp we do not have HTC support with nurses. Sue brings 30+ years of HTC and multiple camp experiences to the table. She brought new and fun games to freshen up our infirmary education sessions.” – Tyla Fowlkes, Camp Freedom, Tennessee

“The Alaska Hemophilia Association partnered this year with the National Camp Exchange and strongly endorses, and appreciates, the National camp Exchange program, the Arizona Hemophilia Association, and Octapharma for their support of NCE. Much of our success this year with camp can be attributed to this partnership and the support given.” – John A. Palmatier, Camp Frozen Chozen, Alaska