Water balloon explosions. Tug of war. Late-night dancing. These activities bring renewal, vibrancy and healing to over 200 campers who spend a week at Camp Rainbow each year.      

Since 1985, Camp Rainbow has been welcoming patients with cancer or a blood disorder into an experience among the pines. Some campers battled cancer years ago, and some are fighting it now, but the magic of Camp Rainbow is that it gives patients the same experiences as any other child going to summer camp. And thanks to the generous support of Phoenix Children's donors and corporate partners, there is no cost to attend the camp.

Watch now to see how Camp Rainbow heals spirits.

A boy camper climbs the rock wall.
A camper and two staff members swing on the giant swing.

Camp Rainbow is made possible thanks to the support of Credit Unions for Kids and MITER Foundation.

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