Camp Quality are dedicated to bringing fun, hope and happiness to the lives of children aged 5 to 16 living with cancer, their families and communities, through provision of high quality recreational experiences.
Their goal is to provide fun and comradeship combined with achievable challenges to encourage the children to focus on the positive aspects of their lives.
Camp Quality passionately believes in the power of fun to help children and their families overcome the challenges that cancer brings.
Each year Camp Quality run week long residential programmes in five locations throughout New Zealand. They strive to provide a safe and secure environment involving one-on-one support from Companions and by the provision of committed, well trained staff on all of their camping activities.
Camp Quality are committed to a high standard of excellence in training our volunteers and in organising our activities.
Camp Quality (New Zealand) Incorporated is a Charitable Trust established in 1985. The first camp was run in West Auckland in January 1985 which was attended by 22 children from throughout New Zealand. Since then they have grown to have regular camp locations situated in:
Each year around 300 children aged from 5 to 16 years attend one of the camps.
Camp Quality is a voluntary organisation with no individual receiving remuneration. Thousands of hours each year go into raising funds and organising our programmes.
Camp Quality NZ welcomes any family that has a child living with cancer. In some circumstances siblings are also able to attend the Camp programmes. Each camp has a minimum of two Paediatric Oncology trained staff in attendance.
Other support activities are run during the course of the year. These include, Family Days, Reunion Days, Mini-camps and social outings.
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