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Organ Transplantation can transform a child’s life. Camp does too.
Transplant – Transform
We are excited for summer 2016!!! Camp will be held this year from August 14-20, 2016. Online registration is now open.
UPDATE: Both girls and boys spots are now filled but please contact Caron Brick at 905-631-2849 or email@example.com to have your child placed on the waiting list as there are often last minute cancellations
Click here to register: http://wenonahkivita.
For more information or inquiries: Phone: 905-631-2849 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BUS INFORMATION – NOTE THE CHANGE THIS YEAR
BUS TO CAMP – SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016: Plan on arriving between 8:00am to 9:15am, the bus leaves promptly at 9:30 am
Buses leave from JULLIARD PUBLIC SCHOOL – 61 Julliard Dr Maple, Ontario L6A 3W7 Julliard Public School is located north of downtown Toronto, at Highway 400, north of Rutherford Road, just south of Canada’s Wonderland. From Highway 400 North, exit at Rutherford Road. Continue on Rutherford Road turning left onto Julliard Dr. Julliard Public School is due north across Rutherford from our longtime stop at Vaughan Mills Mall. Campers may bring a nut-free snack (first meal at Camp is a late lunch) Camp staff are aboard the buses and take attendance Please note that we cannot wait for those who are late.
BUS RETURN FROM CAMP Bus departs Wenonah on SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 2016 and arrives at Julliard Public School at around 12:30 pm.
Camp means everlasting bonds with amazing friends who know the struggles of life. We know that each day is a gift and camp gives us that escape that we need to get our minds off of our health issues. Camp also gives us a chance to do things we may never do which is so much fun!!!kidney transplant recipient
I had a great time at camp. There were so many activities to choose from it was hard to pick. Doing the Leadership in Training program was an amazing experience, we grew and learned a lot. I will definitely be taking some of the skills I learned at camp and applying to my daily lifekidney transplant recipient
Anyone who asks me how my summer this year was has always gotten the same answer – Camp Kivita was definitely the highlight of my summer. I had so much fun doing summer activities and trying new things such as kayaking and archery. The entire experience just meant so much to me because I made many new friends who I could easily relate to since we all had transplants. I loved getting to know people who have been through the same things that I have. I just want to thank all the staff and coordinators at camp kivita, all the nurses and everyone who made transplant camp possible because without them I wouldn’t have had this once in a lifetime experience.kidney transplant recipient
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