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Welcome back to camp

Camp Ooch & Camp Trillium merged in 2020. We continue to grow and offer new programs across Ontario every year – we’re so excited and we hope you are too! Check out our latest program brochures to decide what’s best for you and your family.

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I may have raised an amazing daughter, but camp made her the woman she is today. Thank you to all the amazing staff, volunteers and everyone else that makes this camp so special.

— Maria, Grateful parent

Camp program types & locations

In-hospital programs

We bring fun and friendship to hospital bedsides near you in a number of specialized paediatric care centres across Ontario: SickKids, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, Credit Valley Hospital (Trillium Health Partners), Rouge Valley Centenary (Scarborough Health Network) and South Lake Hospital. Programming during the pandemic may ebb and flow depending upon local community’s directives.

Keep an eye out for the camp team during hospital visits – you’ll recognize them by their braids decorated with bling. When we are not in the hospital, we offer virtual programs to help you stay connected with your camp community from anywhere in Ontario.

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campers and Ooch Staff in front of front desk at the hospital

Community programs & day camp

Community programs across Ontario offer fun, camp-inspired programs closer to home. Throughout the year, in the evenings, on weekends or during the day, kids come on their own—or with the whole family. Programs range from week-long March break day camps to Halloween parties, sporting events, family weekend camping trips in the great outdoors — and so much more!

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Overnight Camp

Overnight Camp is offered in all four seasons. Even Campers undergoing the most intense stages of their cancer treatment can attend. Immersed in nature, camp helps kids recapture a spirit of fun, friendship, self-confidence, and independence.

At family camp, families leave their cares behind to enjoy special times together away from home and hospitals, make new friends and build memories that last a lifetime.

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Virtual programs

Virtual camp meets Campers wherever they are—in the hospital or at home, bringing playfulness, creativity, movement, and song into kids’ and families’ homes and hospital rooms across Ontario. Programs are wide-ranging from community campfires to game shows, music programs, trivia, crafts, magic, and more can be accessed from anywhere ensuring that everyone can be included.

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Program Information

Virtual camp programs

COVID can’t stop camp!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is my child eligible for camp programs?

We serve children and families affected by childhood cancer. Please complete and submit an inquiry form and someone from our medical team will be happy to follow up with you to discuss eligibility.

How much does camp cost?

Free! All camp programs are offered at no cost to your family.

How long can my child come to camp?

Once a child comes to their first program, they can continued participating in camp programs until they turn 19 years old.

How do I register my child and family for camp programs?

You can register your family by logging into your family account. Once logged in, click on the enrollment tag to start selecting which programs your child or family would like to attend.

Contact Us

Need help to decide which sessions are best for your Camper? Feel free to contact us: