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1.  Why Pink and Orange? Pink - Kaylyn’s favorite color    Orange - Leukemia Awareness Ribbon 2.  What is Kay’s Kamp? Kay’s Kamp is a week long overnight medically supervised camp for Kids diagnosed with cancer.  Kampers are between 5 & 17 years old and allows them to regain a bit of the normalcy of childhood taken away by cancer and it’s treatments. 3.  What type of activities take place at Kay’s Kamp? Sports & Games Arts & Crafts Canoeing Fishing Swimming Archery Digital Photography and so much more! 4.  What are the qualifications for Staff? Kay’s Kamp staff are all volunteers including a 24 hour medical team of doctors and nurses.  All staff are screened, interviewed, background checked and provided a comprehensive training prior to Kamp.  Regular staff are 21 years and older, Jr. Counselors are 19 & 20 years old and our LIT (Leader in Training) program is open to any young adult who has at one time been diagnosed with cancer or a Kamper who is no longer eligible to attend as a kamper. 5.  How much does it cost to attend Kay’s Kamp? All kampers attend Kamp Free of Charge!  6.  How are Kay’s Kamp kamper selected? All children attending Kamp are currently battling cancer or are in remission.  All kampers are between the ages of 5-17.  To be considered, all applications and health forms should be completed and submitted by the noted deadline.  (Applications may be accepted up the the start of Kamp in certain situations.)  All applications are reviewed by our Medical Director for eligibility. 7.  What happens if a kamper is homesick? The best way to deal with homesickness is to actively prepare kampers prior to the week of Kamp.  Parents will be provided with tips for talking to their child about the Kamp experience. One of the best ways to manage homesickness is for parents and staff to reassure kampers that they will have an exciting week.  Parents may call the Kamp office regularly to talk with Kamp staff and find out how their child is doing.  In the event that a child truly needs to go home due to hoesickness, parents can arrange to pick them up anytime. (If a child goes home due to homesickness, they will not be able to return to Kamp during that Kamp session, but may return the following year) However, it’s more common for parent to miss their kampers. 8.  Where is Kay’s Kamp and what are the facilities like? Kay’s Kamp is located in Middletown, Delaware at St. Andrew’s School on a pristine 2,200 acre campus situated on the shores of the Noxontown Pond. The property consists of sports fields, rolling hills, wooded acreage, a variety of buildings including a gym and arts center.  Founders Hall will serve as the heart of our Kamp site.  Meals are served in a spacious dining hall and all kampers will be assigned to a age and gender matched cabins.
Kay’s Kamp is a project of Kay’s Foundation (formerly the KEWF) a 501(c)3 organization -