This picturesque location is perfect to provide year-round programs for children and families in Alberta facing a cancer diagnosis as well as year-round customized programs for various community groups.
This year on June 2, the camp, fully owned and operated by Kids Cancer Care, celebrated International Survivors Day. Approximately 85 children with cancer between the ages of one and 16 years attended the event full of entertaining activities such as face painting, magic demonstrations by Christopher Cool Magician, carnival games and a barbecue.
The Alberta Cancer Foundation has invested $500,000 for the camp’s recent renovation and was there that day supporting the event with a bracelet-making tent. The kids had a great time at the full-day event and here are the pictures to prove it.
For more information about Camp Kindle, visit kidscancercare.ab.ca/camp_kindle.htm