Camp Kesem at University of Minnesota is a national nonprofit organization that supports children through and beyond a parent's cancer by providing a free week of summer camp and year round support for our Kesem families.
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Camp Kesem at University of Minnesota is a national nonprofit organization that supports children through and beyond a parent's cancer by providing a free week of summer camp and year round support for our Kesem families. The camp is run by college students with the support of other national (adult) Camp Kesem advisors. Our cabins are split up into four units by age, with the youngest being 6 and going all the way up to 18. Anyone who is interested can sign up at kesem.force.com/login. If the camp is full they can still sign up for the waitlist which will put them higher on next year's admission list. Additionally, while it is not guaranteed, we often pull many campers off of the waitlist.
Camp Kesem Minnesota
PO Box 13515
Minneapolis ,MN, 5541444° 58' 49.3644" N, 93° 13' 48.108" W