Serious Fun Children’s Network – The Painted Turtle & Camp Colors of Love
Thanks to a passionate dedicated camp volunteer & Moose team member Megan, we found match made in heaven with Serious Fun Children’s Network.
Thirty five years ago, actor and philanthropist Paul Newman started a free camp where kids living with serious illnesses could escape the fear and isolation of their medical conditions and, in his words, “raise a little hell.” This remarkable concept sparked a quiet movement, and that one camp launched a global network. Today, there are 30 camps and programs serving the needs of children living with more than 130 different medical conditions and their families around the world.
SeriousFun camps and programs provide campers with a spectacular camp experience and high-quality medical care, all in the safest and most supportive environment. For the kids, it’s high-flying, friendship-building, memory-making fun that they often don’t get the opportunity to experience.
Partnership At A Glance
2 camps supported - The Painted Turtle (USA) & Camp Colours of Love (Vietnam)
Endless unforgettable experiences for kids.