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Until there is a cure, there is a camp.

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Remember summertime as a kid? Flying kites, coloring with chalk, swimming, laughing, boating—life was an adventure. But children with cancer may never have the same chance because of hospital visits, chemotherapy, and missed opportunities.

Camp Watcha-Wanna-Do provides children with cancer and brain tumors the opportunity to enjoy life as kids should.

Your donation gives campers a chance to find friends who understand the disease, but rise above it, unhindered, and able to do anything they want to do. You can be a part of something with lasting impact on a child and his or her family.

Whether large or small, any donation can open a door for a child to be free of his or her cancer for a whole week. It allows them to enjoy all things that make life exciting—laughter, friends, and fun activities.

Donation opportunities include the following:

  • Make a one-time donation of any amount
  • Make a monthly donation of any amount
  • Sponsor one camper for a week for $500
  • Sponsor an entire cabin for one week for $2,500

Select your giving preference and complete the online donation form.


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Our Wish List

Click the link above for specific items that will help Camp Watcha Wanna Do. Contact Jenn at 260-609-3155 or email: for more details.

Thank you so much for your donations!

JR’s Poem

Sit down and let me tell you a story about the camp I go to called Camp Watcha Wanna-do!
It’s a place where miracles really do come true.
A place where you do all the things you never thought you could do.
A place that helps cancer kids make it through.
A place where cancer kids bond and make friends.
The type of friends that will help them through the think and the thin.
Friendships that will last to the very end.
It’s a place where second families begin.
That’s why Camp Watcha-Wanna-Do is the place for me and you!

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