Helping Young Hearts Heal
Caring Hearts Camp for children and teens who have recently experienced a loss due to the death of a family member or friend. This memorable experience provides children and youth with the opportunity to meet other children and teens who are also going through similar grief experiences, helping young people learn they are not alone. Check out our camp reports: 2020 Camp Impact Report and 2019 Camp Impact Report;
Led by trained staff and volunteers, our program provides age-appropriate guided activities aimed at working through camper’s grief, while also ensuring a fun and impactful camp experience. Our activities may include; horseback riding, canoeing, rock wall climbing, crafts, campfire and many more.
Open to residents of Saskatchewan, age 6 – 16 years who have experienced a death loss in the past 2 years.
Campers are eligible to attend a total of 2 camps over a 2 year period.
Interested in sending a young person to one of our day camps?
Caring Hearts Camp was first introduced into our province in 1997 when our organization saw the challenges so many families and their children faced when struggling with the grieving process. Since then, we have had more than 1,600 campers from 92 communities across Saskatchewan pass through this therapeutic program.
Thank you to all of the generous volunteers who apply and help make this program possible! If you are interested in participating in Caring Hearts Camp in the future, please contact our office for more details by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 6 - 9, 2021: Songwriters School of Rock Day Camp Youth ages 14 – 17 Space is limited to 10 Please email if you are interested in participating in this day camp.
Fundraising efforts through partnerships, events and donations are crucial in order to continue providing Caring Hearts Camp completely free of charge for children in communities throughout Saskatchewan. Thank you to the following partners who are helping heal young hearts, we could not run this essential program without YOU!
Conexus Credit Union; Regina Men's Progress Club; Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation; individual donors.