Health & Safety Notice
The health and safety of Camp John Marc’s campers, families, volunteers, staff and other trusted partners is our number one priority. As you are likely aware and following in the news, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has, and is, causing major disruptions to everyday life. Camp John Marc is in close contact with our trusted partner institutions and their medical professionals, and is monitoring news from local, state and federal governmental officials closely. Our Medical Advisory Committee (which includes doctors and other medical professionals from our partner hospitals) is providing us real-time advice regarding communication and the safe facilitation of camping programs.
"I love camp so much because I feel like I can finally fit in. Everyone is like me and everyone is nice. Everyone helps me and I LOVE IT! I made many new friends and I am so excited that I get to go back."Rebecca - a CJM CamperShare Your Story »
"Camp was a wonderful experience for me, because it gave me the opportunity to meet other kids who are dealing with/or have dealt with similar things that I have dealt with. It wasn't until I had the opportunity to go to camp that I realized how many people have gone through the things that I have gone through in my life."Madelyn, a former CJM CamperShare Your Story »
“True survivors are made at camp. Forged by cancer, bonded by friendship.”Ashley, a CJM CamperShare Your Story »
“I started to cry when I had to leave camp, but my mom said I can go again next year. Hooray!”Jacob, a CJM CamperShare Your Story »
"I believe that I can best describe the impact that Camp John Marc had for our family in the following way: Some may wonder why we sent our daughter there when she was dying, and when we could have said no so she would have spent that week with us. The answer is rather simple… we sent her there to live."Vicki, a Camp MomShare Your Story »