CAmp Hope


Offering international families affected by pediatric cancer hope, respite, and community


Thank you for your desire to support Camp Hope!  


There are two ways you can help:


1) Purchase Supplies for Camp Hope!

  • Purchase camp supplies from our Amazon wishlist!  
  • Purchase camp supplies from our Target registry!  

All purchased supplies ship directly to us.

Supplies must be purchased by August 6th.


2) Give to Support Camp Hope!  


By giving to sponsor a specific event, you can provide hope for kids and families.

A list of giving opportunities and financial needs is below:

  • Adopt a family for camp- $250
  • Adopt a camp volunteer- $70
  • Sponsor Camp Hope Welcome Event- $50
  • Support Mom’s Spa Afternoon- $125
  • Adopt Bingo Night prizes- $125
  • Sponsor "America Night" fun program for kids- $125
  • Sponsor "Parent’s Evening Out"- $125
  • Provide Camp Hope t-shirts- $600
  • Give Bibles to each family- $100
  • Provide for "Olympic" field day for families- $50
  • Give to provide total cost for Camp Hope: $8,000


Will you help provide hope for families this year?  A gift of any amou helps.

You can make one-time or recurring gifts by clicking below. It's simple and secure to give. All donations are tax deductible.  To give by check, please click here.


"Camp Hope was life changing"

Courtney Kassner, Camp Hope Volunteer (Memphis, TN)

CAMP HOPE BACKGROUND

Sladjan and Sara are a father-daughter duo who came to Memphis from Serbia for Sara to receive treatment at St. Jude. After connecting to ICC members at a St. Jude Target House event, Sladjan and Sara came to call ICC their Memphis church home. A friendship was built that has continued to this day.


During their treatment at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Sladjan and Sara participated in a week-long camp experience in Maine for families affected by pediatric cancer. Encouraged by their experience, Sladjan began to dream about a way to connect with families affected by pediatric cancer in his home country, where families would typically face abandonment by family and friends in the face of a cancer diagnosis. They purposed to start a joy-filled, hopeful experience for families in their home country similar to what they had the opportunity to experience in the United States. 


In 2015, Sladjan and ICC partnered together to make this dream a reality and Camp Hope was born.  This year, 80+ people from across the Serbian region will gather for Camp Hope!   

"I'll never forget the night we hosted a dance party. I looked up to see a mother weeping while watching her son, a brain tumor survivor, dance with the other children and volunteers. As we ventured over to check on her, she shared the reason for her tears of joy - "I didn't think he would ever dance again.""

Michelle Bowden, M.D., Camp Hope Volunteer (Memphis, TN)