Hero of Hope: Sara Beth Hooper

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I was eleven years old when I was invited to camp for the first time. The year before was a hard one.

Hero of Hope: Bekah

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Bekah was just three years old when she was diagnosed with Myeloid Leukemia. She has endured bone marrow transplants and relapses and is lucky today to be in remission.

Thank You For Your Support

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After seeing the positive experience my two youngest children had their first year, this past summer I signed up two of my older kids without telling them, just feeling like if I could get them there, they would have a great time.

Hero of Hope: Kevin Fern

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Kevin’s story begins with his diagnosis of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in the fall of 1985. Kevin was an active teenager involved in high school sports, music, and having fun hanging out with his friends.

Hero of Hope: Rob Jackson

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"Cancer first struck our family when my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. I wanted to be there for her but did not know what to do. I am a fixer and I just wanted to know what I could do to fix this situation."

Hero of Hope: Forest River

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When we think of companies and corporate partnerships, we don't always see the personal and sometimes heartbreaking stories that drive the decisions to support programs like Care Camps.

Charleston’s top 7 Neighborhoods to call home – 2020 Guide

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Visitors are attracted to Charleston, S.C. for it’s historic charm, the friendly nature of the locals, it’s fantastic dining for a city of its size, and it’s idyllic beaches. Charleston, and more specifically its Mount Pleasant neighborhood, is among the fastest growing cities in America with a 40% increase in its population over the past decade.

Orlando’s top 8 Neighborhoods to call home – 2020 Guide

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We've done the research for you. Here are the top 8 neighborhoods to call home in Orlando.

Jack and Charles

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I first met Jack during the infamous "Flood Camp" in June 2008 . It was the first Camp experience for both of us, so it was pretty memorable when...

Hero of Hope: Maggie Rogers

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Maggie Rogers was just four and a half years old when she was diagnosed with Stage III Wilm’s Tumor. “I showed up to camp completely bald and with my older sister in tow. I absolutely loved camp - it was a single week of the year where my sister and I could be normal kids again.