My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake Inc, Casco, ME, USA
My son was diagnosed with a brain tumor when he is two. We're grateful that he is in remission but his treatment course was challenging and he is still dealing with side effects of his disease and treatment. Camp Sunshine is a sanctuary for our family and a place of healing and renewal. It has been instrumental for our older son, who was marginalized when everybody pays attention to his "miracle" little brother. We can't say enough about how amazing this place is and how well run it is. Colin, our patient, has had the biggest physical improvements after visiting camp. He's outgoing and social, but he truly blossoms when we are at camp and his disabilities are not unusual and all of the kids are embraced. His older brother, Aidan, is more quiet and cerebral and does not easily feel comfortable in places. However, he has found a place at camp and a constructive path to ward healing and belonging. As parents, we love feeling like we are part of a community where we can actively participate and share with other families.
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