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Camp Soaring Eagle provides the healing power of laughter to thousands of seriously ill children by giving them the opportunity to go to a medically supervised camp at no cost to the campers and families. Apply today to join our next camp outing.

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Currently there are over 311,000 children in Arizona with special health care needs. Due to high medical expenses, parents can’t afford to send their kids to camp. Camp Soaring Eagle provides year-round medically supervised camp programs completely free of charge to campers and their families because of your donations.

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Help us deliver the healing power of laughter to children and families from all over the Southwest. Whether it’s volunteering at an event, hosting a fundraiser, or making a donation, there are so many ways to get involved with Camp Soaring Eagle.

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Our mission of helping children living with
serious illnesses is made possible by those special
people who give their time to help others.

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We are now accepting applications for the 2016 Camping Season. Experience the magic of camp through one of our six camping programs.



Since no Camper is ever charged for their life changing experience, our volunteers are truly what make it all possible. Our volunteers have donated 24,827 hours since 2007.



Help us deliver the healing power of laughter to children and families from all over the Southwest. There are so many ways to get involved. Find out how you can start making a difference today.



We are committed to increasing the number of seriously ill children we serve through our numerous programs. You can ensure that we are always able to provide these free of charge.

Campers Served in 2015

Illness Groups Served in 2015

Camping Sessions Since 2007

Volunteer Hours Donated in 2015

Camper Stories

Meet Brianne

When Brianne complained of a sore throat she nor her mom and dad thought that the end diagnosis would be Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), a cancer of the blood and bone marrow. Within 15 hours after her first diagnosis Brianne was in the operating room having her port (a central line in her chest) placed, bone marrow biopsy and spinal tap performed, and chemotherapy put in her spine. Brianne was looking down the road …

Meet Chloe

At age five, Chloe was diagnosed with severe chronic bronchial asthma. There are times when her chest gets tight, hurts and burns and she can’t breathe. She takes medication multiple times a day to help keep her airways clear but many times she is hospitalized and so she misses lots of school. Chloe’s parents say, “Chloe looks forward to camp so Camp Soaring Eagle is a reward and her payment for all her struggles. We are so grateful that …

Meet Sean

Charlize was getting all the attention; and for a young boy who has his own adolescent needs he had to learn quickly to put his wants behind his sister’s required therapies. Although his parents tried to include Sean in family activities Charlize’s illness took precedence. Charlize even had Camp Soaring Eagle to attend so that she could enjoy camping with friends she met just like her. So when Sean learned that he too …