Camp Kara 2021

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Camp Kara is a free bereavement camp for youth ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens come together for one weekend to participate in traditional fun camp activities and peer support focused grief activities. Campers are supported throughout the weekend by Kara’s highly trained volunteers and staff.

Since 2008 Kara has operated an annual bereavement camp dedicated to creating a safe and caring space for grieving children and teens to share experiences around grief and loss, acquire coping skills, and gain support from making connections with peers.

Camp Kara 2021: July 16th-17th

A Virtual Camp Experience

Applications are now closed.

Camp Requirements & Information

Event: Kara's 14th Annual Bereavement Camp: Camp Kara
Dates: July 16th-17th, 2021
Location: Virtual
Additional Date: July 31st, 2021 - Camp Family Day. Location: In Person - TBD
Fee: FREE to all campers
Participant Age: Children & teens, ages 6-17
Application available: March 15, 2021
Application deadline: April 30, 2021
Please note: Applications are reviewed in the order received and priority is given to new campers and those residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Space is limited. Apply Early!
General Information: For general questions, information or specific questions regarding the Camp Kara application, please contact us at camp@kara-grief.org or call 650-321-5272.

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Sponsor Opportunities

Individual, corporate and foundation sponsorship opportunities for in-kind donations and underwriting are available; contact Kara at (650) 321-5272 or make a donation online.


Want to volunteer as a Camp Kara Grief Group Facilitator or Cabin Counselor? All Camp Kara volunteers must complete the Kara training. For more information on volunteering click here.

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