Camp Really is a Place for Everyone
Elle heard about camp one evening at home in her living room and hasn't looked back since. Read, in her own words, why she volunteers.
Reflections on Gratitude
With our campers in mind—along with the fortitude they show even on the darkest days—I’ve listed a few things for which I’m grateful...
Behavior Support Techniques: From Camp to Home
Here’s a roundup of our top behavior support tips to try at home.
Arts & Crafts Meets Science: Mixing Watercolors & Oil
Arts and crafts meets science in this low-cost kids' activity for rain or shine.
Ultimate Kids’ Summer Bucket List: 10 Things To Do This Season
10 things for kids to enjoy this season from the summer (camp) professionals.
Study Highlights Lasting Impact of SeriousFun Camps
In 2018, The American Camp Association (ACA) and the University of Utah worked with SeriousFun to carry out a Youth Impact Study to understand the long-term learning outcomes of the camp experiences on children living with serious illnesses who attended a SeriousFun camp.
8 Ways to Create Kindness
Tips to foster a culture of kindness at home, at school, at the office, and with friends.
5 Classic Cookies in 5 Ingredients or Less
Dietary restrictions or allergies? No worries. We've got dairy-free, nut-free, and gluten-free options.
Meet Braedon & The Pollman Family
Braedon was a typical child, until the age of five when a neurodegenerative disease slowly began stealing his ability to function normally. His mother Jill and father Bernd share their family’s transformative experience with camp.
Global Partnerships: A World of Good
SeriousFun's Associate Director of Global Partnerships & Programs, Mary Silvia, is creating stronger support systems for children and caregivers in low-resource areas around the world. She shares how.