Topic: Paul Newman
P.L. NEWMAN LEGACY CIRCLE
A New Way to Have a Lasting Impact Paul Newman’s outlook of “taking fun seriously” for kids with serious illnesses is one that remains a guiding principle of every SeriousFun Children’s Network…
Redefining What’s Possible: Lessons From My Dad Paul Newman
On what would have been his 98th birthday, Paul Newman's daughter, Clea Newman-Soderlund reflects upon her dad's vision of camp as a special idea that could change lives. More than 30 years later, through SeriousFun Children's Network, his dream continues to dramatically change not only the lives of kids with serious illness, but also their families, the clinicians who care for them, and the supporters who make it all happen.
Paul Newman Inspires Joy, Hope & Generosity
Reflections from SeriousFun CEO Blake Maher
Meet The People Behind Camp: Matthew Cook
Meet Matthew Cook. As Chief Program Officer of Camp Korey, the SeriousFun camp in Washington, he's been involved with SeriousFun camps since 1992...
Volunteer Opportunities Roundup
We’ve rounded up a snapshot of current volunteer opportunities below. Take a look and see what you can do for a camp near you!
How Camp Supports Positive Health Outcomes For Kids
Over three decades, SeriousFun camps and programs have helped promote positive health and psychosocial outcomes for kids living with medical conditions.
Tips for Teaching Kids to Give Back
Research has found that children who regularly give back are less likely to bully others, have increased self-esteem, and better overall health.
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...
Meet the People Behind Camp: Nichole Dunn
Meet Nichole E. Dunn. As the President & CEO of Flying Horse Farms, the SeriousFun camp in Ohio, she recently received a Columbus Business First C-Suite...
Behavior Support Techniques: From Camp to Home
Here’s a roundup of our top behavior support tips to try at home.