Camp Quality recognised at Northern Inland Innovation Awards
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Camp Quality recognised at Northern Inland Innovation Awards

Thursday, 22 December 2016

Camp Quality recognised at Northern Inland Innovation Awards

The Northern Inland Innovations Awards recognises and encourages businesses, individuals and organisations in the Northern Inland region of NSW, responsible for developing some of this nation's leading innovative products and approaches across a broad range of industry sectors.

Camp Quality was recognised for its Offspring Program within the Health, Aged Care & Disability Services category, being awarded category winner!

Camp Quality recognised there was a very real need within the community to provide support for children with a parent diagnosed with cancer. In a review conducted by Dr Claire Wakefield from Sydney’s Children’s Hospital and University of NSW, it was found that these children urgently required age-appropriate information, a safe place to share and ‘normalise’ their feelings with other children going through the same journey, and support communicating with family members.

Camp Quality’s Offspring Program enables children to spend time with their peers, giving them time to be kids. The development of the Offspring Program has allowed us to support even more families growing up with cancer when they need it most.

"It is wonderful to receive this recognition for the work that has gone in to the creation of the Offspring Program at Camp Quality. The opportunity to showcase the work we do within a regional location is fantastic." - Melissa Bell, Fundraising Coordinator, NNSW

About Camp Quality

Our purpose is to create the best quality of life for every child in Australia who is growing up with cancer.

We provide essential services to kids with cancer aged 0-13 and their families through every stage of their cancer journey. We also support children who have a parent or sibling with cancer.

Our unshakeable passion for positivity forms the foundations of everything that we do. We believe in the power of positive psychology to build optimism and resilience. We believe that laughter is the best medicine.

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