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Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, at no cost to children or their families.
Since opening our gates in 2004, our year-round programs not only challenge campers to find resilience by looking beyond their illness, but provide a safe place to try new things under unobtrusive, complete 24-hour medical supervision. Our state-of-the-art facilities are intentionally designed to be accessible and inclusive for all campers affected by one of the many diagnoses served at camp.
Victory Junction strives to create a foundation that fosters independence, confidence and continuous growth after camp to better the quality of life for children. We are honored to have prov
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Mail contributions payable to:
4500 Adams Way
Randleman, NC 27317
We are currently accepting volunteer applications for our 2015 spring family weekend and summer camps. Please check the summer staff or volunteer pages for more information on other application dates!
Victory Junction’s success is built on the strong foundation of love, committment, compassion and strength of our volunteers and staff members. At Victory Junction, the children that come to our camp are the center of our world. After spending one afternoon with one of our campers, you discover there are no limits to the happiness and inspiration that you can share with a child. Camp helps children gain a greater understanding of their own strength and courage while creating lasting friendships and meeting children just like them. Through the support of every volunteer and staff member, children experience no failure and many adventures that they never thought possible before camp.
ided camp to children from all 50 states, as well as several foreign countries. Victory Junction is a member of Paul Newman’s renowned SeriousFun Children’s Network and is accredited by the rigorous guidelines of the American Camping Association.
The mission of Victory Junction is to enrich the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and medically-sound environment, at no cost to campers and their families. The program offers a week of exhilarating, challenging and nurturing fun under comprehensive, but unobtrusive, 24-hour medical supervision. Activities include arts and crafts, woodshop, an adventure course, archery, swimming, boating, fishing, horseback riding, music and theater, and a special NASCAR-themed program area complete with race cars, racing simulators, and racing gear. Each summer session offers up to 128 camper spots, and our fall and spring family weekends offer up to 32 families a chance to experience camp together.
- Victory Junction has enriched the lives of more than 17,600 children and families since opening in 2004 and welcomed children from 50 states and four countries.
- The cost of sending a child to camp is valued at $2,500, but no child or family incurs that cost thanks to generous donors.
- Since 2004, 16,000 volunteer positions have been filled. Last year, volunteers sacrificed an estimated 47,156 hours to assist at Victory Junction.
- Victory Junction serves 24 chronic medical conditions and serious illnesses such as, but not limited to, Cancer, Craniofacial Anomalies, Diabetes, Hemophilia, Sickle Cell and Spina Bifida.
- Thirty hospitals partner with Victory Junction to deliver exceptional health care to campers with a variety of needs.
- The camp, located in Randleman, N.C., is built on 84 acres and donated by Richard and Lynda Petty.