Saturday, September 24, 2016

Victory Junction Camp

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine
Most kids love camp, but when it comes to chronic illnesses it can be difficult. In 2004 the Petty family founded Victory Junction in honor Adam Petty. The camp helps children from ages 6 to 16. As an adult with a few chronic illnesses I know what it’s like to miss out on simple life events. I love the concept that Victory Junction has in letting kids, be well kids.



“We believe that every child, no matter their illness or diagnosis, should enjoy normal childhood experiences. Victory Junction is where children, whose lives are filled with limitations and boundaries, face fun challenges and discover just how resilient they are. The camp experience is not just about playing games, it is about helping children learn more about their abilities and what they can do.”


Victory Junction is located in Randleman, North Carolina. This isn’t just a little campground; it’s spread across 84 acres of land! During the summer children the camp provides week long sessions. If you aren’t ready for that yet (or your child isn’t), they also have weekend sessions for the kids and their families in the spring and fall. Since founded they have helped over 22,000 campers!



Some of the illnesses served:

  •   Bleeding Disorders
  •   Burn Survivors
  •   Cancer
  •   Cerebral Palsy
  •   Craniofacial Anomalies
  •   Diabetes
  •   Gastrointestinal Disorders
  •   Genetic Disorders
  •   Heart Disease
  •   Immunologic Disorders
  •   Kidney Disorders
  •   Lung Disease
  •   Neurological Disorders
  •   Physical Disabilities
  •   Rheumatologic Disorders
  •   Sickle Cell Disease
  •   Skin Disorders

Victory Junction is like a place where you can actually be a real kid. You get the chance to do a bunch of fun activities for a lot of days. It really encouraged my life.” - Elijah, 7



“If I could change one thing about the world, I would make Victory Junction bigger so more people could come to camp.” - Zoe, 10



If your child, or you know a child that really benefit from this camp please check this out.


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6 comments:

  1. That is super awesome! I am going to share this post!

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  2. Agree...each child should enjoy normal childhood experiences to its fullest.

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  3. I like the vintage cars, so I enjoyed this post. I think that this would be a true stay-over.

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  4. This is great. I have heard so many good things about this place

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  5. This is awesome, kids need to feel normal

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  6. This is awesome, kids need to feel normal

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