The camp's mission is to foster community among bleeding disorder patients and promote the transition to independence. Campers will enjoy the fun of an outdoor summer camp in a medically-safe environment.
- Who Can Attend – Any child, age 8-17, with hemophilia or another chronic bleeding disorder.
- Dates – Sunday, July 16– Friday, July 21
- Cost – The cost of the camp ($800/camper) is covered by the Hemophilia Foundation of Minnesota and the Dakotas. During registration, you will be prompted to enter a coupon code to reflect this coverage at check-out.
- Staff – Our highly trained, skilled, and energetic Camp Ihduhapi staff provide a week full of fun traditional camp activities. They are supported during the week by medical professional volunteers who provide education and medical support for bleeding disorders.
- Accommodations – Campers spend their session with two counselors and a group of up to 10 campers in a cabin group. Campers are assigned to their cabin based on age and gender. All food is provided (including options for allergies and other dietary requirements). Camp Ihduhapi is peanut- and shellfish-free.
- Transportation – Drop off (Sunday) and pick up (Friday) are at YMCA Camp Ihduhapi in Loretto (30 minutes west of the twin cities). Transportation is not provided.