Summer Camp for Kids With Cancer Loses Funding

Camp Good Times was able to raise $400,000 for this year, but is not sure what lies ahead.
1:09 | 06/19/14

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After thirty years of providing some relief for kids with cancer a summer camp finds itself in trouble. Camp good times on Vashon island in Washington State has lost its yearly funding. From the American Cancer Society which used to cover the 400000. Dollars it takes to keep the camp open. More than 200 sick kids and their siblings along with cancer survivors attend -- camp every summer. Eleven year old leukemia survivor -- Dunham was their last summer. When he -- me. But now doctors are known songs -- anything but the American Cancer Society says it made the difficult decision to stop funding -- camp in order to spend the money on research and policy issues for the first time ever we are at risk of -- not having camp anymore camp was able to raise 400000. Dollars to guarantee this summer's -- season. But is not so sure what lies ahead for some of these kids of their last chance to be normal. Some kids don't make it connectors key. -- good times is now looking for major donors or corporate sponsor.

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