Australia’s NRMA Parks and Resorts and Camp Quality are teaming up to support kids impacted by cancer. Through the Camp In program, kids aged 0-15 will have a chance to unwind and create precious memories at one of their retreats.
Cancer is tough, not only on the patient but also on their family. Camp Quality’s services and programs aim to help children who are also dealing with a cancer diagnosis of a loved one.
On July 30, those registered to support Camp In will give up their beds to camp in, out, or at a campground.
In support of Camp Quality’s efforts, NRMA Parks and Resorts will donate half of all revenue from all campsite bookings on July 30, the company announced in a LinkedIn post.
“We are very proud to be supporting our national charity partner Camp Quality with their annual fundraising event on 31st July. Grab a tent or van and come and stay with us on that night!” NRMA Chief Executive Officer Paul Davies commented.
“Together, we change the cancer story for kids and their families. Please support our NRMA Camp In to give kids and families the break from cancer they urgently need. As they say at Camp Quality: ‘laughter is the best medicine,’ so please give generously so I can spread those smiles far and wide,” a statement on the company’s fundraising page reads.
Camp Quality helps families stay positive and resilient through community, education, and fun offered through its services and programs such as recreation programs, puppet programs, hospital programs, and Camp Quality services.
Camp Quality services include digital resources and counseling accessible online, through apps, and on the telephone.
NRMA Parks and Resorts owns and operates multiple parks throughout Australia. The company provides a wide range of services to the caravan park industry and has successfully operated for over two decades. The business is owned by the NRMA, one of Australia’s largest member-owned organizations with millions of members and nearly a century of expertise in travel and motoring.