Camp EAGR is the place where kids with epilepsy can be just kids. Everyone at camp has been affected by epilepsy. Having a seizure in the middle of an activity is no big deal. No one stares or makes fun.
For children with epilepsy, Camp EAGR is about much more than riding horses and signing camp fire songs (although it is about those things too). It is about acceptance. It is about meeting others with epilepsy their own age and making friends.
You can make sure that children with epilepsy have a life-changing experience at camp. Please help us by making a gift today!
$400 provides a full scholarship for one child
$200 provides half a scholarship
A gift in any amount helps children to learn
about their epilepsy, make friends with other children with epilepsy, and have the experience
of a lifetime!
Learn how Camp EAGR got started back in 1992 from camp's founder, Joan Powell.
Read Lauren's story. Lauren started as an 8-year old camper and still comes back as a counselor -- 12 years later