A4C Adds Snowboarding to our Survivorship Program! First camp is April 15-21!

We’ve been empowering adolescent and young adult cancer survivors to find healing and life-renewal through surfing and the natural healing of the ocean environment. Now, we’re taking our model to the mountains for… snowboarding!

Teaming up with Mt. Hood Meadows Ski & Snowboard School to provide professional snowboarding instruction and support, and Cooper Spur for accommodations, Athletes for Cancer will run our first Snow Survivorship Camp April 15-21 at Mt. Hood Meadows. Snowboard instruction will focus on safety, fundamentals, and having fun. The camp will run for 7 days including your 2 travel days and 5 days of instruction and adventure.

Applications are open to cancer fighters and survivors who have been diagnosed between the ages of 18 and 39. A4C camps are FREE for accepted applicants to attend. No, you do not have to be any sort of athlete to attend! We accept all levels of physical fitness and ability! Airfare is not included.

Learn more about our Survivorship Program or Apply NOW! Want to pay it forward for someone fighting cancer to attend camp? Donate Now.


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