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Mission Statement

Since 1981, we have offered support and encouragement to children diagnosed with cancer and their families by providing gratuitous year-round programs, special events, and access to crisis resources. Our goal is to improve the physical, emotional, and psychological health of the entire family facing pediatric cancer.


At Camp Happy Days, we believe that everychild battling cancer in South Carolina should have an opportunity to benefit from a summer camp experience and other life-changing programs regardless of family income or economic status. Every program we offer is free to the families we serve.

What cancer takes away, Camp Happy Days gives back - lots of smiles, laughter and the pure carefree joy of being a kid. It is our goal to create powerful, life-changing experiences that helps children fighting cancer live their dreams, realize their potential, to overcome adversity and discover a renewed sense of pride and self-confidence.




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by Whitney G. (April 22, 2010)
Children are the most amazing creatures on this planet, they find beauty in everything they see, hear, and touch. To know that there are so many things in life to experience I can’t bear to think of a single child in this world having to do without. This is why I’m proud to say that this summer I will be putting my time to use by making sure these children have the time of their lives and not have to have that constant worry in the back of their minds about medication or treatment or worry with what the next doctor visit may bring. I hope to make sure they enjoy every possible opportunity as safely and whole heartily as any other child. Children are the future of this world, and they need to know that people can care for one another and be there for them through thick and thin.