Camp Quality

Giving kids facing cancer the

chance to be kids again

It is estimated that


kids aged between 0-14 were 

newly diagnosed with cancer 

Families facing cancer are isolated now more than ever

We are all looking forward to the end of iso. But for families facing cancer, compromised immune systems mean every germ is a serious threat, not just COVID-19. So when Australia’s isolation ends, stress and anxiety won’t end for Camp Quality families.

That’s why we are calling on Australians to join the Big Walk for Little Kids.


Help us raise funds so we can continue to support kids and their families facing cancer.

In Hospital

We provide face to face support in hospitals with Family Program Coordinators, Child Life Therapists and our puppets – Kylie, Dean and Melissa to support kids impacted by cancer. 

At Home

 Camp Quality supports families at home with Camp Quality’s Happiness Hub website and New Normal Navigator and Kids’ Guide to Cancer apps.

At School

Our Primary School Education Program travels throughout Australia dispeling myths and creating supportive communities for any child facing cancer. Our special puppet shows bring laughter and positivity to schools and can have a big impact on children’s confidence.

Away from it all

Camp Quality Camps across Australia build life skills and strengthen the wellbeing of kids facing cancer. They give families an opportunity to get away together and make new memories following treatment, and in the case of palliative care or bereavement.