Camper Group

What we’re all about.


Our purpose is to create empowering, adaptive year-round programs for children dealing with life-altering medical conditions and their families, completely free of charge. The foundational pillars of Camp Korey are safety, friendship, inclusion, equity, and fun.


To honor the courage, strength, and determination of children living with life-altering medical conditions and their families by providing them with a transformational experience in a fun, safe camp environment with specialized medical support. 

Goldbergs and campers

Giving joy, adventure, and resilience to every child that needs it.

Our core values.

We believe a camp community made with a wide range of perspectives and backgrounds benefits everyone personally and professionally.
We accept people as they come to us, embracing their gender identity, abilities and disabilities, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, spoken language, socioeconomic status, and the color of their skin.
We listen, learn, and unlearn to create an environment grounded in empathy and compassion.
We celebrate the differences that define us with respect to the communities and paths which shaped them, creating a culture of understanding and belonging.
We understand this work is a continuous process and are committed to JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion) practices and follow a SOAR (safety, outreach, access, and respect) model to better serve our entire camp community.


Camp Korey’s land acknowledgment.


We would like to acknowledge that the land we live and work on is the ancestral homeland of the Coast Salish peoples.
To acknowledge this land is to learn and recognize the lived history of Indigenous peoples, including the impact of colonialism and subsequent displacement, genocide, and erasure of Native communities and culture throughout our country’s history. Acknowledging Native land rights is a key connection to helping communities improve their health, lives, and continued culture.
We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors for their enduring care and protection of our shared lands and waterways.