Welcome to Okizu!
For 40 years Camp Okizu has offered support programs to families who have a child diagnosed with cancer. Camp Okizu has become a second family and a home away from home for thousands of patients, siblings, and parents.
We offer a variety of medically supervised residential camping programs throughout the year and hope that we have a program that’s right for you. All of our programs are free of charge.
We invite you to learn more about our programs and hope you will use this section as a starting place to get to know us and to join the Okizu family.
“Going through this feels like we’ve been in a war zone and this is a place of joy, peace, and tranquility. It’s very healing to be in a beautiful setting and to play again. We spend so much time in the hospital and this is the antidote. It helps us relearn how to relax and be a family.” — Okizu Parent
Weekend camps for the entire family. Family Camp is a chance for the patient, siblings, and parents to come together for a weekend at our beautiful facility to relax and enjoy some quality family time while building friendships with other families who are raising children through the cancer diagnosis. Click here for more information.
Week-long camps for children who have or have had cancer. Oncology Camp offers summer fun and peer support for cancer patients ages 6-17 at our medically supervised sleep-away camps. Click here for more information.
SIBS (Special and Important Brothers and Sisters) Camp
Week-long camps for brothers and sisters of pediatric oncology patients. SIBS Camp offers summer fun and peer support for siblings ages 6-17. Click here for more information.
Weekend programs for older patients and their siblings. TNT participants are between the ages of 18 and 25. Click here for more information.
Weekend camps for bereaved families and for bereaved teens and young adults. Click here for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have more questions? Click here to visit our Frequently Asked Questions.
If you would like to receive additional information about Okizu, please call the office at 415.382.9083, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.