I shine for CAMP RAINBOW GOLD, for many years ago, 1984 to be exact, CAMP RAINBOW GOLD helped me at the age of 12 get over not only my fear, but the fears of my friends as well about the word Cancer. Back then we patients were able to invite one friend to CAMP RAINBOW GOLD and that made a huge difference in how they perceived all cancer!
— Astrid F.
I shine for LouAnne for being such a great Art Shack mentor.
I shine for Becca’s hula-hoop dance at campfire.
We shine for LouAnne and Joel for teach us ukulele!
— Hillside Haven
I shine for Alison. Thank you for a wonderful dance!
I shine for Sunkist for letting my cabin go first to the bathroom because we were in a hurry!
I shine for Falcon Nest for cleaning up all trash after campfire on Sunday!
— Heather C.
I shine for Lindsay. You continue to make my heart smile.
We shine for the Trouthaven Cabin for escorting us to the dance!
— Aspenway Cabin
I shine for the learning opportunity of Camp Rainbow Gold; to live life a little more up close, to hold it dear and to gently let go when its time comes to an end.
— Lesa B., Volunteer Social Worker
We shine for Rosebud girls! You are great cabin mates and counselors.
I shine for the fun I had at camp. Nobody treated me differently. I like it when I get to be a normal kid, have fun, be silly, dance around. And laugh.
— Kalia C., Camper
I shine for Brice, Jere and Heather Callen. You’re the best!
I shine for all grown men who play dress up. The ones who reach for tutus and princess wands and pink, fluffy boas, knowing the smiles and giggles will last for days. Ted, Jason, Joel, Frank, Mark, John, Michael, Steve, Bryce, Rob, Jere, Terry, Kyle, Joe. All of you.
— Jamie D.
I shine for music, campfire, fierce hearts and gentle hands.
— Michael S.
I shine for Maggie. Thanks for dancing with me.
I shine for Shane for letting us give him a manicure.
I shine for everyone on the hike. You all rocked. Thanks for waiting up for me.
I shine for the cooks for making good food.
I shine for Rhiannon for being such a sweetie!
I shine for all parents and children who are brave enough to let go…and let fun! It’s not always easy.
— Faith C.
I shine for the Sunkist girls who painted my nails so beautiful.
— Jason from Trouthaven
I shine for Al for the jungle run.
Pinelodge Cabin shines for Trouthaven for going on an awesome bike ride with us!
I shine for Camp Rainbow Gold. It gives me hope, it gives me a second family, and it gives me amazing people I aspire to be like.
— Stacie T.
I shine for all the Rosebud girls for cheering me on when I was hula-hooping.
I shine for Chad because he held my hand today – not physically but emotionally.
We shine for songstress Carlie. And yes please, do it again!