Recognizing Cancer Survivors

Recognizing Cancer Survivors

By Sabrina Zerrade, Volunteer and Scholarship Recipient — When I was two years old, I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, but I am now happy to say I am fifteen years in remission. I am a sophomore at the University of Washington studying Applied and...
A Valuable Resource for Success

A Valuable Resource for Success

By Abby Austin, Volunteer, Scholarship Recipient — Hi, there! My name is Abby Austin, and I am a cancer survivor. I would like to share a little bit about myself and how Camp Rainbow Gold has played a part in my experience with cancer. At only five years old, I was...
How CRG has Helped Me

How CRG has Helped Me

By Adam Pettyjohn, CRG Camper and Scholarship Recipient — Camp Rainbow Gold has helped me in so many ways. I have gone to Camp for nine years, first at Youth Camp and then at Teen Camp, and it’s always exciting to see the smiling, cheering faces of the...
Experience College with a CRG Scholarship

Experience College with a CRG Scholarship

By Aubrey Wrigley, CRG Camper and Scholarship Recipient — When I was nearing high school graduation, I was thinking a lot about my future. I knew I always wanted to go to college, but I didn’t know how I could afford it. I felt guilty when my parents said they’d help...
From Camp to College with CRG

From Camp to College with CRG

There have been lasting social barriers from my experience with cancer. Occasional odd glances from the outside world or snarky comments on how I look due to the fact that they didn’t know my situation, but Camp is a place where you have people who understand where you have been, what you have gone through and why you are who you are.