Camp Kerry was established in 2007 in British Columbia as Canada’s first family bereavement retreat program. For those grieving the death of a loved one it’s a place to find connection, healing & hope. Click below for more information on the retreats occurring in British Columbia.
Camp Kerry Ontario was established in 2014. This family bereavement retreat program is currently offered once a year and hosts families from all regions of Ontario and beyond. For further information on the retreats occurring in Ontario please click on the button below.
Camp Kerry Atlantic was established in 2015 and is hosted in New Brunswick each year. This family bereavement retreat program serves people from all of the Atlantic provinces in Canada. Click below for more information on these retreats and other programs available in this area.
To the amazing Team Camp Kerry Runners, Volunteers, and Supporters: WE DID IT! We shattered our goal and raised a staggering $14,555 I'm in awe. What a phenomenal drive by a small, caring and focused group. We crushed the race course! Many of us had recent injury...
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of members of the Camp Kerry Society (the “Society”) will be held at the Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, British Columbia on Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 1:15 pm.
Come on out to Port Alberni, British Columbia for an unforgettable evening of music featuring folk artist, Aspen Switzer and company. Proceeds will be used to provide bereavement services to Vancouver Island Youth.
Exploring some of the benefits of music and mindfulness-based self-care practices. Participation is encouraged for those coping with grief & loss and for those working/volunteering in the helping professions.
Well the rumors are true, the 4th Annual James Bidgood Memorial Hockey Day is now a puck and ball tournament. This means 2 games of Hockey and 2 games of Baseball. The best part is proceeds will go to benefit both Camp Kerry Ontario and Hospice Norwood!
In Canada there is virtually no government funding designated for bereavement care, yet it is well documented that unresolved grief can lead to an array of health concerns including; anxiety, depression, addiction, and more.
For every loss, it is estimated that at least five people will be significantly impacted, yet very few have access to adequate long-term supports.
Every donation that you give to the Camp Kerry Society helps us to provide support to children, youth, individualsand families impacted by loss and to thoseliving with a serious illness. As a result of people like you, lives are being transformed across Canada.
By becoming a sustaining partner through Giving Monthly donations you can help us provide hope and support life after loss.