August 14, 2017

The 3rd annual Camp Cambria Classic golf and concert event will benefit children with juvenile arthritis. The golf event will once again be held at Hazeltine National Golf Club where you'll get a chance to play the world-famous course before the Ryder Cup pros tee off in September. The concert event will take place on the shores of Lake Minnetonka that same evening.

100% of all proceeds benefit kids with juvenile arthritis through Camp Cambria initiatives. All expenses, including golf and entertainment, are donated and funded separately.

To explore sponsorship opportunities and take part in the Camp Cambria Classic 2016, please contact SHELLY NELSON

A place where kids with juvenile arthritis can forget the pain.

Juvenile arthritis is a lifelong disease that destroys joints, bones, and muscles, making everyday activities - or even just moving - difficult, robbing children of the joy of just being kids. Our mission is to raise awareness and funds to benefit the 324,000 children across North America living with juvenile arthritis. Donations received will help expand the foundation's continuing efforts to provide comfort and assistance where it is most needed.

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Six days they'll never forget.

With many new things to learn and experience, Camp Cambria changes the lives of kids with juvenile arthritis - not just for a week, but forever. Together, we'll create even more opportunities through Camp Cambria initiatives to help kids:

  • Find a place they belong, together with other kids who understand the struggles and journey that comes with juvenile arthritis
  • Learn essential coping and stress management techniques
  • Gain independence by mastering skills such as how to administer their own medicines
  • Take part in outdoor activities, like swimming and archery, at their own pace
  • Create friendships and build confidence that will last a lifetime
  • Most of all - have fun and just be kids
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