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Camp Quality

Camp Quality

Camp Quality brings positivity, fun and laughter back into the lives of kids facing cancer.

Our programs and services help families build optimism and resilience through community, education and fun. We are there for kids (0-15) dealing with their own cancer diagnosis, or the
diagnosis of a sibling or parent, every step of the way.

Our programs are Camp Quality-run events and hospital support. Our services are digital resources and counselling, accessible whenever and wherever they are needed.

We’re proud to have improved the quality of life for kids impacted by cancer, and their families, for almost 40 years.




On Christmas Eve 2021, Leo was diagnosed with cancer, and he has spent every Christmas since in hospital. But this year is different. When six-month-old Leo was diagnosed with stage four hepatoblastoma, family life was turned upside down. After two… Continue Reading >

Kids’ Guide to Cancer expands to support multicultural communities

Camp Quality is taking steps to improve health outcomes for non-English-speaking families   In the first of its kind in Australia, Camp Quality has expanded their successful Kids’ Guide to Cancer to make the resource available in four new languages:… Continue Reading >

Make Your COUNTDOWN to CHRISTMAS More Meaningful This Year

We all know that Christmas is about more than presents, but for children who can’t wait for Santa, it can be hard to get the message across. Why not make your countdown to Christmas more meaningful this year with one… Continue Reading >

Finding the true meaning of Christmas during the Festive Season Frenzy?

Christmas … for me the very word conjures up feelings of excitement, love and anticipation. I know I am extremely lucky: I have three gorgeous kids, a great extended family and awesome friends who never fail to make me laugh…. Continue Reading >

How Australians are stepping up for kids facing cancer with the Big Walk

Camp Quality’s Big Walk for Little Kids is the latest fundraising challenge seeing Australians lacing up their trainers across the country. Will you join in the fun? This year, the stakes are the highest they have ever been, with 9,100… Continue Reading >

Bright, new face for Camp Quality

Friday 1 July, Camp Quality launched a refreshed brand and new website, beginning a bright, new era for the much-loved Australian children’s cancer charity. Since 2000, Camp Quality’s logo has been a laughing, pink ‘giggle face’ with the tagline ‘laughter… Continue Reading >

Happy National Volunteer Week to all the volunteers!

Did you know this week (16-22nd May), is National Volunteer Week? To celebrate National Volunteer week, Camp Quality recognises excellence in volunteering through the annual Gillard Awards. With the tremendous aid of their volunteers, Camp Quality brings positivity, fun and… Continue Reading >

Isla’s Story

Isla was just 3 when she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). Isla’s parents, Pam and Gareth, say the nightmare started with a bump on their daughter’s head. “I first noticed it when I was brushing her hair,” Pam… Continue Reading >

Eli’s Story

Eli’s cancer pushed his family to breaking point Now they are sharing their story to help others   Peter and Jenny Northey’s lives were turned upside-down when their son Eli was born in August 2019 unable to breathe. He was… Continue Reading >

Extraordinary Volunteer Recognised for 33 Years of Service

During National Volunteer week (17-23rd May) children’s cancer charity Camp Quality recognises excellence in Volunteering through the annual Gillard Award.  This year, Kim Anderson will be receiving not only the QLD state award but Camp Quality’s highest honour, the national… Continue Reading >

Time to Ride Big for Kids Facing Cancer

Do you love road cycling, mountain biking, Spinning or simply enjoy a leisurely bike ride on the weekends? Then Camp Quality kids need you! Camp Quality has launched its inaugural Big Ride for Little Kids, a virtual cycling challenge which… Continue Reading >

Hospitals are a scarier place for kids facing cancer, but Camp Quality is here to help

COVID-19 restrictions have made hospitals an even more isolated place for kids facing cancer with new rules and regulations causing many support services to be put on hold. That’s why Camp Quality have launched a new national program – Puppet… Continue Reading >

4 steps to get active with your kids for a good cause this October

As the weather warms up, it’s the perfect opportunity to spend time together as a family soaking in the sunshine and teaching your children how to make a difference with a simple and healthy activity: walking. Australian childhood cancer charity… Continue Reading >

Show your kids how fun giving can be on the 4th July

On Saturday the 4th July, kids’ cancer charity Camp Quality is having a fundraiser that the whole family can take part in. The Australian charity is challenging households to set up a campsite in their living room, backyard or anywhere at home… Continue Reading >

Want some isolation tips from the experts?

Camp Quality’s Happiness Hub is a new platform where isolation tips and tricks come from those who know isolation the best. For mum of two Charlotte, the Coronavirus pandemic isn’t her first dealing with social isolation. After Charlotte’s daughter Zoe… Continue Reading >

Every child deserves a childhood

The hidden impact on kids whose parents have cancer There is no doubt a childhood cancer diagnosis can stop a family in its tracks. No-one expects it and no-one would wish it on someone else. The diagnosis is often just… Continue Reading >

Kiddipedia is thrilled to announce Partnership with Camp Quality

Childhood is a time of unlimited opportunity, fun, hope, happiness, bright colours and laughter. The formative years of a child’s life are intended to be carefree where their hearts and minds are led by inspired imagination and paint a colourful… Continue Reading >

Camp Quality: 35 Years Young

The 1980s: an era of many wonderful things including great music, “fab” fashion and big hair. There was no such thing as the internet, or a mobile phone, and to be cool all you needed was a Walkman! It was also a time when a family who had had a child diagnosed with… Continue Reading >



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