Camp High Hopes Inc. was originally founded with only one goal; to provide a summer camp program for boys with hemophilia.  The Camp High Hopes Program is a week long summer camp that has been serving boys ages 7-17 with hemophilia for over 25 years.

Today, the camp serves more than just boys with hemophilia.  Boys with any bleeding disorder are welcome at High Hopes so long as we can provide the level of care they need for a safe and fun week.  We also now accept male siblings of children with bleeding disorders as the disorder effects the entire family, not just an individual.

In recent years, we have also expanded our programming to offer a family camp, as well as some smaller gatherings throughout the year.  Each year, a few staff members are chosen to attend the North American Camping Conference for Hemophilia Organizations so that they can bring back new ideas that will help our programming, fundraising, and organization as a whole.

Camp High Hopes Inc. is a completely volunteer organization; no board members, organizers, counselors or staff of any kind gets paid for their involvement with camp.  We depend entirely on grants, fundraisers, and donations to cover the overhead for our programs, as well as the generosity of our staff that donate their time.