Please help change the life of a child with diabetes by sending them to diabetes camp! Click here to donate to our Scholarship Fund
Registration for 2014 LIT Weekend and Summer Camp sessions is now OPEN! Click HERE to register now, or see the Register for Camp page for more information.
Leaders in Training Weekend (entering grades 9-12) April 25 - 27
Elementary (entering grades 3-5) July 15 - July 18
High School (entering grades 9-12) July 20 - July 25
Middle School (entering grades 6-8) July 27 - August 1st
Interested in sending your child to camp or volunteering?
information please contact the Camp Executive Director:
Camp Leo is an organization devoted to serving children with diabetes in a fun, safe, educational, and medically sound environment away from home. Children are supported in learning to live a life of health and acceptance with diabetes. The overnight camping experience is a unique chance to meet others facing the same challenges of living with diabetes.
A volunteer staff of physicians, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and counselors are closely involved with the day-to-day activities of the campers to ensure their medical well-being. This dedicated team will enable your children to gain confidence while building self-esteem, allowing them to develop their diabetes self-management skills. Together, we are committed to fostering the transition towards self reliance.
With the support of Lion’s Clubs throughout of Western Washington, all campers have the ability to attend camp, regardless of family income. Their scholarship mission states “no child is ever turned away because they can not afford our camp fees."
Camp Leo builds life long memories and relationships for people of all ages. They will leave empowered knowing the experience and knowledge gained will serve them for the rest of their lives.
Come join in the adventure and see why we call ourselves a “Family”. You’ll not only feel a sense of belonging, but a sense of purpose. So bring your energy and your stories, because at Camp Leo… we honor people with diabetes.