Camp Save a Life is a free week-long camp held each year at Red Cross House for youth ages 10-14. Camp Save-a-Life provides youth with the opportunity to learn valuable disaster preparedness techniques and leadership skills. Youth will become certified in CPR and First Aid while gaining skills in swimming, leadership and communication. Most importantly, they will have fun while learning how to keep their families safe!
Location and Time: Red Cross House, 40th St. and Powelton Ave., Philadelphia, PA.
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 13.
**All spots at camp are now filled. There are wait lists for camp, please keep reading for detail.**
*Please note: choose only ONE week for your child(ren) to attend.Space is limited. Applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. The Camp is free of charge and participants will be provided with a snack and lunch daily. You will become certified in CPR/First Aid and participate in swimming safety.
This year, Camp Save a Life will run a total of seven weeks, with a different group of youth attending each week. The dates are as follows:
To be placed on a waiting list for camp, please contact:
Katie Parsell, Regional Manager of Volunteer and Youth Services - Katie.Parsell@redcross.org
Read this article about how Camp Save A Life is teaching children how to be safe when disaster strikes.