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I think we can all agree that every child deserves the chance to be a kid and enjoy life. That's why we have child labor laws, why toy companies flourish, and why so many parenting books have sections or chapters on letting kids play.
But for kids with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses who spend much of their time at doctors' offices, therapies, and in the hospital, they don't get many opportunities to be a regular kid. They often feel isolated from their peers and lonely.
That's where Victory Junction comes in.
Victory Junction is a camp located in Randleman, North Carolina and is open to kids between the ages of six and 16 at no cost to the campers or their families. It provides the chance for chronically or seriously ill children to take a break and just be a kid while in a safe and medically-sound environment. Their belief statement says it all: