“Camp Cambria has the opportunity to provide laughter and joy to the many children living with juvenile arthritis. That’s what we will strive to accomplish.”
—Marty Davis, Cambria President & CEO
At the Camp Cambria Foundation, our mission is to raise awareness and funds to benefit the more than 324,000 kids and teens challenged by juvenile arthritis in the United States and Canada. Every summer, we’re proud to host Camp Cambria, a life-changing summer camp experience in Minnesota and Ontario, Canada, in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation and Arthritis Society. Thanks to the generosity of our partners and sponsors, we’re honored to give campers the opportunity to spend an incredible week in nature, making new friends, learning new skills, and having the time of their lives!
Marty Davis, Cambria® President and CEO, understands the pain and other challenges of arthritis because his mother and grandmother both suffered from the disease. When Justin and Krista Morneau, whose niece, Maddie, has juvenile arthritis, invited Marty and his wife, Anne, to attend a fundraiser for juvenile arthritis, the Davises met many parents with children who suffer from the disease. When the parents mentioned a summer camp in Wisconsin for kids with juvenile arthritis and expressed disappointment that there wasn’t a similar camp in Minnesota, Marty and Anne took note. Thanks to the enthusiasm and tireless efforts of the entire Cambria family, Camp Cambria was launched in Minnesota in 2014 and in Canada in 2016. As we look ahead to another amazing summer in 2018, we invite you to learn more about our mission and get involved.
Renovating for Today. Building for the Future.
To help create an even better experience for Camp Cambria™ kids, along with other children and adults with disabilities, the Camp Cambria Foundation, together with our generous partners, remodeled three key buildings at Camp Courage (home of Camp Cambria) from the ground up. The Camp Cambria Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funds to benefit the 324,000 kids and teens who are challenged by juvenile arthritis in North America.