Camp Alohi Lani

Each summer, the ALS Society of BC hosts a camp for youth who have a parent or grandparent living with ALS.  Camp Alohi Lani, which means “Bright Sky” in Hawaiian, is a safe setting in which youth 8 – 17 years of age can come together to receive support for their own journey.  Most importantly, the camp offers youth affected by ALS, the opportunity to meet other youth in similar circumstances, creating a circle of support.

JOIN US FOR CAMP ALOHI LANI 2022

From March 17th – March 20th, 2022 ALS BC will host a camp for youth who have a Parent (or Grandparent in a significant role) living with ALS. ALS B.C. is extremely pleased to be able to offer this retreat at no cost to families thanks to our sponsors.

Camp Alohi Lani, which means ‘Bright Sky’ in Hawaiian, is a safe setting in which youth aged 8-17 years can come together to receive support for their own journey. Most importantly Camp Alohi Lani offers campers an opportunity to meet other youth from across B.C. affected by ALS and make connections with their peers.

HOW TO REGISTER?

  • Send an email to alexandra@alsbc.ca with the full name of the camper(s) and age as of March 17th, 2022.  Please indicate if they have attended the camp before.
  • Space is limited to 30 campers so preference will be given to youth who have not attended the camp in the past. 
  • You will be mailed a registration package which must be completed and received at our office prior to the deadline.
  • Confirmation of registration will be sent out the first week of February.

Check out the video on www.alsbc.ca Services /Camp Alohi Lani

Demographics Overview

Our goal is to hold one camp every year with 30 participants.  In 2020, due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the camp was cancelled.

Quick Stats

  • Campers

    • 30

      2019

    • 26

      2018

    • 25

      2017