Ānuenue, rainbow in Hawaiian, is a brilliant, colorful promise of hope—one that daily graces Hawai`i skies.
Kids love to have fun. Kids with cancer are no exception. For one unforgettable week, Camp Ānuenue is a place for children with cancer, ages 7 – 18, to get together and enjoy life. Along the way, they build friendships that last a lifetime, improve their self-esteem, and strengthen their will not just to survive but also thrive.
An on-site medical staff of volunteer doctors and nurses make sure all children continue to receive their regular care as well as respond immediately to any other medical needs. Camp staff is experienced and trained in making the camping experience safe, fun and memorable.
Started in 1985, Camp Ānuenue is held at Camp Mokuleia (map), and offered at no charge to children diagnosed with cancer. Campers must be from Hawai‘i, Guam, or other Pacific Islands and registered with their local American Cancer Society field office. For Neighbor Islanders, air and ground transportation is also covered. Space is limited with preference going to those who have been recently diagnosed with cancer or are still in active treatment.
For more information please contact Debra Glowik:
American Cancer Society Hawai‘i Pacific
Childhood Cancer Programs
2370 Nu‘uanu Avenue
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817
Office: (808) 432-9105
Neighbor Islands: 1-888-227-7107, ext 105
Cell: (808) 489-7425
Camp Ānuenue is accredited by the American Camping Association.