Camp Brave Eagle was started in 1999 by Dr. Amy Shapiro, Medical Director of The Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center. Camp Brave Eagle is a wonderful opportunity for children with bleeding disorders to participate in a traditional summer camp experience.
Our camp encourages self-sufficiency, builds confidence, increases campers’ self esteem, and promotes a positive outlook.
Camp Brave Eagle also aims to strengthen the sense of community among young Hoosiers with bleeding disorders and their families. Of course, the main objective is to have FUN!
Camp Brave Eagle takes place each June at Camp Crosley in North Webster, IN. Camp Crosley is a YMCA camp situated on Little Lake Tippecanoe. Campers have the opportunity to enjoy swimming, fishing, archery, crafts, and much more during their week long stay.
For more information go to the Camp Brave Eagle website or Contact the HoII offices. Full and partial scholarships are available for those in need of financial assistance. No camper will be turned away for inability to pay.
For more information visit: www.campbraveeagle.org