The Sunshine Camp was founded in 1922 and was originally held near Durand Eastman Park. In 1974 the camp moved to its current location on 157-acres in Rush, NY. The facility is completely accessable to children and adults with disabilites.
Throughout the year the Sunshine Campus provides unique and memorable camping experience for over 5,700 community members in the Rochester area.
During the summer months the Campus is filled with children and adults with disabilities from our 7 partner agencies including; American Diabetes Association, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Camp Joy, Heritage Christian Services, Camp Haccamo, the Rochester City School District, Volunteers of America WNY, and our own Sunshine Camp program.
The Sunshine Camp program is a 2-week camping program completely funded by the Rochester Rotary Charitable Trusts, Inc. and offers free week long camping experiences to 220 children between the ages of 8-21.
We focus on: Human Services
Where we are: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates
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