Camp Erin

  Camp Erin

Join us July 14-16, 2017
Camp Erin–Twin Cities is a free, annual bereavement camp for children ages 6-17, who have experienced the death of a family member or friend.

Camp Erin is the country's largest network of bereavement camps and is made possible by a partnership between Fairview and The Moyer Foundation.

Making connections, lasting friendships

At Camp Erin, the focus is on the kids!  Professionals and highly trained volunteers of Fairview's Youth Grief Services work to combine all the fun and excitement of camp with time to connect with other kids who have experienced loss.

Along with our campfires, camp songs, cookouts, swimming, games and crafts, we incorporate education about grief and allow ample time for sharing with each other. During this special camp experience, campers develop genuine connections and lasting friendships. See our 2017 Camp Erin flier for more details.

Dates and registration forms 

In 2017, Camp Erin-Twin Cities is scheduled for July 14-16. First-time campers will be given priority. All past Camp Erin-Twin Cities participants will be automatically placed on a waiting list.

2017 Camp Erin applicationRegistration is now available online for campers! Camp Erin-Twin Cities has partnered with, an electronic health record system provided to registrants free of charge. All information entered is completely secure and will remain protected. If you have questions about the application process, click here

Register now!

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For more about Camp Erin–Twin Cities, read our Frequently Asked Questions. You also can call 952-892-2111 with questions or to request application materials be sent to you by mail if you are not able to use one of the linked versions above.

To lean more about The Moyer Foundation and the Camp Erin Network, visit The Moyer Foundation.

Like all Youth Grief Services, Camp Erin is offered at no charge. The camp is a partnership between Fairview Health Services and The Moyer Foundation. In addition, generous support for the camp comes from Fairview employees, volunteers, donors and Fairview Health Services.
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