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"Ciad Mile Failte" - 100,000 Welcomes

Each year Atlantic Burn Camp accept burn injured children ages 6 to 17 from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland & Labrador for this annual event held on beautiful Cape Breton Island. Camp is staffed by firefighters, law enforcement, medical personnel, teacher and community volunteers. Staff to camper ration is 1:1 so you can be sure your child is well looked after during camp. You can help - sign up to volunteer today! Volunteer your time or make a donation today and give a child the opportunity to attend our camp. The experience could change thier lives forever. Kids attending camp will meet new friends, other children who have also experienced burn injury and have a lot of fun.

ABC 2017 will be held August 13th to August 20st.

Hello and welcome to After the Cocoonan online collection of stories and photographs of Canadian burn survivors

Please take a few minutes of time to read the following heart warming story of a New Glasgow resident, Philip MacKenzie who is reaching out to bring happiness to those injured by events beyond their control: Healing the Unbearable Hurts of Life with the Gift of Music

Take a momment  to watch this heart warming story from St. John's, Newfoundland.... CBC About Face - The Pat Stamp Story

Go to the "Contact Us" window and make a comment on our site or just drop us a note to say Hi.....

We have added a new Toll Free phone number and a new e-mail address:

Toll Free: 1-855-282-2876 or 1-855-282-burn

Campers and interested volunteers can download all required information and forms from this website. Note: Application on this site are PDF format, If you want Word documents just drop us an email and we provide them.

Just added some new camp pictures...have a look....




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