Camp Freedom! 

Camp Freedom

Camp Freedom is a weeklong camp for children ages 7 – 15
with a bleeding disorder or a carrier.

 

 

 

THIS YEAR'S CAMP FREEDOM! IS JULY 6-13, 2018.

FREE ADOBE READER DOWNLOAD, CLICK HERE.

 

 

Forms and information for 2018 will be available soon.

 

 

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2017

FORMS ARE AVAILABLE NOW, please click on the links, forms are printable PDFs.

CAMP FREEDOM 2017 Camper Application, due by May 12.

CAMP FREEDOM 2017 LIT(Leaders in Training) Application, due by April 28.

CAMP FREEDOM 2017 MEDICAL RELEASE, must be printed out, signed and returned to the THBDF office.

 

STAFF APPLICATIONS DUE BY MARCH 31, fillable PDFs(right-click link and SAVE AS to your computer, from there you can fill out, print and save the document), or call the office for a hard copy.

NEW 2017 STAFF FILL-IN PDF

 

RETURNING 2017 STAFF FILL-IN PDF

 

 

YOU MUST PRINT OUT THE MEDICAL RELEASES, SIGN AND RETURN TO US BY MAIL, FAX, OR IN PERSON AT OUR OFFICE. NO EXCEPTIONS.

THBDF Office location:

1819 Ward Drive
Suite 102
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

615-900-1487 (fax)

 

Thank you to all who apply for Camp Freedom 2017

Teresa Nothan                                                   Philip Epstein                                      Sam Doughty             

Office Manager                                         Co-Camp Director                              Co-Camp Director

 


2016

 

FREE ADOBE READER DOWNLOAD, CLICK HERE.

 

CAMPER APPLICATION: Please click here for the CAMPER APPLICATION, and it MUST BE RETURNED BY MAY 15, 2016!

 

 

MEDICAL RELEASE:

Please click here for MEDICAL RELEASE, printable PDF, that MUST be printed out, signed and returned to the THBDF office.

 

LEADERS IN TRAINING:

Please click here for the LEADERS IN TRAINING, printable PDF. This is due by April 30, 2016. Please read carefully and fill out entire form.

 

Staff applications are fillable PDFS that require Adobe Reader to use. The PDFs are designed for Desktop/Laptop Computer use only.  If you have trouble using the save or submit buttons, be sure to use the built in Reader save button to save to your desktop, then attach the filled in app to an email to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

YOU MUST PRINT OUT THE MEDICAL RELEASES, SIGN AND RETURN TO US BY MAIL, FAX, OR IN PERSON AT OUR OFFICE. NO EXCEPTIONS.

THBDF Office location:

1819 Ward Drive
Suite 102
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

615-900-1487 (fax)

 

 

 


 

 

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See what people are saying about Camp Freedom!

 Camp Freedom 2009 wrap up

What Camp Freedom Means to Me
By Ronnie

My name is Ronnie. I was born July 28, 1987 in Memphis, TN. I was diagnosed with severe Hemophilia A at 6 months. I also have a younger brother who has hemophilia and just like today, no one knew what that was growing up. The people around us had a hard time understanding, especially since we were so active when we weren’t having bleeds. When I was 7 years old, we went to our Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) for a check-up. We were told by our nurses and social worker that there was a camp for Hemophiliacs. When my brother and I found out about camp we were excited! Tennessee’s Camp Freedom became a place where I could just be myself and didn’t have to explain myself. I went to camp as a camper until the age of 15 learning about my hemophilia and how to self-infuse. When I was 16, I became a Junior Counselor at Camp Freedom. Since becoming a counselor, I’ve participated in youth leadership initiatives like NHF’s NYLI (National Youth Leadership Initiative), CLOTT (Community Leaders of Tomorrow Today), and other leadership programs provided by the (Tennessee Hemophilia Bleeding Disorders Foundation) THBDF.  In 2008, I won the Todd Hurt Counselor of the Year Award and at THBDF’s Annual Meeting the following year I received the Outstanding Camp Freedom Leadership Award for 2008. As long as I’m able, I will always be at camp and it will always be a part of my life.

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Camp Freedom is fun!
by Caleb

One of the best things I like about Camp Freedom is Gold Rush.  It’s ALL day FUN!

Tim is a great guy & I’m glad he is at camp.  I learned how to give myself my factor. A lot of kids did.  Camp Freedom is the best!  I have always had a blast!!  My friend Korbin is cool.  Mary is fun to be around.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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888-703-3269

Office Hours:

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Monday-Friday

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