We have a brand new website that you’re about to be redirected to (in 90 seconds), but don’t worry, you’re in the right spot and we’re still the same organization that’s been serving our community for 36 years.

You will likely notice some changes we are excited to share with you. First and foremost, the name of our organization has changed from Camp Ukandu to UKANDU. Working with professional designers, we have created a logo that we believe reflects our empowering mission: to bring joy, hope, and connection to communities impacted by childhood and adolescent cancer.

Over the last four years we have added to our programming and now offer year-round opportunities for our families to connect. Camp Ukandu will remain our flagship program, and as we move into our 36th year, the energy and spirit that surround ‘camp’ will remain at the core of everything we do. With this evolution, our beloved ‘kid in the canoe’ icon has received modest updates. But rest assured, our “Robe of Red” that is central to our camp week will remain unchanged. 

As we continue to grow as an organization, we look to support from our community to guide that growth. We welcome your questions and feedback. If you would like to learn more and engage in this ongoing discussion, please reach out to our Executive Director, Jason Hickox.