Parker's Place is a camp for children and their families who have lost a child to chronic illness or tragedy.  The camp honors the legacy of Parker Brown, a courageous little boy who lost his 6 year battle with cancer in 2009 -- leaving behind 2 brothers (Dylon and Dakota) and 2 loving parents. 

In their own deep grief, Parker’s family decided to create a place for other families who have experienced such a loss -- to share their experience, find strength, renew their hope and connect with each other.

Parker’s Place gives families a place to unite, meet other families facing similar challenges and receive important resources to support them.  The aftermath of losing a child is a lifelong journey. Nurturing the surviving kids and their parents helps strengthen their bond and learn as a family to grieve in the healthiest way possible.

Parker’s Place takes place July 22nd-24th at Camp Lutherhaven in Coeur d’ Alene.  A Friday through Sunday retreat weekend, families stay in their own cabins and join with other families for meals, camp activities and programs.

Discounted cost to qualifying families:  $25 per person and $25 per family the first year

Email and reserve your space today!

For More information on Parker's story visit www.caringbridge.org/visit/parkerbrown