and Housing Company Ltd.
acting in the interest of New Brunswick Children and Seniors
Charities & Housing Company Ltd.
P.O. Box 6442 Saint John, N.B. E2L 4R8
Charities and Housing Company Ltd., made its first contribution to
a Camp Goodtime in 1989. The Canadian Cancer Society was hosting a
camp for Maritime children living with cancer in Yarmouth Nova Scotia.
By 1991 contributions had increased and consideration was given to
operating a New Brunswick Camp Goodtime, meeting the needs of children
living with cancer in this province.
The first New Brunswick
Camps, were held at the YM/YWCA Camp Glenburn on the Belleisle in Kings
County. In 1998 the week long camp was relocated to Camp Rotary on Grand
Lake. A camp that is specifically designed for those children with specialized
needs. A full range of camp activities with qualified counsellors, and
Canadian Cancer Society
medical team of oncology nurses and physicians.
Camp Goodtime is
a camping experience suitable to the needs of children between the ages
of 7-13, with a history of cancer.
The children referred
to the Cancer Society by their physician come to the camp for a week
long schedule of activities, geared to their capabilities. Without regard
to their families financial circumstances.
the first Camp Goodtime, New Brunswick Masons have contributed over
$100,000.00 to fund this project covering the rental of camp facilities
and total registration fees.
The Masons of New
Brunswick and children of Camp Goodtime and the Deaf Blind Rubella Camp
thank you for your generosity and support. NB Masonic Charities & Housing
Company Ltd. is a public foundation and registered charity since 1987.
Deaf Blind Rubella Camp
to New Brunswick Mason Charities and Housing Company Ltd.
to NB Masonic Family Main Page
Questions or comments: Bro.
William (Bill) Millett
in New Brunswick