Feel the Magic – helping kids deal with grief

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Feel the Magic provides grief education and support to bereaved children and their families. They hope to help alleviate the pain and isolation felt by the death of a loved one including siblings of children and young people who have died of cancer.

Their biggest program is Camp Magic – Australia’s largest and leading grief education and support program for bereaved children and teenagers between the ages of 7-17.

Camp Magic is held over a three-day weekend during the NSW school holidays. Currently there are four camps held each year in the months of April, July, October and December. It is supported and staffed by trained volunteers.

Please note: It is not exclusively for oncology families, but for families experiencing all kinds of grief.

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