Welcome to Camp Casey!

Camp Casey is a 501c3 nonprofit horseback riding program for children with cancer and their families located in Michigan. Through generous donations and compassionate volunteers, Camp Casey has spread the healing power of horses for over a decade.

Camp Casey has been featured on NBC’s TODAY Show, written about nationally in the Huffington Post, Horse Illustrated, Chronicle of the Horse and has received recognition in countless Michigan publications. Camp Casey supports children with cancer, sickle cell anemia, and/or aplastic anemia and their families through three unique programs.

Camp Casey’s Horsey House Calls

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Camp Casey’s Cowboy Camp Outs

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Camp Casey’s Outlaw Outings

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Casey’s Legacy

Casey Foote was not much different from other 10-year-old girls.  She loved the outdoors, had an active imagination and adored animals. Unlike most children, though, Casey was battling bone and brain cancer and died just after her 12th birthday.

Casey would have loved for other children and their families to experience the joy that horses once gave her. We are proud to keep Casey’s legacy alive and enable children, like Casey, to apply the strength gained from our  program to their fight against cancer.

Donations

With a donation to Camp Casey, you can help bring smiles to Michigan families whose lives have been turned upside down because of illness.

Additionally, you can honor or commemorate a loved one by making a dedicated contribution and give a gift that will make lasting memories for deserving children and their families.