Payment for medication, procedures and necessary equipment is not always 100% covered by insurance companies. As families try to cope with short-term or even years of out-of-pocket medical expenses and everyday living costs, Cameron’s Crusaders provides supplemental coverage.

 

Cameron’s Crusaders hosts multiple fundraising events throughout the year in order to continuously have on hand items such as gas cards, gift cards to local grocery stores, eateries or hospital cafes. We also make payments to vendors, ie: parking, utility, mortgage, insurance, overnight lodging, and auto repair. Additionally, we purchase special equipment needed by specific patients.

More than 30,000 children die every day around the world from treatable diseases. We’re on a crusade to support and care for families with children who are fighting  pediatric cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

  • Volunteers Needed at Gillette Stadium

    gillette-stadium-logo   Cameron’s Crusaders has sent an application to Gillette Stadium for their nonprofit fundraising program and we are looking for volunteers to sign up and help us out.

    Learn More & Attend

  • Cameron’s Crusaders @ the Dunk Tank

    When: June 17, 6-8pm

    Where: Coolidge Park, Fitchburg MA.

    FSHL has partnered with Mark Fanelli’s Amusement which will be having a carnival at the fields off of the Townsend/Pearl St entrance of Coolidge Park. Part of the proceeds will be used to fund the purchase of a plastic playing surface known as decking for all three rinks at FSHL.

    Join us at the dunk tank! We’ll be raising funds for Cameron’s Crusaders while you do your best to knock us into the water! We’ll be at the Fanelli Carnival on Friday night only, from 6 pm to 8 pm.

  • April 29 – Italian Dinner Dance to Benefit Maddie

    Join us on April 29  at 6pm for an Italian dinner and dancing to the Whitney Doucet Band at the Leominster Knights of Columbus. Learn More & Attend

Why We Do What We Do

Recently when I was talking to someone about Cameron’s Crusaders I was asked, “How do you continue to help sick kids?  Isn’t it sad seeing them sick all of the time?” More