Shadowing a counselor who is also an AngelRide volunteer, this Boston Globe author beautifully shares the camp’s impact.
September 3, 2019

Shadowing a counselor who is also an AngelRide volunteer, this Boston Globe author beautifully shares the camp’s impact.

Respite and Rebirth, A Summer Camp Story, seen on the front page of the August 11, 2019 Boston Sunday Globe, brings the reader to The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp. The little girl stands in a clearing in the woods, her chin tucked to her chest, her gaze cast down on the sun-dappled forest …

Tammy Torres: AngelRider and Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp Counselor!
September 1, 2019

Tammy Torres: AngelRider and Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp Counselor!

Being able to volunteer as a counselor for the burn camp that had given me so much as a kid was an amazing experience. The confidence I have is in large part due to the experience I had at camp. So this year, I am participating in AngelRide to benefit the Arthur C. Luf Children’s …

April 12, 2016

From Camper to AngelRider: Pay it Forward With Me

By Gerald Payfer About 25 years ago I was diagnosed with cancer. To an 8-year-old child, it initially meant little more than feeling very ill. However, the look from my parents told volumes. None of us knew we were about to embark on a roller coaster ride journey that has no certain end. From the …

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June 26, 2015

Kenny Osborn: AngelRide 2015

By Kenny Osborn In 1988, 250 campers, over the course of a summer, came to experience a different kind of healing. 250. Strangers. Patients. Perhaps away from home for the first time, except for hospital visits that had become frequent enough that they could be called “normal.” 250 who knew discomfort, insecurity, and uncertainty better …

May 18, 2015

True Colors

By Lizzie Parsons This is a poem by former Camper Lizzie Parsons, who is celebrating her 10th year cancer free. Her whole family has participated in AngelRide from the very start, well before anyone imagined cancer arriving into their lives. When I was diagnosed with cancer, The bottom fell out of my world. I stared …

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