Sponsored by the Great Lakes Division and YMCA Toledo Chapter, forty children from fourteen countries attended World Oncology Camp in Jackson, Michigan from June 16-28. Held triennially since 1993, the event is the world’s only international summer camp for cancer survivors. This year, children and medical chaperones from Belarus, Chile, Costa Rica, Egypt, Ghana, India, Israel, Jordan, Mexico, North Cyprus, Northern Ireland, South Korea, Spain, and the United States engaged in team sports, swimming, sailing, archery, riflery, horseback riding, rock wall and rope climbing, arts and crafts, and cultural exchanges. World Oncology Camp affords pediatric cancer survivors a unique opportunity for self-discovery; sharing the challenges, joys, and camaraderie of the summer camp experience. During the second week of their visits, international campers and their chaperones spent a week in the homes of Society volunteers and their families, sharing their respective cultures and battles with cancer. Medical professionals from participating countries visited the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center and C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, consulting with some of the nation’s leading pediatric hematology/oncology clinicians and researchers. Participants also exchanged information with representatives from the Palliative Care Service at Sparrow Health System, Gilda’s Club Worldwide, and the National Marrow Donor Program, further enhancing cancer control capacity in their respective home countries.