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"You will never find a stronger willed person than the Burn Survivor,
for they have suffered the worst injury to the human body anyone can endure and survived."
- Gary R. Graham





    Louisiana Burn Camp is held in June every year at Camp Alabama in Choudrant, LA. Campers enjoy air-conditioned cabins, pavilion, dining hall, playground, canoeing, swimming pool, and much more. Our camp accepts children ages 5 to 17 who have survived burn injuries. 
  

    The camp is free for all children, including meals and supplies. The camper to adult counselor ratio is 6:1. During the week of camp, we are voluntarily staffed by some of the Burn Care team, doctors, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, teachers, social workers, firefighters, parents of young burn survivors, and adult burn survivors.

   The Louisiana Burn Camp is made possible every year solely through private donations made to the nonprofit Percy R. Johnson Burn Foundation.


    Activities for the campers include but are not limited to: fishing, arts & crafts, swimming, boating, canoeing, volleyball, baseball, basketball, a dance, and much more. All of the activities are supervised by adult counselors.
It costs us approximately $350 per child for the week-long camp. The camp usually has 80-100 campers each year.

   It's healing legacy can only be continued with the ongoing generosity of people like you. Individuals or organizations interested in sponsoring a child or making a contribution can find out more at our Be a Hero page.

Help us, help them. You'll be glad you did! 


Presbytery of the Pines provides Camp Alabama, 33 acres of woods, rolling hills and a lake. Camp Alabama is located between Monroe and Ruston at the intersection of Highways 145 and 821, approximately 4 miles north of Interstate 20 from the Choudrant-Sibley Exit #93.


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The Percy R. Johnson Burn Foundation is a private, not for profit organization, dedicated to assisting burn survivors and their families. Supported projects include the Louisiana Burn Camp. The camp offers young burn survivors in Louisiana a summer camp atmosphere which promotes healing in a supportive community.

You can help. Simply click on Be A Hero.

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