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Rollin' On TV and Forest River Team Up to Support Care Camps

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Rollin’ On TV and Forest River, Inc. are teaming up with Care Camps, to help children with cancer and their families by raising funds enabling them to experience the healing power of the outdoors through special oncology summer camps.

Rollin’ On TV will first focus on expanding public awareness about Care Camps to the RVing community. Currently, only 25% of RVers surveyed know about the children’s oncology camps and opportunities available to contribute to the cause. To achieve this goal, Rollin’ On TV will use its weekly household reach of over 40-million homes nationwide, along with streaming media and online reach, to bring awareness and educate viewers about Care Camps through a series of public service announcements and informative, educational segments to be produced throughout 2020.

Additionally, Rollin’ On TV will partner with Forest River, one of Care Camps biggest financial supporters, to raffle off a travel trailer. Forest River has generously donated a customized new 2021 No Boundaries, “NO BO” for short, model 16.8 will be raffled off during 2020.

Working with almost a dozen suppliers, this customized ‘SUPER NO BO’ has been transformed into a ‘one-of-a-kind’ showpiece that will stand out anywhere, making the winner of this raffle one proud, happy camper. Tickets go on sale and can be purchased starting April 5.

Care Camps Board President Wade Elliott said, “We are thrilled to have Rollin’ On TV join forces with Forest River and Care Camps to bring more awareness to children with cancer and the healing nature of camping. It is partnerships like these that help us meet the needs of these kids and ensure that every child impacted by cancer has the chance to enjoy fun activities at medically supervised oncology camps across the country at no cost to their families.

At the oncology camps that the Care Camps charity supports, children with cancer and their siblings have the opportunity to forget about the chemo, the radiation, and all the hard stuff, and just be kids. Specially trained medical staff and counselors provide programming to help kids learn to cope with the trauma they experience as a result of a cancer diagnosis and treatment, and kids have the chance to build friendships and make positive memories that will last a lifetime.

We need more partners like Forest River and Rollin’ On TV to join forces with Care Camps and ensure that these kids and their families can receive the support they need to heal.”

To learn more about Care Camps, along with information about the raffle and watch the build of this customized Super NO BO, visit our website at