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Roar is a music festival with a whole lot of heart. Imagine everything you love about a night around a campfire: cozy blankets, Muskoka chairs, your friends laughing by your side, the stars shining overhead, and six of your newest favourite bands playing nearby.

Why is Roar happening?

Roar will raise money for Camp OOCH, an inspiring camp in Muskoka where kids with cancer can spend two weeks of their summer. Along with a sleep-away camp, where kids affected by cancer can make great friends, experience the joys of outdoor activities, and gain confidence and strength, Camp OOCH offers family programs in Toronto, family camping weekends away from the city, and teen leadership programs that even include a hiking expedition on Georgian Bay’s Bruce Trail. Camp OOCH has been running for more than 30 years, and it’s the only camp of its kind in Ontario. With your help, here at Roar we can do our part to give OOCH another 30 years.


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About Camp Oochigeas

Camp Oochigeas (Ooch) provides children with and affected by childhood cancer with what they need most – the chance to be kids. Ooch is the only overnight camp in Ontario to offer on-site IV chemotherapy and blood transfusions providing access to campers in active treatment the friendship and fun of Camp. Operating year-round, Ooch offers programs at overnight camp in Muskoka, at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), various other paediatric hospitals, regional cancer centres and at Ooch Downtown in the heart of Toronto. As a registered charity, Ooch relies exclusively on the generous support of fundraisers, individual and corporate donors like you.

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