A fun and safe place for grieving children.

"Give back to your community for it to get better"

When you go to a Virginia camp, you’re likely to find floater extraordinaire Dave Bruster. Get to know him in our quick Q&A!                                                     

How did you first hear about Comfort Zone Camp?    
When our daughter passed away she had an 8-year-old daughter who was living with us. We heard of Comfort Zone from one of the guidance counselors at her elementary school.  


What’s your favorite part about a camp weekend?  
I would have to say the Friday night Ice Breakers.  You watch the youth go from being timid and shy to letting their hair down and being themselves. A close second would have to be Sunday Memorial Service where you see the changes the weekend has made.


Why should someone sign up to be a volunteer at Comfort Zone?  
My feeling has always been you have to give back to your community for it to get better. What better could that be than to help a young person who has had such a terrible thing happen in their life learn there are others in the same boat that they are in and that it will get better.


They are going to have to work, too, for it to get better, but with the coping skills learned at Comfort Zone it will happen. What better way is there to spend a weekend than helping make this happen?

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