Camp Wieser


The Me-One Foundation is singular in its focus. We are all about providing the perfect place for adult cancer patients to disconnect from their diagnosis and recharge their relationships.

Camp Wieser (formerly Camp Challenge) is not about roughing it. It’s about being completely cared for in an inspiring natural setting, and leaving behind the stressful routine of doctor visits and treatments. Guests enjoy comfortable, hotel-style housing with private bathrooms for each family. Hearty, healthy, buffet-style meals are prepared on-site.

Campers and their families participate in a range of activities including games and sports; dancing; singing; skits; arts and crafts; and fireside chats. An on-site spa provides pampering in many forms such as massages, manicures, pedicures and hair styling – to name a few.

The entire camp experience is captured by professional photographers so that campers can reflect on their retreat experience.

After a visit to Camp Challenge, patients and their guests re-enter their daily lives rested and ready to continue the fight.

Please contact the Me-One Foundation staff at with any questions.

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Location of Camp Wieser

Camper Testimonials

Karri GrantThe love and support of the Me-One Foundation transcends beyond Camp; it continues to touch the lives of the families throughout their “journey”. This is a Foundation who’s   mission is to provide cancer patients with a retreat from their struggles, allowing them to reconnect with their families, enjoy their lives and build hope. Having been a recipient family during my breast cancer diagnosis in 2009 and experienced the support, friendship and bond, I felt the need to give back to not only the Foundation, but future families. The Me-One Family will always be a part of my family.

Karri Grant


15826879246_824b34a777_zWords are not able to convey the power, magnitude, healing, and positive impact that the Me-One Foundation Camp had on me and my family. I felt so loved, valued, and appreciated on every level because they literally thought of everything. There was such an outpouring of love, compassion, generosity, empathy, encouragement, and inspiration that flowed throughout the entire event. It was and is one of the most memorable experiences of my life and my family’s life and I am forever grateful for the pleasure and privilege of being one of their campers. Cancer-Zero, Me-One, I went to camp and had some FUN! 🙂

Me-One Blessed Camper,
Midori Dunn

No words could explain how relaxed and rested we felt after a weekend at Camp 2013
-Garcia, Caetano Family, Lodi

Me-One’s 2013 Camp provided my family and I with an amazing fun-filled weekend away from cancer doctors, treatments and worries!  Our every want and need was met with love, affection and attention by Me-One’s staff.  We also got to laugh and play and temporarily set aside all our cancer-related worries.  It was an absolutely unforgettable experience and I highly recommend it to anyone battling cancer.  You deserve it!
-Goodling Family – Rocklin

“Camp took me and my family away from the day to day circumstances surrounding my cancer treatment. I can honestly say that I didn’t think about it for the majority of the weekend. It allowed me to meet and engage with other survivors and their families about their experiences. It was just an amazing experience that I wish anyone battling cancer could participate in.” -2015 Camper

“The camp gave us an escape from our real life which we really needed. We were able to connect with families that could understand our circumstances and we got to experience activities that we could never get an opportunity to do at home. We are truly grateful for this experience.” -2015 Camper

“This was the greatest experience ever. I felt the welcome from the moment I got there until the moment I left. Thank You Me-On Foundation Camp 2015 for taking your time for us. I had two of the best Camp Coordinator’s, Deb and Payton. Thank You for making me feel like Queen for a Day, you our both are awesome. ~ Hugs.”-2015 Camper Teri Almendarez