Four Seasons Hotel Houston to Host Camp H-Town, July 17-22, 2022

Hotel converts entire floor into urban campground for pediatric cancer patients
July 13, 2022,
Houston, U.S.A.

Four Seasons Hotel Houston will host the fourth annual Camp H-Town July 17-22, 2022.

A summer oncology sleep away camp, Camp H-Town is held at Four Seasons in collaboration with The University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital and provides pediatric cancer patients and their siblings ages 9-12 with a fun and safe camp environment at no financial cost to the campers’ families.

This year’s Camp H-Town theme is “Everyday Hero,” inspired by the heroism of Houston’s incredible first responders. Campers will enjoy activities both at the Hotel and at surrounding city attractions including an afternoon of arcade games at Joystix, a day at Lakewood Yacht Club, an everyday hero carnival at the Houston Fire Department, bowling at Pinstripes, a private performance from magician Ben Jackson, an escape room experience at Escape Hunt, a dinner and dance party at House of Blues, a game show night, talent show, and much more.

“We are so excited to bring Camp H-Town back to Four Seasons, and provide these amazing children with a safe and fun camping environment through the support of our staff, community and volunteers,” says Tom Segesta, General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Houston. “We proudly continue our long-standing and unwavering commitment to raising global awareness and support for cancer research, starting right here in downtown Houston.”

Earlier this year, Four Seasons Hotel Houston hosted the H-Town Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer event featuring creative bites from 16 of Houston’s best restaurants and a silent auction, raising more than USD 83,000 for Camp H-Town.

About Camp H-Town

The mission of Camp H-Town is to bring back the joys of childhood to a unique population of children touched by cancer through an urban camp experience at Four Seasons Hotel Houston. During the camp, the Hotel converts an entire floor into a “campground” with bunk beds and camping gear, in which the campers will stay five nights under the supervision of medical staff from MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital and local volunteers.