Announced by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. during his annual “State of the Borough” address on February 21, 2019, “Camp Junior” opened at Harriman State Park in the summer of 2019. This new camp was created in memory of Lesandro “Junior” Guzmán-Feliz, a 15-year-old who was murdered at the hands of gang members, a tragedy that galvanized the city and spawned the “Justice for Junior” campaign.

“Camp Junior” is administered by The Fresh Air Fund and has the full support of Lesandro’s parents, Leandra Feliz and Lisandro Guzman.

Fresh Air Summer Spaces

The Fresh Air Fund is launching neighborhood based outdoor play spaces to provide children ages 5-13 with supervised, safe and fun activities including arts and crafts, sports, yoga, dance parties and more!

View the flyer for information about Bronx locations and click here to sign up your child.

Fresh Air Everywhere

The virtual camp program Fresh Air Everywhere is for children ages 7-13. It focuses on fun, hands-on, supervised, interactive activities that encourage creativity and exploration. Many activities will bring the “outside” inside and help campers learn about and connect to the outdoors. Click here for more information and to sign your child up.

Information on supporting Camp Junior

Please note that your donation to The Fresh Air Fund will not grant you any special access to city business, to New York City officials including The Office of The Bronx Borough President, or any preferential treatment.