Tackers is an adventure camp for kids around the world who have had organ transplants.
Children can take part in activities such as skiing, snowboarding, dog sleighing and paragliding.
But as well as having fun, the camp is designed to raise awareness of organ donation and life after having transplants.
Abbey, who has received a heart transplant, recently went skiing and in her report she tells us why the trip has meant so much to her.
"Four years ago I was struck down
with cardiomyopathy, a muscle wasting virus which attacks the heart.
put on the top of the super urgent transplant list for all of Europe.
In April 2002 I was given a heart transplant.
Since then I have been very
healthy and got invited to go on a skiing trip to Switzerland along with
about 60 other children from around the world who had all had transplants.
I got the chance to go skiing, snow shoeing and meet other transplantees for
a whole week.
It meant a lot to me to be able to go on the trip because if I
hadn't got my new heart I wouldn't be here at all.
Some children who have
transplants can't do much sport but luckily for me I can do pretty much
the same amount as a normal teenager.
As I had never been skiing before it
was all new and I spent quite a while falling over before I got the hang of
But the best thing about the camp was meeting loads of new people and hanging out
It was the best week of my whole life!"
Abbey, 13, Leicestershire
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