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Camp reunites siblings separated in foster care

Camp to Belong welcomes siblings who have been separated by the foster care system, giving them the opportunity to share memories with one another and meet kids who are in similar situations. NBC's Kate Snow reports.

On Monday "Nightly News" profiled a camp that's the first of its kind in the country: Camp to Belong.

By reuniting siblings separated in foster care, brothers and sisters are finally able to experience things most siblings take for granted, like celebrating birthdays together. 

There are about 400,000 children in the U.S. living in foster care and more than half of those with siblings also in the system are separated from at least one of them.

To learn more about Camp to Belong, please visit their website

Lynn Price, the founder of "Camp To Belong" says she created the camp because she was separated from her older sister in foster care and wanted to give other kids the "quality time and the good memories" that she and her sister missed out on.