Camperships

We strive to provide every child with the opportunity to experience Camp Be’chol Lashon. Below you will find information about several camp scholarship opportunities.

National Camperships

The goal of One Happy Camper” is to incentivize participation in Jewish camps. Eligibility criteria varies from community to community.

Click here to see if your community offers a One Happy Camper program.

PJ Library offers camperships to offset camp tuition for PJ Library participants, siblings, and alumni.

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Regional/Local Camperships

The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco provides need-based and need-blind camperships  in the Federation’s service area to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Click here for more info.

The Jewish Federation of the East Bay provides needs-based financial assistance for Jewish children from the East Bay (Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano and Napa Counties) to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Deadline: March 2, 2020

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JFSC supports youth as well as families, who want their children to benefit from Jewish experiences. To learn more about funds available for summer experiences for Jewish youth, click here or contact Michelle Lamphere, Financial Aid Center Director for JFCS, at 415-449-1226.

Jewish Free Loan provides interest-free, fee-free loans for Jewish summer camp. Families must live in LA or Ventura Counties.

Click here for more info.

Your local Jewish organizations, such as synagogues and Federations, may provide needs-based camperships for Jewish children to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp. Please reach out to them directly to inquire about opportunities.

Family Camperships

The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco provides need-based and need-blind camperships  in the Federation’s service area to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Click here for more info.

The Jewish Federation of the East Bay provides needs-based financial assistance for Single Parent Jewish Families from the East Bay (Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano and Napa Counties) to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Deadline: March 16, 2020

More info

JFSC supports youth as well as families, who want their children to benefit from Jewish experiences. To learn more about funds available for summer experiences for Jewish youth, click here or contact Michelle Lamphere, Financial Aid Center Director for JFCS, at 415-449-1226.

Dates

Session 1: July 19 – July 26, 2020

Session 2: July 26 – August 2, 2020

Early-bird* Rates

Single Session: $1,500 $1,350

Double Session: $3,000 $2,700

*Enjoy a 10% early-bird discount through February 1

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