Financial Assistance

We want every family to be able to send their child to Camp Woolman without price being a deterrent. There are a few ways to make camp affordable:


  1. Early Bird Discount: Register by February 14 for $50 off each camper
  2. Family Discount: Register more than one child per family and receive a $50 discount per child
  3. Bring a Friend: Refer a new camper to Camp Woolman and both you and your friend will get a $50 discount. To apply for the Bring a Friend Discount, please email us with both camper's names at

Work Trade:  Work trades give a $350 credit to the camper of your choice per week of full time work at Camp, usually in the kitchen. Room and Board are provided on campus, as well as the opportunity to be fully immersed in our camp community. Please apply for a work trade by filling out the Kitchen Volunteer Application or for more information email

Camperships: If, after considering work trades and discounts, you still find the camp fees beyond your means, you may apply for a camp scholarship, or "campership." Our Camp Director will work with you to find a campership and tuition you can afford, hopefully with little work on your part.  This will reduce the overall cost of tuition. Families that use EBT or free lunches automatically qualify for full camperhips. Otherwise we use these criteria based on your 2018 annual income. To receive a campership you must send documentation of qualifying for EBT or free lunches, or your 2018 1040 tax form. If you have any questions or difficulty retrieving these documents please let us know, we try to make this process as simple as we can!

# of people in Household

Full Tuition covered

75% of Tuition covered

50% of Tuition covered

25% of Tuition covered

10% of Tuition covered 


Household Income: $25,678

Household Income: $38,516

Household Income: $51,355

Household Income: $64,194

Household Income: $77,033