|Gold Arrow Camp||Nov 15|
|Kennolyn Overnight Camp||Feb 15||contact for availability|
|Kennolyn Day Camp||April 15|
|Via West, Harmon & Krem Camps||contact these camps directly|
Each year we receive more applications than we have camperships to award. Please be aware that if you are applying for multiple children in your family, and we are able to award a campership to one of them, we do not guarantee camperships for the other(s). In addition, we do not guarantee that if you’ve been awarded a campership in a previous year that you will be awarded one again. Finally, all information on availability of camp sessions is at the sole discretion of the camp to which you are awarded the campership.
If there are only certain sessions that work for your schedule, please check with the camp to inquire about availability before you apply. Campers must enroll separately with the participating camp and the camperships are paid directly to the camp.
To apply for a campership:
1. Complete and submit the appropriate online Campership Application Form (you will be using Submittable which requires you to create an account):
It is the applicant’s responsibility to check your Submittable account to ensure all items are received by the deadline. We are a 100% volunteer run organization. We do not have an office or any administrative staff.
The Max and Marion Caldwell Foundation camperships are a cooperative effort between the Foundation, the participating camps and the camper’s family. The Foundation believes that by asking the family to participate financially, each partner is investing in the future of the selected camper.
All camperships require the family to pay a portion of the tuition.
Aunt Marion Campership & Uncle Max Campership
In honor of Kenolyn’s founders and funded through generous donations from Kennolyn’s families.
Kirkwood Family Campership
Our first endowed family campership which has now grown to two camperships a summer
Pat & Jack Veatch Family Campership
Endowed campership for children of a Kennolyn alumni (campers or staff). Pat was first a camper in 1948 and now sends her grandchildren.
Bart Verheijen’s Campership
Bart started off as a camper at the age of 7 – from the Netherlands! In his final summer on staff, he donated his paycheck to the foundation in hopes of giving a child the same life-altering experience he had at Kennolyn. It was such a ful-filling experience that once gainfully-employed, he decided to endow his own campership!
Bella and Ilya Fishman Campership
Endowed campership in memory of Vicki Maroulis’ parents who loved the outdoors and whose grandchildren learned to appreciate nature through their time as campers at Kennolyn
Jeanette LeFevre 10 for 10 Campership
Created by Jeanette to celebrate her 10 years as a Kennolyn Camper by giving 10 campers the opportunity of camp, one camper each year for 10 years
Chelsea Corey Campership
Chelsea was a camper and counselor at Kennolyn. Each year her fellow staff members run marathons and other activities to raise funds to sponsor a campers to attend camp in Chelsea’s memory.
Connie Wadsworth Campership
In honor of the Foundation’s past president and her dedication to sending kids to camp
Camper Store Account Campership
Funded by Kennolyn Campers’ donated store account balances
GOLD ARROW CAMP:
These camperships are funded through donations from Gold Arrow alumni and camp families. These camperships are named in honor of Manny Vezie, Gold Arrow’s founder.
NON-PROFIT CAMP SPONSORSHIP:
This campership is sponsored by an endowment funded by the Caldwell Family.
serving children with special needs.
These camperships are sponsored by an endowment funded by Kennolyn Camps.
These camperships are sponsored by Gold Arrow Camp and its alumni.