Riley Children's Foundation is focused on funding Camp Riley. Thanks to the generosity of donors, campers' families are asked to pay only a fraction of the total cost of camp.
One-week Session: $400 (Riley Children's Foundation covers $1,600)
Two-week Session: $800 (Riley Children's Foundation covers $1,700)
*A required deposit of $40 will be counted toward your Camper Fee.
Camp Riley is made possible through the financial support of Riley Children’s Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of donors, campers’ families are asked to pay only a fraction of the total cost of camp. Camper fees can be paid in one or multiple installments, with payments completed any time prior to September 1, 2016. Your camper will be ineligible for 2017 camps until the outstanding balance is paid in full.
Cancellations will be accepted after the registration deadline only with a signed note from a physician. No-shows will be held responsible for the Camper Fee.
Lower fees are available on a sliding scale if your household's annual income is below $36,000, and Camper Fees may be waived for households earning less than $16,000 per year.
To request a lower fee, you must submit proof of taxable household income (such as a copy of your federal tax form) with your application. Information will be kept confidential.
Many individuals, businesses and organizations enjoy helping children, and may be interested in helping send your child to Camp Riley. You can start by helping your child write a letter, or customizing this sample fundraising letter.
Including personal camp stories or a photo of your child at camp lets potential donors know how much your child enjoys Camp Riley.
Potential supporters include:
- Family and Friends
- Service organizations, sororities and fraternities
- Businesses (grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, car dealerships, etc.)
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