Our goal is to make camp affordable for everyone
We believe so much in the transformative power or camp that we are committed to ensuring that no child is denied a summer experience at Camp Newman because of financial need. We’re here to help! We will work with you to find every discount, scholarship and grant you qualify for to make camp a possibility for your family.
Our registrar, Kim Press, is standing by to answer all of your questions and to make the application process easy and confidential: email@example.com or call 415-991-0259.
Step 1: Register for Camp!
If you plan to send your child to Camp Newman, register them as soon as possible! Don’t wait until you hear about scholarships as sessions are already filling up and waitlists have started for Summer 2022. In order to access the Camp Newman Campership Application you must register and pay a deposit.
Step 2: Apply for a 1st Time Camper Incentive
First-time camper families may qualify for up to $1,000 off! If your child will be attending Jewish overnight camp for the first time, you may be eligible to receive a first-time incentive grant from the Foundation for Jewish Camp and/or Camp Newman! Incentives are available nationwide, with various conditions and amounts.
Please contact our Registrar, Kim Press (firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-991-0259) to see if you are eligible. If so, she will provide you with details on how to apply. Or you can apply directly by visiting this page.
Step 3: Determine What you Can afford & Begin payments
We expect families to help contribute for camp as a demonstration of your commitment to the camp experience. Make plans to pay what you can afford, and begin making regular payments as soon as you can.
Step 4: Apply to All Available local community sources
Did you know that most congregations have scholarship and discretionary funds available to help send children to Camp Newman? Contact your Rabbi, Cantor, Educator, and/or Congregational President. They will inform you of the congregation’s application requirements.
Many community-based Jewish organizations also have camp scholarship programs. Contact your local or regional Jewish Federation, or other Jewish family-servicing organization to find out about availability.
If you do not belong to a synagogue or live in a Jewish community that does not provide scholarships for summer camp, please contact Kim Press at 415-991-0259 or email@example.com.
Step 5: Reach out to family and friends
Be willing to ask! Every member of a child’s support network – grandparents, aunts & uncles, close family friends – stands to benefit when a child has a transformative experience at camp. That is why they are often so willing to support a child in their family attending camp.
Step 6: Submit Camp Newman Scholarship Application
After you have exhausted all available financial resources above, families who still need additional funding can complete a Camp Newman Campership Application – which asks for contact and financial information, and a report on how you did in acquiring scholarship dollars from others. Applications are due no later than March 1. Families will be notified of scholarships by April 1.
Please don’t hesitate to contact our Registrar, Kim Press – 415-991-0259 or firstname.lastname@example.org – who can answer questions and walk you through the application process!
Thank you to our incredible donors!
JCF Overnight Camp Scholarship Fund • Stuart Brotman Memorial Campership Fund for Children with Special Needs •
Bernard Hurwitz and Ethel Adler Hurwitz Summer Camperships Fund of The Jewish Community Foundation •
Rabbi Joseph Gitin Memorial Scholarship Fund for Interfaith Families