Costs and Campership

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Tiered Pricing

Realizing that families have differing abilities to pay for camp, Procter is implementing a tiered pricing system for camps in 2018. Procter will always work with families and churches to provide Campership funds to make camp available to all regardless of financial ability to pay.

This fee structure relies on the honor system, we trust you to make the best choice for your family. Some families might use Tier 3 for a second camp session or additional child to give themselves a discount. The rate your family pays is confidential; all campers receive the same camp experience regardless of which tier you choose.

True Cost: This rate more closely accounts for the TRUE costs of camp. Families who can afford to pay Tier 1 are encouraged to do so. True costs include all direct costs plus deferred maintenance, insurance, utilities, etc.  You help Procter make needed upgrades and continue to grow in the future.

Direct Cost: Direct costs covers our direct program costs, camp staff stipends, food and administrative costs.

Subsidized Rate: This is the historically subsidized rate, and does not reflect the true cost of Procter’s summer operations. The Subsidized rate is available thanks to mission share funds, Friends of Procter, and other Diocesan support. This is very nearly the rate you have always paid.

Campership– For families unable to pay the Subsidized Rate. Procter and the Diocese of Southern Ohio are committed to making camp accessible for all campers, adults and children, regardless of ability to pay. Campership is supported by private donations and Bishop Breidenthal’s plate collection at parish visits. We are proud to have granted over $12,000 in Campership funds in 2017!

Indicate you are requesting Campership during the registration process; you will be prompted to complete an additional form. Campership functions on the honor system, we do not ask for personal financial information. Initially, families are asked to contribute 1/3rd of the camp fees, Procter contributes 1/3rd in Campership and ideally a parish sponsors the camper with the last 1/3rd. The 1/3rd family contribution is negotiable, however each family is required to make some amount of financial investment.

 

Goals for Tiered Pricing and Campership

Accessibility: To work towards making our camp community reflective of all the people in our Diocese, and make a camp experience possible for all families.

Sustainability: To ensure our camp program and facilities are sustainable for generations of campers to come.

Community: At Procter Camp we encourage radical hospitality, function as an intentional community, and practice welcoming each other as if we are welcoming Jesus. We believe we are modeling the way the world could be, where everyone is embraced and valued for their authentic selves, regardless of their socio-economic background.

Deposit and Refund Policy

  • A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due upon registration to reserve your space at camp.
  • Your balance will be due one month prior to the start of your session. You will receive an email reminding you of that date.
  • If you cancel your reservation 2 weeks (14 days) prior to the start of your session, you will receive an 80% refund, less your $100 deposit.
  • If you must cancel your reservation within the two weeks prior to camp you may apply that money to another session or event at Procter within the calendar year only.

Discounts

  • Early Bird Discount – take $30 off your registration if you register by end of day on April 15
  • Multi – Session Discount – take $30 off each registration
  • Bring a Friend Discount – take $30 off each registration, your friend (who has never attended Procter Summer Camp), and yours!

 

Procter Picnic Day

Save April 14th on your calendar for Procter Picnic Day, our camp open house. Bring the family for a cookout at Procter with friends from across the Diocese. You are encouraged to invite a family from church that has never made it to camp, a neighbor or friend. This event is an opportunity for first time campers to see cabins, get comfortable with our staff and property, and mingle with folks who love Procter. Current camper and counselor alumni are especially invited to come share the good news that is camp!