Dates and Rates
Summer 2022 Dates
|Full Summer||July 5 – August 15||6 Weeks|
|Session A||July 5 – July 19||2 Weeks|
|Session B||July 19 – August 15||4 Weeks|
BMD Bar Mitzvah Division
Campers entering 4th to 7th grades
Campers entering 8th and 9th grade will join our exciting BMD program!
Our teens program is for campers entering 10th to 12th grade, with a special emphasis on team building and additional trips and programming!
2022 Tiered Pricing Structure
If you wish to take advantage of our early bird discount of $200 you must register before 12/31/2021.
Knowing that families have differing abilities to pay, Camp L’man Achai has instituted a voluntary 4-tier pricing program. You may choose the tier that is most suitable for your family. It is really an honor system; you tell us what is affordable to you. Please take a moment to look at the following tier descriptions and choose the tier that is most suitable for your family. All children will have the same Camp L’man Achai experience no matter what you pay. The tier selected by a family will be kept confidential.
|Session A – 2 Weeks||Session B – 4 Weeks|| Full Summer – 6 Weeks|
- Tier 1 is based on the full cost of campers participation in the selected session.
- Tier 2 is a partially subsidized rate of 10%.
- Tier 3 is a subsidized rate of 20% for families whose children would not be able to attend camp otherwise. If you cannot afford either of the higher rates, please pay this amount.
- Tier 4 is a variable rate for families whose financial assistance needs is greater than the subsidized rates above. We provide more significant financial assistance to families that demonstrate need through our Camp Scholarship Program. If you need additional assistance, please mark this option during the enrollment process.
Early bird discount: An additional $200 discount appears in cart (through 12/31/2021)
Sibling Discount: $100 off / per session, per child, appears in cart
Referal Discount: Refer a Friend who is new to Camp L’man Achai and receive 20% off your childs camp fee.
One Happy Camper Grant
Camp L’man Achai is proud to be a member of the One Happy Camper grant program. Qualifying campers will be eligible for a grant of $700 towards a 2 week session and $1,000 towards a 3 week or longer session.
(Note: Applicants for a One Happy Camper grant who live in certain geographic areas or are PJ Library participants are eligible for a grant of $1,000.) More Info
Camp L’man Achai Scholarships & Other Financial Aid Our Camp Scholarship program provides assistance to families that are unable to pay the full tuition. The amount awarded is determined on the basis of need and the availability of funds. Please note that CLAs’ Camp Scholarship will not be considered without the deposit, which is fully refundable if CLA is unable to provide sufficient aid to facilitate attendance. If the deposit itself creates an obstacle, please call us at 718-436-8255 to discuss. To apply for aid, please follow these easy steps:
- Register for camp by completing the Enrolment Application
- Check the box requesting the Camp Scholarship Application during the enrollment process
- Pay the $300 deposit.
We ask for your support in our vision of making Camp L’man Achai accessible to all by donating to our scholarship fund. Each donation provides meaningful support for our goal of providing every Jewish tween with a Jewish camping experience.
We encourage you to check with your synagogue, Jewish Federation, or other local agencies that might provide assistance to help make camp more affordable.
Most scholarships and grants require you to first register for a session at Camp Lman Achai.
Members of the PJ Library who are residents of Washington, DC, Philadelphia, PA, or the state of Massachusetts, may be eligible for further incentive grants.
Please see the section above describing the One Happy Camper grants, and call us for more information.
Many local Jewish federations offer scholarship programs for Jewish camps. To find a Jewish Federation near you, click here.
Browse the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s online directory of needs-based scholarship at www.JewishCamp.org.