Scholarships & Discounts

Jewish camp scholarships can be hard to come by, but here at TheZone, we offer many specials and discounts to make a fun and enriching summer affordable.

Financial Aid

TheZone provides limited financial assistance in the form of need-based Jewish summer camp scholarships. Apply Here. (A camper application must be submitted first)

First Time Camper Grant

If your child has never attended a Jewish sleepaway camp before, you may be eligible for a One Happy Camper grant of up to $1,000 from the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Grants are not based on financial need. Apply Here.

Additional Aid

There are many more scholarships available in different states. Please click on your state for more information.

Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Jewish Silicon Valley
The Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley offers assistance to families living in the Bay Area. The Federation provides need based scholarships to help make camp more accessible and decrease the pinch of the high cost of California living. Click here for more information.
Jewish Free Loan Association
The The Jewish Free Loan Association offers loans to families living in the Greater Los Angeles County or Ventura County. The loans are interest free, no additional fees, and have a manageable repayment plan. Click here for more information.
Jewish New Haven The Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven offers the One Happy Camper as well as need-based scholarships for returning campers. Families must live in the Greater New Haven area. Click here for more information.
Jewish Federation of Broward County
The Jewish Federation of Broward County offers the One Happy Camper Grant as well as need-based financial assistance for Jewish Families residing in Broward County. Click here for more information.

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County services families living in Boynton Beach north through Vero Beach, offering need-based scholarship to attend Jewish overnight camps. Apply here.

Greater Miami Jewish Federation
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation provides need-based assistance for Jewish overnight camps to children living in Miami-Dade County ages 8-17. Click here for more information.

Ruth and Norman Jewish Family Services
Families living within South Palm Beach County, Florida (Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Highland Beach) may be eligible to receive a scholarship toward summer camp. Click here for more information.
Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s Camp Scholarship Program helps families in the greater Atlanta with the cost of camp tuition. Camp scholarships are based on financial need and are awarded by the Camp Scholarship Committee. Click here for more information.
Jewish Federation of Louisville, KY
The Jewish Federation of Louisville, KY offers additional need-based financial aid to Louisville-area residents. Click here for more information.
Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Harold Grinspoon Foundation
The Harold Grinspoon Foundation offers Jewish Families residing in Western Massachusetts funding toward overnight camp. Click here for more information.

Jewish Federation of Berkshires
The Jewish Federation of the Berkshires offers financial assistance to residents of Berkshires County, MA or who live in the surrounding area and are members of a local congregation. Click here for more information.
Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Jewish South Jersey
The Jewish Federation of South Jersey funds scholarships for financially-needy families residing in the area. Click here for more information.

Rocker Family Scholarship Program
The Rocker Family Scholarship Program offers financial aid to need-based campers from the Greater MetroWest NJ Families. Click here for more information.

The Jewish Heart NJ
The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey offers the One Happy Camper Grant as well as need-based scholarships for families struggling to afford summer camp. Click here for more information.
Jewish Federation of Central NY
Families living in Syracuse and Central New York in the 130, 131, and 132 zip code areas are offered need based scholarships. Click here for more information.

Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York
The Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York which includes Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga, and Glen Falls, offers need-based scholarships to residents of the area. Click here for more information.

Jewish Federation of Orange County, NY
The Jewish Federation of Orange County, NY offers partial scholarships for Jewish summer camps to families residing in Orange County. Click here for more information.
Jewish Camp Incentive Grants and Scholarships – Jewish Education Center of Cleveland
The Jewish Family Services Association can help you give your child ages 9-17 a summer to remember. Families must reside in the Greater Cleveland Area. Click here for more information.

Jewish Columbus
The Jewish Federation of Columbus offers the One Happy Camper Grant as well as need based funding for up to an additional 2 years. Click here for more information.

The David and Inez Myers Foundation Camp Leadership Scholarship for Teens
Students entering or in high school who attend a Jewish summer overnight camp may be eligible for funding. Preference will be given to incoming 9th and 10th graders. To be eligible for the scholarship, the student must reside in the Greater Cleveland community. Click here for more information.
Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia awards hundreds of need-based scholarships yearly as well as the One Happy Camper Grant to residents of the Greater Philadelphia area. Click here for more information.

Jewish Federation of Lehigh Valley
The Jewish Federation of Lehigh Valley offers scholarship to teens grades 9-12 residing in the Lehigh Valley area. Click here for more information.
Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee
The Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee realizes the need of building Jewish life and makes the camp finances more affordable to enable campers to attend Jewish summer camps. Click here for more information.

Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
Jewish Children’s Regional Services
Campers living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Texas entering 3rd-12th grade may be eligible for a camp scholarship. Apply here
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle offers scholarships to need-based Jewish families to help them participate in summer camps that strengthen their Jewish identity. This includes the One Happy Camper Grant for first time campers as well as need based scholarships for returning campers. Apply here
Milwaukee Jewish Federation
The Jewish Community Foundation awards scholarships to young people to attend recognized Jewish summer overnight camps and to attend summer programs in Israel, based on financial need. Apply here