The Aloha Foundation provides full and partial tuition aid to families who require financial assistance to meet the cost of a 7-week or 3½-week enrollment for a child at Aloha, Aloha Hive or Lanakila.

“Campership” support is extended to families who demonstrate financial need based on financial information submitted in conjunction with a request for tuition assistance. In addition, a camper who receives aid should meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Enhance the social diversity of the camp community, and/or
  • Increase the population of campers from local towns and Vermont/New Hampshire, and/or
  • Extend the camp participation of an alumni family.

Campership Application Procedures

The first step is to submit a camp application online and check the box requesting campership aid. Then, the campership paperwork can be emailed to you. You may submit your camp application without payment if you would like.

Returning campership recipients  should submit their applications as early in the enrollment season as possible.

Prospective new campers will be considered for campership aid beginning November 1 for the following summer, but are encouraged to have the paperwork completed prior to November 1 if possible.

After November 1, applicants are considered on a rolling basis, as space and funding allows.

For more information about the campership process, please contact Karen Danforth.


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