Colorado is special. Colorado summer camps are special. Having grown up attending camp, then working as camp counselors and later camp directors for more than forty years, we know a little something about just how special a Colorado camp experience can be. Every child should be given an opportunity to attend camp.
Camper diversity is an important part of our mission. We endeavor to improve access to quality summer camp programs for all families. As we strive to create a richly diverse camper population, camper scholarships (camperships) allow us to provide tuition assistance to families who would not otherwise be able to attend camp. Camperships help us serve campers for whom camp may seem like an unattainable luxury.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Your Investment Enriches Lives!
As a parent, you want to be able to provide the best opportunities for your child. Because we believe that a quality summer camp experience ought to be an integral part of a child's education, it should be accessible to all families. It must be accessible to all families. Unfortunately, many children miss out on the camp experience because their families simply cannot afford it.
Colorado-Summer-Camps.com is a division of VOYAGES, a 501c3 nonprofit educational charity.
VOYAGES is Viable
Together we are
Changing the World
(You may also mail your check to VOYAGES at PO Box 772128, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477)
Please contact us if you would like to discuss options for financial assistance to support your child's camp experience.
Our ability to change lives depends in large part on the generous support of friends like you who believe in the camp experience. Your gift to our Campership Fund makes this possible, ensuring that campers from the widest range of backgrounds can attend camp. Please join us as we continue this exciting journey, helping to make it a better world through quality summer camp experiences. Please consider what you are able to contribute, and thank you for your support.
"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean."