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Creating Unforgettable Summers for Kids in Need

Our goal is simple — to provide the Adirondack Camp experience to children who may not otherwise have the opportunity

The Adirondack Camp Scholarship Fund was established in 2004 by Adirondack Camp alumni to be an independent, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting the needs of children who do not have the financial means to attend Adirondack Camp.

The Fund enables children to attend Adirondack Camp and enjoy experiences that may not otherwise be possible. With your support, the Fund’s Board members, all former or current Adirondack campers, staff, or parents, will ensure that the Fund remains a lasting, independent, not-for-profit scholarship entity.

Please take a moment to browse our website, and please consider giving what you can. We hope you will find it in your heart to honor our more than 100 years and give anything you can, affording other, less fortunate children the same wonderful opportunity that you and we were so fortunate to have.

The spirit of the eagle never dies…

After 7 years at Adirondack, it has changed who I am completely. It taught me how to be a leader, be able to be liked for who I am and not someone else, and most of all be a good friend. Without Adirondack Camp, I don’t know who I would be.

Shai G, Camper

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We Believe…

  1. In providing the Adirondack Camp experience to as many children as possible so that the Adirondack Family can continue to grow for generations to come.
  2. That every child, regardless of their financial situation, should have available to them the opportunity for new adventures.
  3. That the children who benefit most from our cause are the those who continue to attend camp year after year and we believe in doing our best to make that a possibility for them.
  4. It is important to remain in touch and up to date with camp Alumni as they are a vital part of keeping our efforts alive and we appreciate their support and effort.
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