Need-Based Financial Aid For Camp

Steve & Kate’s Camp, LLC is offering limited need-based financial aid to qualifying families based on verification of current income. The income levels necessary for qualification are different by location, due to the variance in cost of living and housing. You can see application details for each location below. PLEASE NOTE that applications are reviewed and approved on a weekly basis.

For 2021, due to COVID-19 operating requirements, we are requesting that families only attend Camp if they plan to commit to a full week, as we are not able to support our usual 'drop-in' style of attendance. Once you have been approved for Financial Aid, we will send you the link to reserve your weeks at Camp (if you have not already done so). Financial Aid Day Passes are awarded for use during Summer 2021 only, are not transferable, and cannot be sold. Any unused Financial Aid Day Passes will be refunded automatically in September.

We take applications and grant financial aid on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be aware that we do sometimes close registration entirely at a site, and your financial aid cannot be applied to any location where registration has already been closed at the time your financial aid application is approved. Additionally, acceptance into the Summer 2021 financial aid program does not guarantee future financial aid acceptance.

Summer Financial Aid Fees

Please select your location from the dropdown below to see Summer 2020 Financial Aid options and fees.

Day Pass: Select your location for prices.

Summer Pass: Select your location for prices.

2020 Income Limits

California (except Santa Rosa), Washington DC, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, Virginia, and Washington

Families of 2 earning $85,000 annually
Families of 3 earning $95,000 annually
Families of 4 earning $105,000 annually
Families of 5 earning $115,000 annually

Colorado and Santa Rosa, CA
Families of 2 earning $80,000 annually
Families of 3 earning $90,000 annually
Families of 4 earning $95,000 annually
Families of 5 earning $100,000 annually

New York
Families of 2 earning $95,000 annually
Families of 3 earning $105,000 annually
Families of 4 earning $115,000 annually
Families of 5 earning $125,000 annually