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2013 Greater Waterbury Campership Program

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Children who live in these towns may be eligible for a scholarship to attend a camp of their choice: Bethlehem, Cheshire, Middlebury, Prospect, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury

Financial eligibility is determined by the following guidelines:

Source: 2012 Federal Poverty Level

Family Size

Household Income is less than:

1 20,665
2 27,991
3 35,317
4 42,643
5 49,969
6 57,295

To apply, visit or contact one of the listed participating camps with proof of household income or SNAP verification. Applications will be available the week of March 25th on a first come basis, as funds become available.

Agency Day Camps Overnight Camps Phone Contact & Website
Boys/Girls Club Fun Club   203.756.8104 Manny Martinez
bgcgwater.org
Boy Scouts   Mattatuck,
Workcoeman
860.913.2700 Chris Moon
ctrivers.org
Cheshire YMCA Sloper   203.272.3150 Mark Pooler
sccymca.org
Easter Seals Youth
Autism
Autism 860.228.9496 Alycia Williams
ct.easterseals.com
Girls Inc. Summer
Camp
  203.756.4639 Miranda Andujar
girlsincswct.org
Girl Scouts of CT Anseox,
Carlson
Candlewood,
Laurel
203.239.2922 Linda Bresky
gsofct.org
Greater Waterbury YMCA Mataucha,
Oakasha,
Summer
Sunshine
  203.754.9622
ext.136
Mike Tedesco, Kristen Coburn
campmataucha.org
campoakasha.org
New London 4-H   4-H Camp 860.886.7476 Amanda Kilton
my4hcamponline.com
Camp
Washington
  Camp Washington 860.567.9623 Diane Atwood
campwashington.org
Waterbury
Youth Services
Kiwanis   203.573.0264 Moira Dwyer
waterburyyouthservices.org
Salvation Army Connri 203.754.7056 Laura Batista
salvationarmyct.org
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