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Summer Day Camp Brochure (Includes detailed descriptions of all camp programs and prices.)
At the Foglia YMCA's Summer Day Camp, we have themes and activities planned that will make the entire summer exciting and entertaining. Some of our favorite weeks include Olympic Week, Foglia Idol Week, and more! We off partial and full-day Specialty Camps in addition to our regular summer camp, which range from sports to water parks and field trips to downtown Chicago.
For pricing or billing, please contact Therese Abboud at 847.410.5403 or email@example.com
For Day Camp in general, please contact Sarah Sidell at 847.410.5393 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Youth Sports Specialty Camps, please contact Eric Palmblad at 847.410.5376 or email@example.com
We offer a variety of camps to meet your child's individual interests and needs. Please refer to the camp program guide for descriptions of activities, dates, and fees.
Day Camp activities run 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Extended care hours run 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m.
|5||July 1-5 * No camp on July 4|
|9||July 29-August 2|
All camps must be paid in full by the Wednesday before the week your camper is to attend ($25 cancellation fee, $15 switching/late registration fee).
Registration: Opens Wednesday, January 2, 2019 for members and Monday, January 14 for non-members
Registration Form & Fees: download here
Wednesday, January 30, March 20, April 24, and May 15. Held in our Multi Purpose Room from 7-8 p.m.
This is your opportunity to meet the Youth Development Director and hear an overview of what camp is like here at the Foglia YMCA. Please join us for a brief presentation, followed by an open question-and-answer period.
|Day Camp Brochure||Day Camp Parent Handbook|
|Day Camp Registration Packet|
|Day Camp Draft Form|
All campers must be registered and paid in full by the Wednesday prior to attending their week of camp. A $25 non-refundable deposit is required for each week of camp.
Forms available at our Member Service Desk along with local offices. Action for Children (AFC) is a child-care financial assistance program provided by the Illinois Department of Human Services for low-income, working families. If you are a new applicant, you are required to meet with a designated YMCA staff member before registering for camp. You may pick up applications, re-determination forms and change-of-provider forms at the YMCA. DHS Child care subsidy can take up to two months to give approval; you must plan accordingly in order to have approval before the first week of camp. Please turn in all paperwork by April 1, 2019 in order to have approval. For more information please contact Therese Abboud at 847.410.5403 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the goal of the YMCA to provide education, social and physical development services to people regardless of their ability to pay. Waiver or reduction of fees is available, subject to facility and program capacity and demonstrated need, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental handicap. Scholarship applications will be accepted through May 15 and will be reviewed after that date. Scholarships are only available to Family Memberships.
We require all families in need of financial assistance to first request funding from Action for Children (AFC). If a family is denied AFC funding, they are then able to apply for the financial assistance scholarship that the YMCA offers. Applications are available at the YMCA and online. Applicants are required to bring AFC denial letter and submit it with scholarship application or they will not be considered for the financial assistance program.