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Total Cost: $400

Non-refundable Deposit: $50

Registration Fee: $350

The true cost for one camper to attend Summer Camp is approximately $1250 per camper. The generosity of families, individual donors and business partners allows us to subsidize the majority of that cost, and only ask parents and guardians to pay $400. Parents/guardians may elect to pay the camp fee in several installments. The final payment must be made by May 15th. 

No camper will ever be turned away due to an inability to pay. Financial assistance is available to those who cannot afford to pay the full fee. 

A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required with each camper registration. A camper's spot will not be reserved until the $50 deposit has been paid. Those in need of financial assistance my be able to have their $50 deposit waived. 


Cancellations:

All cancellations must be received in writing, either via email to CampBlueHawk@ouhsc.edu or via mail to 1000 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 1200, Oklahoma City, OK 73103. Campers who withdraw prior to May 1st will receive a full refund, less the $50 deposit. Camper who withdraw from camp May 1st - May 15th will receive a 50% refund, less the $50 deposit. campers who withdraw after May 15th will not receive a refund for camp fees. 


Camp Scholarships:

Both full and partial assistance is available depending on your need. Your request for a camper scholarship can be completed when you register your child through the online registration system. Requests for a camp scholarship for the Summer Camp must be made by May 1, 2018.

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Total Cost: $125

Non-refundable Deposit: $25

Registration Fee: $100

The true cost for one camper to attend Summer Camp is approximately $360 per camper. The generosity of families, individual donors and business partners allows us to subsidize the majority of that cost, and only ask parents and guardians to pay $125. The final payment must be made by January 5th. 

No camper will ever be turned away due to an inability to pay. Financial assistance is available to those who cannot afford to pay the full fee. 

A non-refundable deposit of $25 is required with each camper registration. A camper's spot will not be reserved until the $25 deposit has been paid. Those in need of financial assistance my be able to have their $25 deposit waived. 


Cancellations:

All cancellations must be received in writing, either via email to CampBlueHawk@ouhsc.edu or via mail to 1000 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 1200, Oklahoma City, OK 73103. Campers who withdraw prior to January 1st will receive a 50% refund, less the $25 deposit. Campers who withdraw after January 1st will not receive a refund for camp fees. 


Camp Scholarships:

Both full and partial assistance is available depending on your need. Your request for a camper scholarship can be completed when you register your child through the online registration system. Requests for a camp scholarship for the Teen Retreat must be made by January 1, 2018.

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Families seeking financial assistance are encouraged to seek fundraising opportunities within their own communities as well. We recommend that you contact local service clubs, relatives, businesses, or other organizations to find sponsors for the full or partial camp fee. Local groups like Lions Clubs, Kiwanis, and Rotary clubs are usually very happy to help - they just need to be asked. Often times these groups will make a considerable donation to your child or cover the entire camp fee. If you are unable to find sponsors, we can help! Feel free to get in contact us at anytime. 

Sponsors should include their name, address, phone and e-mail with the check so that we ca send a thank you letter. All checks should be made payable to "Harold Hamm Diabetes Center" with "Camper Name - Camp Program" in the memo line. (Ex: Jonny Diabetes - Teen Retreat)

All camper sponsorships must be received by the camp fee due date for the program the camper is attending. 

Summer Camp - May 15, 2018 
Teen Retreat - January 5, 2018

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Please do not allow finances to stand in the way of your child attending Camp Blue Hawk. We fundraise all year long for your child and are honored to help in any way possible. No camper will ever be turned away due to an inability to pay. Financial assistance is available to those who cannot afford to pay the full fee. 

If you do not have the financial resources to cover the full camp fee, Camp Blue Hawk has funds available to assist with the cost. We encourage all families to participate in the Camp Champ program and to attempt finding sponsors in addition to applying for a camp scholarship. 

Both full and partial assistance is available depending on your need. Your request for a camper scholarship can be completed when you register your child through the online registration system. You will be asked to provide the first page of your most recent federal tax return and/or list any extenuating circumstances that are hindering your ability to pay the full fee. 

Requests for a camp scholarship for SUMMER CAMP must be made by May 1, 2018.  
Requests for a camp scholarship for TEEN RETREAT must be made by January 1, 2018. 

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Whether this is your first time at camp, or you are a returning camper, we are so excited for this summer, and we can’t wait to meet you! Now that you are registered for camp, it’s time to start fund- raising to get the rest of your registration paid for. You can raise money to support your own camp fees first, and then help others. Let family, friends, and others in your community hear about diabetes and join your efforts to live well. Even if you pay for your own camp fees without fundraising, you can still help other kids who need assistance, and earn great prizes like a “Camp Champ” t-shirt, “Pie Your Favorite Counselor” and credits at the camp store!

Is being a Camp Champ the same as getting a scholarship?

No. Anyone can raise funds as a Camp Champ. Scholarships are awarded based on:

  • Income level: Financial aid awarded to applicants below 250% of Federal Poverty Guideline.
  • Special Circumstances: Having an extenuating circumstance like multiple people with a chronic illness in the household or a recent house fire.

If I get a camp scholarship, should I still raise funds to be a Camp Champ?

Yes. Scholarships are only available and possible because of fundraisers! No camper is ever turned away because of a lack of ability to pay. These costs are paid through fundraising. We need everyone to participate to keep camp possible! ANYONE can participate in Camp Champs to raise the cost of their camp, regardless of income.

What If I raise more than what it costs for me to go to camp?

Any amount you raise over the cost of your registration fee will go directly to another camper in need! The total registration fee for camp is $400, and campers who raise $500 or more will be recognized as a Camp Champ!

What do I get for being a Camp Champ?

Camp Champs are awarded with different prizes based on the amount of money they raise.

Amount Raised             Award                                    

$500 - $749                  Camp Champ T-shirt

$750 - $999                  Pie Your Favorite Counselor

$1000+                           $20.00 credit at Camp Store