Raffle for SCOPE 2017

Raffle for SCOPE is a chance for YOU to win or win back one child's full camp tuition for the summer of 2019! 

All proceeds from raffle ticket sales will go to SCOPE, to help give the gift of summer camp to children from low-income families to attend a nonprofit, ACA-accredited, overnight, SCOPE partner camp.

There will be two raffle drawings: ONE resident camp drawing and ONE day camp drawing. You can buy raffle tickets for a chance to win back one full camp tuition (including your already paid tuition for the summer of 2019) at a resident camp, day camp, or both!

Tickets are $100 and families can buy as many as they would like. Ticket sales will close on Wednesday, April 10 at 12pm and the drawing will be held on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at the New York SCOPE Benefit Dinner (winner need not be present). 

Even if your child is already enrolled and paid for the next summer, the family who wins will have one child’s tuition reimbursed!


 
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About SCOPE

SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education) provides children from underserved communities with life-changing opportunities through the experience of summer camp. SCOPE funds camp scholarships (camperships) to send children who commit to staying in school to nonprofit, resident camps which will empower them to develop to their full potential.

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2019 Raffle4SCOPE Participating Camps


Pierce Camp Birchmont

breezemont day camp

Chipinaw-and-Silver-Lake-Logo

Chestnut-Lake-Camp

Coleman Country Day Camp

Crestwood-Logo

Camp Danbee

Camps Equinunk & Blue Ridge

GateHillDayCamp 

Hampton Country Day Camp

Camp IHCCamp Kippewa

North Shore Day Camp

Pierce Country Day Camp

Camp Pontiac Logo

Shibley Day Camp

Southampton Camp & Club

Taconic

Timber Lake Camp

Timber Lake West CampCamp Towanda

trails-end-camp

Tyler Hill Camp

WaltWhitman

Westmont

woodmont