Camp Be’chol Lashon 2019 Registration

Fill out the forms below and pay the deposit to secure your camper’s spot this summer. Space is limited!

Basic Info

Bedding sets include a comforter, pillow, pillowcase, 2 sheets, and towel.
Please contact us at 415-386-2604 if your camper(s) is/are traveling unaccompanied and you want to discuss transportation options.

Parent/Guardian Info


You have the option to pay a $300 deposit or the entire camp fee at this time. You must pay at least the deposit to secure your child's spot. If you choose to pay the deposit only, you will be billed for the balance.
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Please note: Any camper who is unable to attend camp for any reason will receive full credit, minus the deposit, to be applied toward any other Be’chol Lashon program, including camp next year.

Camper & Parent/Guardian Info

Emergency Contact

We will contact this person in the event that the parent/guardian listed above is not available.

Medical Info



Please note: All medications your child takes, including over the counter, as needed, and prescription need to be brought in a sealed container or plastic bag with their name and directions for use. There must be enough medication (prescription and over the counter) to last the duration of camp. Unused medication will be returned at the end of camp. All medications are kept with medical staff on camp grounds. No camper is allowed to keep medication in their bunk.


Code of Conduct


Session 1: July 21 – July 28, 2019

Session 2: July 28 – August 4, 2019


One week: $1,300

Two weeks: $2,450


We strive to provide every child with the opportunity to experience Camp Be’chol Lashon. Below you will find information about several camp scholarship opportunities. Please call us at 415-386-2604 if you would like help in navigating this process.

National Camperships

The goal of One Happy Camper” is to incentivize participation in Jewish camps. Eligibility criteria varies from community to community.

Click here to see if your community offers a One Happy Camper program.

PJ Library offers camperships to offset camp tuition for PJ Library participants, siblings, and alumni.

More info

Hebrew Free Loan provides interest-free loans to help Jewish individuals in Northern California overcome financial challenges and pursue life dreams.

More info

Your local Jewish organizations, such as synagogues and Federations, may provide needs-based camperships for Jewish children to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp. Please reach out to them directly to inquire about opportunities.

Bay Area Camperships

The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco provides need-based and need-blind camperships  in the Federation’s service area to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Click here for more info.

The Jewish Federation of the East Bay provides needs-based financial assistance for Jewish children from the East Bay (Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano and Napa Counties) to attend any Jewish overnight summer camp.

Deadline: February 14, 2019

More info

JFSC supports youth as well as families, who want their children to benefit from Jewish experiences. To learn more about funds available for summer experiences for Jewish youth, click here or contact Michelle Lamphere, Financial Aid Center Director for JFCS, at 415-449-1226.

CBL Checklist

  • Register and pay the $300 deposit (or the entire fee)
  • Fill out the Medical Info form
  • Have your camper fill out the Camper Info form
  • Review the CBL packing list and cell phone policy [PDF]
  • Get ready for camp!

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