EARLY BIRD SPECIAL (Register by February 12)!
8 Week and More Save $100 off your deposit6 Week Save $75 off your deposit
4 Week Save $50 off your deposit
2 Week Save $25 off your deposit
JCompany Summer Intensive $37.50 off your deposit
*not applicable for Pre and Post camps or Preschool/2023 Camp Combo
Give the gift of Camp!
Last year, our Give the Gift of Camp campaign raised over $20,000 for children to attend summer camp regardless of their socio-economic status. This year, due to the generosity of our partners at Jewish Federation of San Diego County through their $10,000 matching grant and the George and Florence Flam Scholarship Endowment Fund’s $6,000 matching gift, every dollar counts twice!
Join us in reaching our goal over the 8 days of Hanukkah, by paying it forward and giving the Gift of Camp for all children to participate in Camp Jaycee.
Your continued support allows us to keep camp accessible, especially during these unprecedented times. Once a luxury, for some it is a necessity that offers a sense of normalcy in today’s world.
Give the Gift of Camp is a year-round campaign that you can continue contributing towards.
Donate now: www.lfjcc.org/givecamp
The JCC is building San Diego County’s first truly inclusive and accessible playground, and we need your help. This effort is part of the larger fundraising effort to ensure that the Lawrence Family JCC remains committed to fostering experiences that meet the needs of our community. The playground will be a place at which children, parents, and families of all physical and cognitive abilities can learn, explore, connect, and play together. Imagine a destination where shaded story circles, musical elements, sensory-friendly activities, adaptive swings and slides, bridges, ramps, and rubberized surfaces all create an experience unlike any other.
When making your contribution be sure to indicate from the drop-down-menu that you would like your donation to support our fully accessible and inclusive playground.
Photos Disclaimer: The photos on the website are from prior Camp Jaycee experiences and may not reflect the new safety protocols being implemented this summer as advised by the CDC, ACA, and State and local health agency guidelines.