Press release from Children’s Trust of Alachua County
The Children’s Trust of Alachua County supports a variety of summer camps and enrichment providers across Alachua County for the summer of 2022.
There is a wide selection of opportunities for families and kids to consider. Camps range from the arts, math, science, reading, and so much more.
“Kids and families both reported high satisfaction levels with their camp experience last summer. Give your kid a summer to remember!” said Kristy Goldwire, Acting Executive Director of the Children’s Trust.
Families can find the providers best suited for their kids by visiting https://www.childrenstrustofalachuacounty.us/programs-directory.
The target population for the summer programming is children from low-income families living in Alachua County. Full or partial scholarships will be offered to families that meet the Trust’s eligibility requirements listed below:
- Full scholarships: children from families at or below 200% of the 2021 federal poverty threshold, children with an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) or a 504 plan, children from families receiving SNAP benefits, children in foster care, children in voluntary and formal kinship care, and children under in-home case management supervision.
- Partial scholarships: children from families between 200% – 400% of the 2021 federal poverty level.