Experience SCOPE!

Jennifer, a SCOPE camper, shared this sentiment in a letter she wrote, thanking us for her camp experience.  We believe this thank you belongs to you. “At camp I finally…

My SCOPE Leadership Training Experience

SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education) is an organization that provides children in underserved communities with life changing opportunities through the experience of summer camp. Children in those communities who commit…

4 Years, 3 Schools, 2 Degrees, 1 Happy Camper

  I’m thrilled to say that after four long, hard years I will finally be graduating from college this May! Most of us walk around with an assumption of what…

Sam & Ilisha’s Story

15 years ago, two young professionals met over the sale of a raffle ticket at a SCOPE event. Who knew this chance encounter would ultimately be their love connection and…

Happy Holidays!

SCOPE Campers were asked: Why is it important to get out of the city and go to summer camp? Here are their responses! Wishing everyone a wonderful winter and happy…

November Snapshot

THIS MONTH’S DONATIONS/STRIDES In Honor of: Jami Abrams, Allie Crothers, Molly & Ryan Gallagher, Stephen Knobel, Caroline Silver In Memory of: Jackie Hott, Bradley Schwartz Camp Towanda donated leftover funds…

Kayla’s Jameson Camp Story

Kayla began her time at Jameson Camp as an abused, angry 6th grader who struggled with listening to authority and was unable to interact well with her peers. Because of…

Kevin’s Camp Story

Brooklyn wasn’t the best place for a young black male to grow up in the early 2000’s, due to the increasing prevalence of gangs and crime. My mom, working for…

October Snapshot

THIS MONTH’S DONATIONS/STRIDES In Memory of: Randi Coughlin’s Father, Bernard Etra, Kip Konigsberg, Mara Maklan’s Mother, Sonny Raichlen, Dana Schneider’s Mother Ivy League Day Camp Summer Carnival Microsoft Staff Live…

Mel’s Camp Story

Celebrate SCOPE’s 25th on the 25th Camper Story I’ve spent a considerable part of my life at camp. As the child of camp owners/directors, I’ve kind of got to live…