1. What is the cancellation policy?
Changes or cancellations made more than 30-days prior to camp start date: You will receive a refund less administrative fee of $50.00 per camper.
Changes or cancellations made less than 30-days prior to the start of camp: No refunds can be given for cancellations made less than 30-days prior to the start of the selected camp.
Initiative for Women and Girls reserves the right to cancel any camp that does not meet minimum enrollment or for other unforeseen circumstances.
Any payments made toward a camp that Initiative for Women and Girls cancels will be eligible for a full refund. We will do our best to notify you at least one week prior to the start of a camp session if the camp is canceled.
2. Do you offer before care or aftercare?
We provide aftercare 3:30PM - 6:00PM each day of camp. Aftercare can be added to your registration for $60/week.
Please come to the aftercare area to pick up your camper and sign them out.
Pick-ups after 6:00PM will be charged $5.00 for every 5-minute period.
Our carpool begins at 8:30AM, however with prior written notice you can drop off as early as 8:15AM.
3. What are the drop off and pick up times?
Camp Drop Off:
Drop off is from 8:30AM - 8:55AM. We will be posting detailed instructions on car pool in the coming weeks.
With prior written notice, you can drop the camper as early as 8:15AM. We are unable to take campers earlier than 8:15AM. If you arrive earlier than 8:15AM, please wait with your camper until a staff member arrives.
If you arrive after 8:55AM, please walk your camper into the classroom. The campus has a large parking lot and you can use any of visitor parking spaces.
Camp Pick up:
We will walk campers out from 3:30PM to 3:45PM.
If you arrive after 3:45PM, please come to aftercare to pick up your child and sign them out.
Pick-ups after 4:00PM will be charged a flat rate of $15.00
4. Can I carpool with another camper?
If your child is going home with another parent: Please email us:
the name and carpool numbers of your camper(s)
name of the parent who will be picking them up
Day and date your child will be carpooling with another camper
5. Should my camper bring a snack and a lunch?
Yes, campers should bring a snack, lunch, and a drink / water bottle. We do not provide food or snacks and do not permit campers to purchase food during camp. Given common food allergies, we request that campers bring a lunch that is NUT-FREE and do not share food. We do not provide refrigerators or microwave. If your camper forgets their snack or lunch, you are welcome to drop it off at camp anytime.
6. What if my camper can’t attend the full session?
Ideally, your camper should attend the entire session to get the most out of the curriculum.
In specific, our 2-week theater camp is collaborative and each participant plays a key role, we recommend that you sign up only if your camper is able to attend the entire session.
If the camper is unable to attend the entire session for any of the camps due to unforeseeable circumstances, please note that we are unable to prorate the cost camp.
7. Is there a waitlist for camps that are full?
We offer a waitlist via email. The waitlist works on a first come, first-served basis. Signing up for the waitlist is free and you are not obligated to sign up once a spot opens up. To join the waitlist, please email us at "firstname.lastname@example.org" and include the following information:
Name of camper
Your contact phone number
Once you are contacted about an open spot, you’ll have 24-hours to confirm your registration. After which, the spot will be offered to the next person on the waitlist.
8. Can my camper bring electronics to camp?
Please leave electronics at home. We cannot ensure the safety and care of any electronics, nor will be liable for such items.