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Pathfinder Scholarship Opportunities

Help get kids to camp! Apply or donate today.

Camp Pathfinder & our partners offer scholarships which provide tuition support to campers & camper families. These scholarships help boys to attend, who otherwise could not afford a Pathfinder experience in Algonquin Park.

Anyone can donate.
Scholarships are available for Canadian, US, and Indigenous campers.
Learn more about each of these programs below.

 

Questions? Contact our Camp Director mike@camppathfinder.com
Want to learn more about Pathfinder's Outreach Projects? Visit our Outreach Page here.

ALGONQUIN CAMPERSHIP FUND

Est. 2000

The Algonquin Campership Fund (ACF) is an alumni supported US charitable fund providing full or partial camperships to qualifying individuals or school groups needing financial help to attend a traditional Algonquin Park camp.

Since its founding the ACF has raised and awarded over $1.5 million US and maintains a strong endowment, thanks to the generosity and loyalty of Pathfinder and Northway alumni, and corporate or family charitable funds.

Visit our official ACF webpage to learn more or make a donation today

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INDIGENOUS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Est. 2019
A Partnership of Waaseyaa Consulting & Camp Pathfinder

Our Indigenous Scholarship Program (ISP) invites Indigenous boys to attend a canoe tripping summer camp in unceded Algonquin ancestral territory. ISP scholarships are available for up to two Indigenous boys, covering any needed tuition support throughout their Pathfinder camper careers.

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How Do I Apply? 

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming one of our Indigenous Scholarship campers for this upcoming summer, and beyond, simply download the Application below to begin your application process. Please be sure that all documents are complete before submitting. Once all documents are completed, please email them to our Camp Director by clicking 'submit' below.

 

How Can I Help? 

This program is financed by Camp Pathfinder owners Glenn Arthurs and Mike Sladden. Interested donors may join in and designate a gift to the Pathfinder Centennial Fund. If you are looking to assist in this financial effort, please email our Camp Director, Mike Sladden, to learn more.

Includes the following forms & information
- About Camp Pathfinder
- Eligibility Criteria
- 2022 Application
- Expression of Interest 
- Camper Recommendation
This submission button will open an email to our Camp Director Mike Sladden. Be sure to attach all of your completed forms to the email.
Thank you for your application! 
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Amici Camping Charity & Kids-In-Camp

Pathfinder is an official partner with Amici Camping Charity and also with Kids In Camp, two excellent Canadian camp bursaries for kids whose families need assistance to pay Ontario camp tuitions. You can apply for funding or make a donation to both organizations' websites (Links below).

A number of Pathfinder families benefit from this support each camp season.

 

Our camp recently hosted a screening of the Pathfinder documentary “New Homeland” at Toronto’s HotDocs festival to benefit KIC’s annual fundraising appeal. Follow the link below to watch. 

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