The Men-O-Lan Campership fund has been established to provide financial assistance to campers. It is our desire that the summer camp experience is available to every child and that finances not be an obstacle.
In order to request a Campership please fill out the form during registration it is available on your online account.
- Camperships may only be applied to one session, per camper, per summer. (So we can give the maximum people the chance to come to camp.)
- The fund does not cover the registration deposit , or any other camp additions such as camp store.
- If there is a church assistance, we ask that the camper family be required for at least $25 of the commitment.
- Scholarships cover half the cost of tuition.
Campership funds come from the following resources:
Louise Hagin Endowment Fund:
Louise was one of the first campers when MOL began in 1940 and remained a camper as long as she was able. She remained active and served several terms on the MOL Board. Along with her husband, Louise served on the MOL Advisory Committee and was a MOL Booster. Louise suffered with cancer for 19 years and when she knew no further treatment was available, she wanted any funds donated in her memory to be used to create a fund for camper scholarships.
Ada Bleam Foundation Fund:
Ada is a cousin of J. Walter Landis, who donated the land for Camp Men-O-Lan. Ada's four children, many of her grandchildren, and three great grandchildren have or are now attending summer camp. Ada has attended many senior meetings and Bible conferences at Men-O-Lan. She started a fund to contribute to camper scholarships so financial need would not be an obstacle for campers.
This event annually raises funds for camperships and operations through individuals and organizations that give faithfully and generously and the auctioning of Camperships.
Individual Gifts from friends of Men-O-Lan
Individuals, churches, and businesses interested in supporting summer camp give gifts to help support Camperships. If you are interested in helping please contact us.