Tier Pricing System so Every Child Can Go to Camp
Realizing that families have different abilities to pay, Camp Tuttle has instituted a voluntary three-tier fee program.
You may choose the tier that is most suitable for your family. It is really an honor system; you tell us what is affordable for your family. All campers receive the same Camp Tuttle experience no matter what they pay. For those families who cannot afford Tier 1 prices, additional financial assistance is available to ensure that all children have this wonderful opportunity to attend camp.
Again this program is voluntary and in no way influences the experience children receive, yet it offers the opportunity for families to take an active role in supporting the true cost of their child’s camp experience.
Tier I is our historically subsidized rate and does not reflect the true cost of operating summer camp programs. This rate is subsidized by the Episcopal Diocese of Utah and its donors, who value the impact of a quality summer camp experience.
Tier II is our partially subsidized fee for those who can pay a little more but still cannot afford the actual cost of camp. This rate reflects the day-to-day operating costs of camp including food, summer staff, utilities, supplies, and other operational costs.
Tier III more closely accounts for the true costs of camp including wear and tear of building and grounds including maintenance, marketing, office expenses, and other administrative costs. Families that choose this rate are partnering with Camp Tuttle to provide future upgrades and expansion.
It is the policy of Camp Tuttle and the Episcopal Diocese of Utah that no person, regardless of religious affiliation, be excluded from participating in Camp Tuttle programs for financial reasons. Camp Tuttle will provide a limited number of scholarships on a first come, first serve basis.