Cost. Every camp has a cost, right? Well, yes, Dayspring Bible Camp has costs—food, sporting goods supplies, replacing things that wear out (not everything lasts as long as our 100-year-old cabins, but even they need a makeover at times), utilities, and many other things. (Not the staff—they willingly and joyfully volunteer.)
While we do have costs—some of which can be significant at times—we do not set a charge for campers to attend, knowing that some can’t afford to pay and some can, but not very much. We trust in our God to move the hearts of those campers (and parents) who can contribute and also the hearts of many people who have experienced the life-changing impact of Dayspring over the past 75+ years. All contributions are voluntary. We know that our God has infinitely deep pockets! He has provided in many amazing ways in the past and will continue to remain faithful.
If you are able to share the cost it takes to run Dayspring, we very much appreciate that. But if you can’t, don’t let that keep you away, as above all, we value the opportunity to share God’s Word with you and your children.
For instructions on what campers can/should bring and what they cannot bring, please visit the How to Prepare page.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.