Social Service Agencies and School Guidance Counselors

The Summer Camp partners with social service agencies and school counselors to recruit close to 350 campers each summer. For hundreds of girls from low-income and foster families, The Summer Camp is not simply a one-time experience. In the face of family transitions and struggles, Summer Campers continue to reach out to the place that they always feel comforted and accepted – The Summer Camp. With the support our dedicated partners, TSC is able to offer the unique opportunity for girls to return to camp year after year, greatly enhancing the lasting benefits of their camp experience. 

New York City: 106 Campers

Big Sisters of New York*
Bronx Academy of Letters
Bronx Works
Community Center of Northern Westchester
Emolior Academy
Grosvenor House YMCA
Harlem Children’s Zone
Harlem Restoration Project                                                               Jewish Board-Family Services
Kids Club
Legal Aid Society
Montefiore School Health Program
Public School #11-Manhattan
Storefront Academy- Harlem                                                                     The Children's Village                                                                         Trinity Lower East Side
The Young Women’s Leadership School-Bronx

Massachusetts: 34 Campers

BART Charter Public School                                                                     Big Sisters of Boston and Worcester
Cambridge Camping                                                                                 Dot Art
Holmes Elementary School
James J. Chittick School                                                                             Lilla G. Frederick Middle School
MassSTART/Wediko Children’s Services                                       Northern Berkshire YMCA
William E. Russell School
Williamstown Youth Center

New Hampshire: 48 Campers

Bluff Elementary School
Claremont Middle School
Disnard Elementary School
Maple Avenue Elementary School
Moultonborough Central School                                                                Pine Tree Elementary School                                                                      Seymour Osman Community Center

Maine: 116 Campers

Acadia Healthcare                                                                                     Bridge Crossing
Brownfield-Denmark Elementary School
Canal School
Captain AW Stevens School
Community Concepts-Family Services
Community Health and Counseling Services
Deer Isle/Stonington Schools
Department of Health & Human Services
Freeport Community Services
George Jack School
Greene Central School
HB Emery School
Home Care of Maine
Home Counselors
Kennebec Behavioral Health*
Kids Peace
King Middle School
MSAD 17: Oxford Hills school district                                                   
Providence of Maine*
Providence Service Corp.*
Searsport Elementary School
Sebago Elementary School                                                                       SequelCare of Maine, LLC
Spurwink Services*
Steven’s Brook Elementary School                                                         Strong Elementary School                                                                     The Progress Center

Rhode Island: 37 Campers

Big Sisters of the Ocean State
South Providence Neighborhood Ministries
Woonsocket Housing Authority 

Vermont: 3 Campers

Brown’s Middle School

Other States: 4 Campers

Total 2014 Campers: 346

“I have been so grateful to be able to refer children and families to The Summer Camp for the past 11 years. The girls gain a positive experience with their peers, they grow and mature in their sense of themselves and enjoy experiences that are usually unavailable to them.”

Frances Strayer, LICSW Guidance Counselor, Moultonborough Central School