The Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert Scholarship Fund began in 1981, as a memorial to long-time Director, Chuck Everett, Sr. This fund makes it possible for a broader diversity and spectrum of children from all walks of life to experience Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert. Through generous annual support, memorials, and donations from alumni and friends, our Scholarship Fund continues to help make camp possible for an increasing number of families. Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert match all donations, thus increasing the opportunity for more children to join the camp community. Donations are tax-deductible.
Donating to the Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert Scholarship Fund is an opportunity to share the values and experiences you had at Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert with a child who would not otherwise have the means to attend camp. Your precious gift will help a child build character, independence and life skills in a way that school cannot. You can help make a difference, any size donation is important and appreciated. What a wonderful opportunity to embrace the American Camp Association’s motto, “Camp gives kids a world of good,” by donating to the Scholarship Fund and supporting a deserving camper.
How can I help a child come to Camp?
1. Donate to the Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert Scholarship Fund. Simply call our office and we can take your information over the phone, or submit an online donation. Checks may be mailed to the “Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert Scholarship Fund” at our Eden Prairie location.
2. Join the growing number of Alumni who make a gift of appreciated stock or have established a gift to the fund in their estate planning.
3. Sponsor or submit a referral a deserving child from your community.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS
I was a camper from 1954-1962 and remember so many of the songs. Nutcracker and Clubhouse still have the same cabin songs. I so want to go back and visit.
My husband spent several summers as a boy at Camp Lincoln. Those summers shaped his life and I have heard many of the stories hundreds of times. He loved camp and wanted our girls to go to the same camp and have a similarly great experience.
I was a teenager when I went to CLH and it was a great decision! I was shy and it really brought me out of my shell. I had more confidence. I changed so much that some people back home did not even recognize me. CLH is the best! I wish I had known about it sooner so that I could have come more summers.