If you did not receive a confirmation e-mail, please check your spam/junk folder in your e-mail. If you are still unable to find it, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Scholarships will be determined no later than Wednesday, August 8th via e-mail. Scholarship determinations will not be given out any earlier.
For Camp1 (Youth), Jubilee night will take place on Thursday night beginning at 7:30 PM. For Camp2 (Elementary), Jubilee night will take place on Wednesday night at 7:00 PM.
Please refrain from giving Campers more than $15 for the week. $10-15 will cover the costs of snacks, pictures, etc., which is all that is needed for the week.
Currently there is not an online payment option to pay for the remainder. Please bring cash or check to pay for the remaining balance in-person at KoBaWoo or at Victory Valley while checking in the camper.
It is possible to change the pick up and drop off option. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any changes you would like to make to your submitted information.
We believe that campers that leave early during camp will take away from the holistic experience. If campers are unable to attend camp for the whole week, please refrain from registering your child. They will be unable to attend camp.
There are discounts for PKs. If you are registering your child and are eligible for a PK discount, please include that the registrant is a PK in the 'Comments' section of the registration application. PK discount amounts to $75.
Under special cases, children are able to apply for registration when registration closes, but slots are never guaranteed. An appeal must be made by contacting email@example.com; if granted, you may receive a late 'registration application'
We will be unable to accept your child at the camp site if he/she were not registered before the end of registration. It is required for a camper to register online if he or she would like to attend camp. We will not be able to accept any campers that have not registered and would like to register at the camp site for any reason. If you would like to ask a question regarding this, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children who are a year younger are strongly encouraged to attend the Camp week that is appropriate for their grade and age group. Under special circumstances, exceptions may be granted. Contact email@example.com for any concerns or questions.
Registration begins mid-May. Registration closings do not have a set date. Registration closes when Camper registration slots have been completely filled.
Your child's spot is not secure when they register until the registration deposit ($75) or full payment is made after your registration has been submitted/confirmed.
The food prepared/given during meal time and snack time are peanut-free. Food allergies other than peanuts will need our attention. Please write down any allergies that your child may have and type in the severity of the allergy (hives, anaphylaxis, etc.). Although the meals are set, we may be able to alter the snacks given during snack time. Our counselors are trained to use an Epipen and trained what to do during an allergic reaction. If you have any further questions or concerns, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The address to the Camp location is:
Victory Valley Camp
7472 Sigmund Road
Zionsville, PA 18092
Please contact the following number: (267) 415-6017. Please leave a voicemail if there is no answer. Calls may not always be returned, if there is no seeming emergency to respond to.
If your child is injured, a quick assessment is made whether an emergency hospital visit is required. If so, the child will be taken to the nearest hospital and treated (Lehigh Valley Hospital is approx. 20 minutes away), and the parent/guardian will be contacted using the information submitted at registration. The child's health insurance information will be used/required for these cases; otherwise, any outstanding/additional healthcare costs associated with your child will be billed to you, the parent or guardian. PFC is not liable for any injuries or medical issues sustained during the course of the child's Camp week.
Yes, however, we are primarily an English speaking ministry. We would ask the parent/guardian that is registering the camper to use their best judgment in whether or not the camper will be able to learn and enjoy camp with the language barrier.
All requests will be heard, however, we do not guarantee that the requests will be honored. We make our best efforts to create the best cabin dynamic that will make camp an enjoyable experience.