Terms and Conditions 2018
Please read the following Terms & Conditions before proceeding
Canadian Young Judaean (CYJ) campers are given priority to register until November 6, 2017. These campers are accepted on a first come first served basis providing they satisfy the acceptance criteria. Following this date, admission of new applicants is also granted on a first come first served basis providing they too satisfy the acceptance criteria. Acceptance of all applicants is subject to space availability. Applicants who are not accepted are placed on a waiting list.
- This application is to be accompanied by a $600 deposit. This deposit is non-refundable and will be forfeited if the application is cancelled or if the camper withdraws for any reason.
- Participants must have a valid passport that expires no earlier than February 8, 2019(this information will be required on the forms for the April 1, 2018 deadline).
If the participant withdraws his/her application after January 2nd and prior to March 30th the cancellation penalty is CDN $1,600.00.
If the participant withdraws for any reason after April 1st, a refund of fees less CAD $3000.00 will be returned.
If the participant withdraws for any reason after May 30th there is NO REFUND.
All cancellations must be emailed or faxed to the office prior to the deadline.
1. Camp fees shall be paid as follows:
(a) $600.00 with completed application (NON-REFUNDABLE
(b) $1000.00 by January 2
(c) Balance by April 1
2. The parent or guardian of the camper certifies that his/her child is healthy and socially and psychologically ready for a resident summer camp experience. If the camper is dismissed from camp as a result of any medical or psychological issue which was not disclosed on the camps medical forms, or as outlined on a separate document if the issue surfaced over the period of time that camp received the medical form and camp began, none of the camp fee will be refunded. All additional transportation costs incurred as a result, are the responsibility of the parents/guardians.
3. The Camp reserves the right to dismiss any camper, without refund, who willfully disregards camp rules, or who endangers the campers’ and others’ safety, or who otherwise fails to meet the character requirements of camp as set out in the Camp Biluim Israel Code of Conduct Agreement. All additional transportation and hotel costs incurred as a result, are the responsibility of the parents/guardians.
4. Camp accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to any camper property incurred during the session or while in transit.
5. Parents agree that Camp Biluim Israel may use any photograph, video, image, likeness, utterance or statement in which the participant may appear to be involved, in whole or part, in any media, including the internet, for promotional or other purposes, without approval by or compensation to the participant or parent.
6. Parents/guardians give the camp permission to take the camper from the home base site for camp programs and/or medical treatment.
7. In case of an emergency, every effort will be made to contact the parents. If this is impossible, parents grant permission to the camp selected physician to hospitalize, to secure proper treatment and to order injection, anesthesia or surgery for the child.
8. This agreement shall be interpreted and be subjected to the laws of the Province of Ontario and the courts of the Judicial district of Toronto shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any proceeding in connection with this agreement.