Answers to FAQ’s

CAMP TUITION:  Full payment must be received by August 1st.   Payment is what secures the registration – NOT the online application.  All payments should be mailed to: RunningWorks, P.O. Box 8832, Collingswood, NJ 08108. Sorry – no credit cards, check or money orders, only.  Lisa’s Fund Recipients must still apply online and send in all paperwork.

CAMP PAPERWORK: Required paperwork due by August 1st: 1) completed Medical Form & immunization history (copy of recent school physical will suffice), 2) Parent Authorization/Waiver Form, 3) Camper Agreement signed by both parent and camper.  NO CAMPER WILL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT THESE COMPLETED FORMS!

MEDICATION:  All medications will be kept by our Athletic Trainer and dispensed as prescribed.  Parents may complete/sign an additional form: Authorization Form for Self-Administration, which requires a physician’s signature  The Athletic Trainer will have most over the counter items such as Advil, Benadryl, but a parents will be called for approval prior to administration.

DRUG and ALCOHOL POLICY:  please refer to Camper Agreement.  Use or possession of drugs or alcohol will not be tolerated and campers will be sent home.

PERSONAL POSSESSIONS:  We strongly discourage electronic equipment.  RunningWorks operates under the Honor Code and will not assume responsibility for their safekeeping.Smoke bombs, fireworks, lighters, vapes, matches, punks, candles, incense and the like are NOT permitted at camp.

SNACK BAR: There is a snack bar and t-shirts for sale, so campers may want to bring some spending money.  Again, RunningWorks operates under the Honor Code.  Campers caught stealing or damaging property will be sent home.

BULLYING: RunningWorks fosters a team building, positive attitude and bullying is not tolerated.  “A camper is being bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other campers”.

GAMBLING: Cards are permitted, but gambling is not and neither is any other wagering.

MEALS:  Three balanced meals will be served for each full day (just dinner the first day and breakfast the last day).  A salad bar is served with every lunch and dinner meal.  The Canadensis Cooking Staff are familiar with food allergies and dietary restrictions.  The camp is PEANUT FREE and campers are encouraged not to bring snacks with peanuts in them.  Campers may bring their own snacks, but should keep them in airtight containers in their bunks.

CLOTHING: please check out our “What to Bring” page!  There are NO LAUNDRY FACILITIES available for the campers.

WATERFRONT/POOL:  There are lifeguards on duty during our swimming/recreation times.  Campers are not permitted to swim in the Lake, but are allowed to go boating with a life vest once checked in with the guards.