Financial Assistance

Eliot Institute Financial Assistance Application Click Here To Download Form

Financial aid is available for those who cannot cover the registration fees for an Eliot camp. You can request funds for up to the full amount of the camp, with the majority of our grants being a portion of the total cost.

The deadline for financial assistance applications is six weeks prior to the start date of the camp you wish to attend. You will be notified of the amount of your grant at least one month before camp begins. At that point, if you feel you still cannot afford to attend camp, you may cancel and receive a refund of your deposit.

As a nonprofit organization registered with the IRS, the process to evaluate financial aid applications is open to public review. We need to be sure that we consider applications objectively, and that we are diligent in determining the financial need of each applicant. To maintain privacy and objectivity, the registrar will remove all identifying information from each application before it is submitted to the Registration & Evaluations Committee.

Applicants are eligible for no more than one grant each year.

If your request for financial assistance is denied, you may appeal by submitting a letter and any supporting material to the registrar for review by the Eliot Board of Directors.

Send your completed application to:

Eliot Institute
2628 31st Avenue West
Seattle WA 98199

Or email your responses to [email protected]

Eliot Institute Financial Assistance Application Click Here To Download Form

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==> Had an amazing week in the Young Adult Program! It tied in really well with the theme of the speaker, while also being quite unique. The coordinators were so great and kept things very fun! We had tons of variety in the activities we did each day, and when we had group discussions they both contributed comments and thoughts as well which I found really amazing and have never experienced that in the program before so that was great!!!
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