Applying for a Moshava Alevy Scholarship
“The process of applying for and securing a scholarship for my kids was discreet, professionally handled, and fair. We are grateful to the board of Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles for administering this process with such dignity. Thank you!”
Families in need of financial assistance may apply for a Moshava Alevy camper scholarship. Scholarships are need-based and families must be enrolled in camp with paid deposit before submitting a financial aid application.
The financial aid committee meets monthly, and scholarship applications, must be received by the 15th of the month in order to be considered in the monthly financial aid committee meeting. If you complete the scholarship process but we are still unable to meet your need, we will refund your deposit in full.
Once your Scholarship Application is complete, please upload it directly to your online camp account or return to office@MoshavaAlevy.org.
Please reach out to us at any point in the process if you have questions or would like support at office@MoshavaAlevy or 855-MOSHAVA.
One Happy Camper & PJ Goes to Camp
First-time campers can receive up to $1,000 off tuition through the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s One Happy Camper program. The One Happy Camper program provides financial incentives for first-time campers to attend a non-profit Jewish overnight camp - click here for more information.
First-time campers who are subscribers to the PJ Library program may be eligible for a PJ Goes to Camp grant - click here for grant guidelines and to learn if your child may be eligible.
Jewish Free Loan Association of Los Angeles has a campership program, providing up to $5,000 per camper (up to $10,000 per family) in interest-free loans to assist with camper tuition. Financing through this program is independent of Moshava Alevy. If you are seeking this option, you must first register your camper at Moshava Alevy, and then coordinate the loan through the Jewish Free Loan Association. Click Here for more information about this program or visit JFLA to learn more.