Because of generous individuals, churches, businesses, and foundations, Camp Cho-Yeh has a long tradition of providing camper scholarships to those in need of financial assistance. Ministry partners ensure that all young men and women have access to this screen-free, life-transforming experience. We are grateful for those who come alongside to help build the next generation of Christian leaders through cultivating faith, nurturing community, and forging character.
Pick How Many Lives to Impact:
$9,000 Provides a Week of Camp for 10 Campers
$4,500 Provides a Week of Camp for 5 Campers
$900 Provides a Full Scholarship for 1 Camper
$600 Provides an Average Scholarship for 1 Camper
$150 Provides 1 Day of Camp for 1 Camper
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Memorial Scholarship Funds
If you would like to contribute to the fund to help pass on the legacy of love and laughter of either of these campers, please send a check noting the specific memorial scholarship fund in the memo line. Or click here to make an online donation.
James Evans Memorial Scholarship
April 26, 2002 – October 13, 2012
This scholarship fund has been created to honor the life of James Whitaker Evans, who passed away at the young age of 10, but left this world with a smile on his face and a message that he always imparted to others that without humor, life is just too serious. James Evans loved life, loved his friends, and loved Camp Cho-Yeh.
Kobi Pickett Memorial Scholarship
March 15, 1999 – January 11, 2015
Camp Cho-Yeh is blessed to have had the opportunity to shape, love, teach, and guide Kobi for 5 summers. She will forever be remembered, not only as an outstanding camper, but as a wise and beautiful young woman who longed to know Jesus and more importantly – to make Him known.
Leonard and Helen Menius Memorial Scholarship
Leonard and Helen Menius lived a life of service to the Lord, family, country, and their local Church. Leonard served with the U.S. Air Force during WWII and then went on to spend most of his career as the Director of Industrial Relations for the Temple-Inland corporation. Helen taught High School home economics and was an integral volunteer in every Presbyterian congregation they were a part of. Together, they raised two sons, Robert and Joe. As a family they spent multiple summers at Cho-Yeh in the 1950’s and 60’s and their entire family has fond memories of their time at Cho-Yeh. Leonard also served on the Board of Directors for Cho-Yeh. The Menius family believes in the mission of Cho-Yeh and desires to invest in the future generations of Cho-Yeh campers. Their scholarship endowment will enable campers of all socioeconomic backgrounds the ability to experience Cho-Yeh.