Refund Policy and Procedure for Cub Scout Day Camp
Purpose of Refund Policy
Once a registration has been paid, an individual could become ill or otherwise unable to attend camp. Since the council will have already incurred expenses related to program supplies and food costs, not all fees paid are refundable.
Fees are refundable only if a unit or camper cannot be placed in the camp or dates chosen, or a 50% refund of fees paid may be issued in the case of accident, illness, or extreme extenuating circumstances, if requested in writing at least 15 days prior to the event. Within two weeks of the event and following, no refunds will be made available. (Examples of circumstances NOT qualifying are conflicts between camp and activities like sports or band trips.) All day camp refund request s must be written to your district executive. Refunds are not made at camp!
Send all refund requests to:
Chief Seattle Council, BSA (c/o your District Executive)
3120 Rainier Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98144
When making the refund request, please include the Scout's name, unit number, camp name and date registered, and the name and address where the refund check is to be sent.