Summer Day Camp Information

The James Island Presbyterian Foundation (JIPF) sponsors a safe, and fun-filled summer program for children rising 1-5 grades during June 17th-August 9th.


-Roller Skating         -Outdoor play        -Movies

-Bowling         -Art and crafts         -Splash Zone

-Field trips         -Gym games         -Guest Speaker


You can sign up for a week or the entire summer @$200 per week with a sibling discount of $195, Monday-Friday. We do not provide part-time enrollment.

The program operates from 7:00am-6:00pm with a drop-off time 7:00am-9:00am.

  • No student will be admitted into the program after 9:00am for that day.
  • Masks are optional for all participants/campers.
  • All busses used for transportation will be disinfected after each use.
  • Participants/campers must provide their own lunch and snack.
  • The JIPF is a private, non-profit organization that sponsors the Summer Day Camp Program, Child Care Center, After School Program, Lowcountry Pastoral Counseling Center, James Island Mission House, and other community outreach ministries (


Cleaning and disinfecting of playground equipment will be done after each scheduled playtime.

Frequently used toys and touched surfaces will be cleaned/disinfected throughout the day.

The center will be cleaned and disinfected nightly by the professional cleaning company.

Handwashing will be conducted frequently throughout the day by staff and students.

Weekly payment/fees

A $195($188 Sibling) deposit must be made along with a completed enrollment form. The deposit will be used towards the last week the camper is enrolled in the program minus any fees accrued.


To ensure admittance, a weekly fee of $200($195 Sibling) MUST be paid by 6:00 pm the Friday before each week, using the online payment option. Cash, check, or on-site credit card payment are accepted at the main office. Multiple weeks can be paid for at one time.


Online payment


We will take every action to protect the health of your child. Please be aware that there are factors outside of our control that prevent a guarantee that infection will not occur. As your child will now be exposed to other children and adults, it is recommended that he/she be isolated from family members/friends who are considered to be at high risk from exposure to coronavirus.


Please contact Katie Ard at with any questions.