Lodging: TheBest Western, 87450 Government Camp Loop, Government Camp, OR 97028, is offering a 20% discount to all though associated with Riding On Insulin. When you call The Best Western, at503-272-3205, tell them you are with the Riding On Insulin group and you should receive the discount. Just a note there is aSEVEN day cancellation policy in order to get a refund.
The Huckleberry Inn, 88611 Government Camp Loop, Government Camp, OR 97028, phone number (503) 272-3325 has rooms for families of up to 4 and 6 people. The 4-person room is $145 and the 6-person room is $203. This is not a group or discounted rate.
Cost:Riding On Insulin is proud to kick off its sixth year offering action sports programs for T1Ds worldwide. We are committed to ensuring broad access to these programs. It’s also important that we have the means to maintain our high quality level of support for a growing number of participants.Last year, we implemented a voluntary 3-tiered pricing structure that allows you to select the fee that is appropriate for your family. Because of generous donors and families, we’ve been able to lower our Tier 3 pricing even further this season! This is strictly an honor system--your selection will not influence your child’s experience at camp! If the Tier 3 fee remains a challenge, we also offer a limited number of Scholarships.For more information or to apply for a scholarship, click here.
Tier 3: $130
We are proud to offer this option for families, understanding that the cost of simply living with T1D can be massive. We know — we live with it, too.
Tier 2: $205
You’re able to pay $75 more toward a registration fee than Tier 3. We appreciate your gift. This extra money allows us to fund the Tier 3 pricing attendees, as well as additional scholarships to camp.
Tier 1: $305
You’re able to pay $100 more toward a registration fee than Tier 2. We appreciate your gift. This extra money allows us to fund the Tier 3 and Tier 2 pricing attendees, as well as additional scholarships to camp.
Pay a $50 deposit & fundraise the “Tier 2” price via online fundraising page.
Self-Subsidized – $555
Not subsidized at all
All costs of Riding On Insulin considered, it costs about $555 per child to run a Riding On Insulin camp. Could you take your own child skiing or snowboarding for less than this? Yes. Will your experience include a team of nurses, volunteers, and role models living with T1D, and an enthusiastic staff ready to make it a day you and your child will never forget? Probably not! Whatever you choose, know that every little bit helps — and we considering everyone who registers, no matter the cost a part of the ROI family!
1 day lift ticket for the participant
1 lunch for the participant
1 dinner for the participant
Snacks throughout the day
All day (8:30am-4pm) ski/snowboard instruction and supervision from the Riding On Insulin team
Parent participation (optional) in a parent networking session while the kids are on the mountain
An ROI T-shirt
The chance to learn a new sport (or develop existing abilities) with others who are JUST LIKE YOU!
What’s NOT included:
Rental gear for participant- $25
Dinner for any non-participating children - $25
Dinner for parents - $40
Additional lift tickets for parents or family members - $60
Supervision/Instruction for non-participating family members
Transportation to and from the mountain
Transportation to and from the dinner venue (if applicable)
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