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We understand that you want to be certain that participation in a CISV camp will be a worthwhile experience for your child. Here you can find general information that will answer some of your questions.

JB members travel to National Youth MeetingIn our 2016 programs, you can find specific information about the age range, duration and scope of each program.

Although your child will make friends and have an exciting experience taking part in CISV, participation will have a much wider impact. Learn more about the positive effect CISV participation will have upon your child.

A complete family experience
Although it may be your child who goes to the CISV activity, the experience is not just for children; it is a complete family experience.

Your child - our priority
We understand that you want to be sure your child is in safe hands. We see our participants as our priority.

CISV is a charity. While financing of our quality operations is essential, we endeavour to keep costs down through sensible planning and professional delivery of our programs. 


NOTICE REGARDING TRANSPORTATION: CISV is not responsible for transportation to or from any CISV program, event or meeting hosted by our local chapter, or by chapter delegations. Parents are responsible for making personal arrangements for transportation for any member of their family participating in any local program, event or meeting.


NOTICE REGARDING ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION - CISV does not monitor the use of electronic communications by its volunteers, leaders, delegates, members, or others participating in CISV, its events, activities or the organization in any way. It is the responsibility of every member of CISV to report any discovery or suspicion of inappropriate electronic communications to the chapter risk manager Shelly Grossman at:, or CISV USA’s National Risk Manager (Stephenie Teichman: immediately.



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