We would love to see your children at Camp Taloali; experiencing new things, meeting new friends and enjoying the sleepover of the summer! We keep our camp fees low in comparison to other similar non-profit camps. We cut costs to accommodate the needs of our campers and are actively seeking sponsors to provide camperships. 

If you wish to apply for a campership, please submit a written letter to with a formal request for a campership. Because of the generosity of our donors, Camp Taloali has a campership fund for families who demonstrate need for financial assistance. 

To receive assistance an application must be submitted. Send this to Camp Taloali, PO Box 32, Stayton, OR 97383.

Due to the nature of our mission, awarding of camperships will be prioritized to those who are deaf or hard of hearing, or first time campers. Our goal is to make it possible for each child come to camp for at least one session, therefore camperships will only be given for one week sessions. 

Families are encouraged to fund raise, seek outside sponsorships or use our payment plan to attend more than one week. A deposit of $100 per session at the time you register your child is still required to hold a place for your child for Camp Taloali's Summer Camp Program. If your child is awarded a full one-week campership, this deposit will be returned at the end of the camp session your child attends. 

The due date for campership applications will be one month before the final registration and fees deadline to give the Camp Taloali administration time to process the camperships. Any camper that applies for a campership before the due date will have a spot reserved unless the campership is not granted. In the case that the campership is not granted, the full camp fee will then be due by the due date. 

When campers are registering and wish to apply for a campership from another organization (QUOTA, or FOSD, etc.), the first step is to apply for a campership from Camp Taloali. The other organization’s campership application will then be available online to download and submit to the organization. When the organization has awarded its camperships, Camp Taloali will then issue the correct coupon code to the family who has received it. Coupon codes will follow the organization giving the campership: Adler’s Voice, Elks Clubs, Friends of OSD, Lions Clubs, OSD Foundation, Quota International, etc.

Friends of Oregon School for the Deaf is offering camperships only to students that attend Oregon School for the Deaf. If your child qualifies, then apply there to get that campership!

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