Summer camps for 8 to 14-year-olds

The Foundation for Young Swiss Abroad (FYSA) will again be organising various holiday camps next summer for Swiss youngsters abroad aged 8 to 14.

The exact details and the itinerary of the individual camps as well as the registration form will be published in January 2016 at www.sjas.ch and in “Swiss Review” from February 2016. An application for financial support with the camp costs can be made for all camps.

The foundation would also be pleased to send you its information brochure by post upon request. The registration deadline is 15 March 2016.

Summer camps in 2016 – Overview of dates, camp locations and age groups

Sat 25 / 6 to Fri 8 / 7 / 2016: Stäfa (ZH) for 36 children aged 8 to 12, price: CHF 900

Sat 25 / 6 to Fri 8 / 7 / 2016: Obersaxen (GR) for 40 children aged 11 to 14, price: CHF 900

Wed 29 / 6 to Fri 8 / 7 / 2016: Swiss trip for 24 children aged 12 to 16, price: CHF 950

Sat 9 / 7 to Fri 22 / 7 / 2016: Venue yet to be decided for 42 children aged 11 to 14, price: CHF 900

Sat 9 / 7 to Fri 22 / 7 / 2016: Buochs (NW) for 36 children aged 8 to 12, price: CHF 900

Sat 23 / 7 to Fri 5 / 8 / 2016: Weggis (LU) for 42 children aged 11 to 14, price: CHF 900

Sat 23 / 7 to Fri 5 / 8 / 2016: St-Cergue (VD) for 36 children aged 8 to 12, price: CHF 900

Sat 23 / 7 to Sun 7 / 8 / 2016: Magglingen (BE) sports camp for 42 children aged 11 to 14, price: CHF 950

Sat 6 / 8 to Fri 19 / 8 / 2016: Bevaix (NE) for 42 children aged 8 to 14, price: CHF 900

Foundation for Young Swiss Abroad (FYSA), Alpenstrasse 26, 3006 Berne, SWITZERLAND, Tel. +41 (0)31 356 61 16, Fax +41 (0)31 356 61 01, email: info@sjas.ch, www.sjas.ch/en/ 

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