Our Policies

UCCI Policies

Cancellations are possible. Please contact us and make note that cancellations made: 

  • More than four weeks prior to your event: all but $30 of your deposit/fee will be refunded. 
  • Less than four weeks and more than one week before your event: all but $100 of your deposit/fee will be refunded. 
  • Less than one week before your event: no refund will be issued. If there are extenuating circumstances regarding the cancellation, please contact the managing director of the site hosting your event.

Updated 06/20/2023 

The top priority for United Church Camps, Inc. (UCCI) is the health and safety of all guests, volunteers, staff, and the community at large. We will continue to monitor and follow all federal, state, and local guidelines and recommendations regarding Covid-19 and other infectious diseases. Because recommendations and policies may change, please check back often for updates. 

We have experience and access to a variety of actions to prevent the spread of infectious disease including vaccination, staying home when sick, maximizing outdoor programming, hand washing, respiratory etiquette, and cleaning measures to sanitize. Our Mission Statement guides every decision we make; it is with care, respect, and compassion for each other that we adhere to the following policies: 


If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or other respiratory and flu-like illnesses, please stay home and follow CDC guidelines for testing and isolation.

In the event a guest, volunteer or team member becomes ill or shows symptoms of Covid-19 we will administer a rapid test on-site and follow health guidelines for isolation and further testing.  

Mask-Friendly Environment 

A mask-friendly environment means that masks may be worn by anyone at any time at any of our sites. We support those individual decisions. 

Gather as a Community 

Gathering outdoors is central to the UCCI experience. We will be outside as much as possible for all programming and activities. When gathering as a community–outdoors and indoors–we respect that individuals have varying comfort levels and preferences for closeness and physical contact.  

Cancellation due to Covid-19 

If Covid-19 infection causes an individual or family to need to cancel their registration, please contact the managing director of the site hosting your event. 

Purpose and Scope

United Church Camps, Inc. (“UCCI”) knows that users of its website care about the personal information they provide. This Privacy Policy, which is part of the overall Terms and Conditions of Use, provides users with information about how UCCI collects, stores, and uses personally identifiable information obtained through our website (hereby referred to as “Personal Information”). UCCI reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy. Use of the UCCI website indicates compliance with the terms and conditions of this policy.



How Information Is Collected

Personal Information such as name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, certain demographic, medical and, credit card information, and any other information may be requested through the UCCI website for purposes of registration and participant access.

Like most websites, ucci.org uses cookies, which are text files, invoked by standard browser software, and placed on a user’s hard drive to enable the system to recognize a browser, track transactions, and allow that user to navigate without having to re-enter information. The information gathered by cookies is not made available to any unaffiliated organizations. UCCI may also automatically receive and store certain other types of information, such as the type of web browser used, or additional pages navigated to from within the UCCI website.

Use of Information Collected

Personal information collected through ucci.org may be used by UCCI to communicate directly with the user for purposes of registration, to allow purchases through an online store, to allow users to make donations, and more without a user having to reenter personal information.

UCCI uses personal information collected to send updates and notices to registered users via mail, e-mail, text, and telephone. Any user may opt out of any of the above connections by notifying UCCI directly.

Administration of Our Website / Compliance with Law

UCCI may disclose personal information only when there is reason to believe that disclosure is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating the Terms and Conditions of Use or to protect the safety, property, or other rights of our users or the public. In addition, UCCI may disclose or access account information for administrative and other purposes when necessary to develop, maintain, and improve our programs and services. UCCI may disclose a user’s personal information if required to do so in compliance with applicable law, a subpoena, or another legal process.

How to Review and Change User Personal Information

UCCI encourages all users to update and edit their personal information. This can be accessed through ucci.org.

Security Used to Protect User Information

UCCI stores all user information in secure databases protected via a variety of access controls, including password protection and electronic firewalls.

Other Organizations Featured on the UCCI Website

The UCCI website may provide links to other websites. UCCI is not responsible for the privacy policies, terms and conditions of use, or content of any such websites nor any user interface with these affiliated links.

Use of Our Website by Minors

UCCI does not knowingly collect any personal information from minors under the age of 15. Any section of the website directed at minors under the age of 15 will not request personal information.

Where Can Questions be Directed

Please contact UCCI by calling 800-683-UCCI (8224) or by emailing ucci@ucci.org.


Privacy Policy #01-07  |  Effective Date: March 2020  |  Last Reviewed Date: March 2022  |  Next Review Date: March 2025  |  Supersedes: All previous Privacy Policies and/or Statements