Boot camps operate on the gift economy. It means:
We offer our work, our experience and time. We only ask the group to support the organizer’s costs (travel+ food + accommodation), as they fully live in the gift economy.
In the end you can make a conscious gift. Not as a debt or duty, but from gratitude if you experience it. A gift to to the team or to anyone else in the world. The philosophy consists in keeping the chain of kindness alive.
On top of your travel cost, you will likely have to invest some conventional money for accommodation and food, unless someone also offered these to the boot camp.
Imagination and inner autonomy always help find practical solutions. For instance you may organize a side conference for Jean-François that pays for his trip. Or your generous aunt has a château, and she wants you and your circle to enjoy it. Or your best friend has extra air miles to spare. Just allow the flow to happen and it will manifest.
As for the gift economy, don’t play by this old energy called poorism.
Poorism consists in putting a few coins in the hat of the singer in somewhat a greedy way. Greediness makes you poor, not the singer. The singer has already chosen freedom and abundance. Giving the best of you, even if you don’t have much, will give you the experience of your own creative power to attract wealth as well. Flows generates flows.