In the early years of Yes We Camp, our projects were too uncertain to convince public funders, and we had to finance ourselves, through market revenues, the deployment of projects and the growth of the association. Today, our innovative approach is recognized, and public institutions are ready to support us. The share of subsidies in our economic model has thus increased from 5% in 2017 to 45% in 2020. This share of public funding is useful and is essential today in our model. However, we do not wish to become dependent on it, and we choose that our economic model keep a dominant share of self-financing, in a volume of 50% minimum, thanks to catering activities, contributions, charges paid by the occupants of our sites, service receipts, artistic commissions, advice, AMOA, space rental receipts, and any future receipts for the production systems we want to launch.