Resources – Vol 7, Issue 4

614 eZine Resources

BELOW IS A SAMPLING OF RESOURCES THAT PROVIDE MORE INFORMATION ON JEWISH CAMPS.

The Foundation for Jewish Camp
www.JewishCamp.org
The Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) supports and advocates for over 150 nonprofit Jewish overnight camps of all denominations across North America. Read more about Jewish camp, FJC, and research on the power of Jewish camp.

JCamp 180
www.jcamp180.org
JCamp 180 is a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. The center’s goal is to significantly enhance the long-term effectiveness of nonprofit overnight and other organizations that engage young people in meaningful Jewish cultural and educational experiences.

Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC)’s Specialty Camps
jimjosephfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/FJC_SpecialtyCampsIncubator_2010-11_Evaluation_Executive-Summary-Final.pdf
In 2009, the Jim Joseph Foundation (the Foundation) launched a five-year investment in the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC)’s Specialty Camps Incubator (the Incubator). The Incubator is supporting the creation of five new specialty camps in order to increase the number of middle school and high school youth experiencing Jewish summer camp.

Find a Jewish Camp
www.jewishcamp.org/camps
Summers at camp are transformative experiences in the life of a child. From traditional sleepaway camps to specialty camps, there is one right for your family. Use this list to find one that is right for your child.

URJ Camp and Israel Programs
www.urjcamps.org
With thirteen camps across North America, and complementary programs in Israel, this is the largest Jewish camping system in the world.

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