In many communities, children attending a Jewish camp for the first time ever can receive $1,000. To be eligible, this must be the child’s first Jewish overnight camping experience (greater than three weeks) and the child must come from a community served by Ramah Wisconsin that does not offer first-year incentive grants in collaboration with Foundation for Jewish Camps.
For more information go to www.onehappycamper.org.
Camp Ramah in Wisconsin is fully cognizant of the pressures felt by camp families during the current economic climate. We direct families in need of scholarship support to the following sources:
*The Foundation for Jewish Camp (www.jewishcamp.org), a public foundation, is the only national organization dedicated to nonprofit Jewish resident camps, advancing program and leadership excellence in camps and access to vibrant Jewish experiences for campers. The Foundation helps raise awareness and support for Jewish summer camps, highlighting their successful track record for building powerful Jewish commitment in young Jews, ensuring future Jewish continuity. FJC works with more than 150 camps, 70,000 campers, and 12,000 counselors across North America to further its mission.