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Think Jewish Camp is out of reach this summer? Think again.

4/4/14

Every child should have the opportunity to experience the magic of summer camp. After all, summer at overnight camp is the adventure of a lifetime.  It’s where kids discover who they really are, build connections and create memories they’ll hold onto for their entire lives. And, it also happens be a whole lot of fun.

But finding the right camp for your child isn’t always easy—and affording that perfect summer can be difficult too.  Foundation for Jewish Camp offers several opportunities and tools to ensure that every child in our community has access to an unforgettable Jewish summer experience.  There’s a camp out there to match both your child’s interests and your family’s budget.

BUNKCONNECT is the newest, easiest way for qualified families to find great summer experiences at over 40 overnight camps offering special introductory rates (40-80% off!!!)  To find out more about BunkConnect and search for the right Jewish camp for your child, visit BunkConnect.org.

Alternatively, One Happy Camper (OHC) offers need-blind grants of up to $1000 for children attending nonprofit, Jewish overnight camp for the first time.  One Happy Camper is run in partnership with local Jewish organizations – such as Jewish federations, foundations, individual camps, and The PJ Library.  These partners provide support and a local perspective to help you find the right camp for your child.  Visit OneHappyCamper.org to find your local OHC partner and apply for a grant.

Now that camp is within reach, finding a camp where your child will be comfortable – no matter your practice – is easy using FJC’s Find-A-Camp tool with over 155 camps to choose from, ranging from traditional sleepaway camps to specialty camps.  Discover the perfect summer camp experience for your child at JewishCamp.org/FindACamp.

Summer is less than 100 days away!  Will your child be One Happy Camper?

Happy camping!

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