LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS PERSONAL GROWTH COMMUNITY CONNECTION

INTRODUCING

A MODERN JEWISH CAMP FOR THE MODERN JEWISH FAMILY

ALL THE BENEFITS OF JEWISH OVERNIGHT CAMP

IN AN AFFORDABLE, ACCESSIBLE, DAY CAMP PACKAGE

Since 2012, In the City Camp has been delivering the proven outcomes of overnight camp — strong Jewish friendships, personal growth, and a meaningful connection to the Jewish community and Israel — in an affordable, accessible day camp package.

OUR PARENTS, STAFF, AND CAMPERS SAY IT BEST

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HEAR IT FROM OUR PARENTS

  • “It's not every day a kid can come home and say he made kugel and did archery! And the Shabbat challah is an incredible touch. Just took ours out of the oven! And he said: I had kef at camp."

    Eden K.
  • "You guys have done an amazing job bringing the overnight camp experience to our kids. The “ruach” of your program comes through in everything you do – from the staff’s engagement with the campers, to the thoughtfully organized field trips, to the camp song.”

    Marissa R.
  • “As a half-Jewish, half-Catholic family... the exposure to Judaism was a perfect taste for our daughter… The breadth of activities, the encouragement of the counselors…, the field trips, and the overall sense of community is unparalleled.”

    Elizabeth E.

JEWISH CAMP HAS BEEN DELIVERING POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS

IN THAT TIME, OUR WORLD HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY

WE KNOW JEWISH OVERNIGHT CAMP WORKS

WE ALSO UNDERSTAND THE REALITIES FACING MODERN JEWISH FAMILIES

AVERAGE COST OF OVERNIGHT CAMP - $1,200/week
100%
AVERAGE COST OF DAY CAMP - $400/week
33%

Numbers reflect Southeast U.S. (4)

    • Financial Limitations
More than 50% of Jewish households report income under $100,000 making overnight camp a financial strain for many.[1]
    • 71% Intermarriage Rate Among Non-Orthodox Jews[2]
Overnight camp can be a big first step for a parent who did not grow up Jewish.
    • 45% Divorce Rate[3]
Many divorced parents do not want to send their child away during the summer time they have together.
    • Emotional, Medical, Physical Considerations; Camper Age; and Personal Preference
Overnight camp is not a fit for many children.
10%

FACT: ONLY 10% OF CAMP-AGE JEWISH CHILDREN NATIONWIDE ATTEND JEWISH OVERNIGHT CAMP.[5]

WE CAN DO BETTER!

In Atlanta alone, more than 13,000 Jewish children are seeking other summer plans.[6]

THE SOLUTION

DAY CAMP HOURS | OVERNIGHT CAMP

OUR NOT-SO-SECRET SAUCE

100% JEWISH ROLE MODEL COUNSELORS

100% JEWISH ROLE MODEL COUNSELORS

ACCESSIBLE, CULTURALLY JEWISH CURRICULUM

ACCESSIBLE, CULTURALLY JEWISH CURRICULUM

INCLUSIVE, WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT

INCLUSIVE, WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT

CAMPER ACTIVITY CHOICE

CAMPER ACTIVITY CHOICE

THE BEST ELEMENTS OF OVERNIGHT CAMP

THE BEST ELEMENTS OF OVERNIGHT CAMP

IN THE CITY CAMP BY THE NUMBERS

20% OF OUR CAMPERS COME FROM FAMILIES THAT IDENTIFY AS INTERFAITH
20%
30% OF OUR FAMILIES DO NOT BELONG TO A SYNAGOGUE
30%
66% OF OUR CAMPERS ATTEND PUBLIC OR NON-JEWISH PRIVATE SCHOOLS
65%

WE CAN’T DO IT ALONE

HELP US NURTURE THE NEXT GENERATION OF JEWISH LEADERS

In the City Camp relies on support from generous donors to keep camp affordable for all of our families and to provide additional financial support to families that need it most.

Tuition covers 67% of our expenses. We need your help to cover the remaining 33% so we can continue to deliver high-quality, meaningful Jewish summers to our diverse Jewish community.

Help us meet our 2017/2018 fundraising goal of $300,000.

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OF EXPENSES ARE COVERED BY DONATIONS
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CAMPER SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED IN 2017

DONATIONS COVER EXPENSES INCLUDING

  • Summer Facility Rental
  • Security
  • Bus Transportation
  • Awesome Jewish Staff
  • Field Trips
  • Activity Equipment & Supplies
  • Jewish Programming
  • Camper & Staff Recruitment

OUR LEADERSHIP

  • Eileen Price
    Eileen Price Founder and Executive Director
  • Allison Boaz
    Allison Boaz Managing Director

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Rashelle Centor Berry
  • Eydie Koonin
  • Alison Gregge Medintz
  • Leanna London Rinzler
  • Emily Stemer Sauerteig

WE LOVE OUR DONORS

  • Bronfman Walker Charitable Fund
  • Foundation for Jewish Camp
  • Frank Family Foundation
  • Henry & Etta Raye Hirsch Heritage Foundation
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
  • Jill and David Krischer Family Foundation
  • Levin Family Philanthropic Fund

  • Sylvia & Martin Snow Family Fund
  • The ARGO Family Fund
  • The Billi Marcus Foundation, Inc.
  • The Breman Foundation, Inc.
  • The Friedman Foundation, Inc.
  • The Gendell Family Foundation
  • The Halpern-Oppenheimer Family Foundation, Inc.

  • The Kerri and Jeffrey Snow Family Private Foundation, Inc.
  • The Marcus Foundation
  • The Selig Foundation, Inc.
  • The Weinstein Foundation, Inc.
  • Ronnie and Amy Agami
  • Emile and Myriam Angel
  • Zoya and Jack Arbiser

  • Phyllis and Eliot Arnovitz
  • Mr. and Mrs. Cherie Aviv
  • Sandra Banks
  • Rachel Levy and Christopher Bartholow
  • Michael and Liraz Beldie
  • Erin Berman
  • Dr. Kevin Berman and Dr. Heather Weiner
  • Michael Berkowitz and Debra Bernstein

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  • Rashelle and Jeremy Berry
  • Susan and Marvin Boaz
  • Jennifer Boaz
  • Linda and Gregg Brenner
  • Staci, Matt, Ryan and Olivia Brill
  • Melissa Brourman
  • Beth and Gavin Brown
  • Broyde Family
  • Scott Chalk
  • Tzvi and Laura Chefer
  • Jaron and Erin Christianson
  • Bart and Neflaah Cohen
  • Kimberly and Brian Dick
  • Jon and Jaci Effron
  • Inna Eidelman
  • Rachael and Simon Engler
  • Express Yourself Speech Pathology Services
  • Meredith Forrester
  • Sara and Robert Franco
  • Isaac and Vanessa Frank
  • Sharon Friedman
  • David and Lisa Frist
  • Erica and Raanon Gal
  • Ellie Schainker and Hillel Glazer
  • Russell Gottschalk and Mimi Hall
  • Emily and Noah Graubart
  • Brooke and Daniel Gray
  • Kerry and David Greene

  • Melissa Greene
  • Maynard and Janet Grossman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Halperin
  • Anna and Noah Hartman
  • Marla and Ryan Johnson
  • Paul and Nicole Kaplan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kaplan
  • Monica Katz
  • Linda G. Katzman
  • Eden and Peter Kaye
  • Dianne and Harmon Kling
  • Eydie and Steve Koonin
  • Debra and Eric Kraar
  • Norman and Merice Kraar
  • Kevin and Jennifer Leff
  • Felice Lefkove
  • Jennifer and Scott Leibowitz
  • Gabe and Alyson Lembeck
  • Mike and Andrea Leven
  • S. Jarvin Levison
  • Andrew and Alane Levy
  • Kim and Jed Linsider and Family
  • Jennifer Wampler and Hugh Lippman
  • Aaron and Leslie Lipson
  • Hadley and Lisa Lowy
  • Susie and Andrew Mackler
  • Stephen and Joan Maloff
  • Charlotte and Joel Marks

  • Jerry and Barbara May
  • Stephanie and Mac McCall
  • Felicia and Scott Mayer
  • Alison and Barry Medintz
  • Laura and Miles Mendelson
  • Barry and Karin Mervis
  • Sylvia Miller
  • Justin and Alyza Milrad
  • Betty and Malcolm Minsk
  • Mishurov Family
  • Susan Moray
  • Amy and Doug Nadler
  • Daniella and Serge Ouanounou
  • Alexander Pivoshenko and Vita Zeltser
  • Ellen Arnovitz and Michael Plasker
  • Norman and Lindy Radow
  • Jenny and Mitch Reiner
  • Kelly and Craig Richman
  • Leanna and Eric Rinzler
  • Amy and Will Robertson
  • Jolie Rosenberg
  • Marissa and Sam Rosenbloom
  • Robyn and Doug Ross
  • Jennifer and Matt Sand
  • Natalie and Jonathan Sarnat
  • Barton and Linda Schachter
  • Debra and Jesse Schaffer
  • Dawn and David Schakett

  • Marc and Sam Schoenbaum
  • Ronit Hoffer and Matt Schwartz
  • Brittany and Alan Schwartzwald
  • Dr. Rebecca L. Seidel and Dr. Gary Frank
  • Brian and Shelley Seinberg
  • Tracy and Brian Seitz
  • Jason and Dianne Shain
  • Maury and Staci Shapiro
  • Stacey and Stuart Shapiro
  • Kevin and Debra Shigley
  • Karen and Matt Shulman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Silberman
  • Donald Sklar
  • Caleb, Isabelle, and Natalie Snow
  • Leslie and Richard Snow
  • Mitzi and Jeff Solomon
  • Alan and Wendy Solon
  • Allison and David Srochi
  • Jeff and Esti Stein
  • Chanie and Scott Steinberg and Family
  • Nathaniel and Adrienne Strohl
  • Lisa Vinokur and Ira Tedoff
  • Andrew and Leslie Walcoff
  • Edie and Paul Weintraub
  • Robert and Ava Wilensky
  • Julie and Jeff Winner
  • Helen and David Zalik
  • Barry Zisholtz

WE’RE REVOLUTIONIZING JEWISH DAY CAMP. JOIN US.

View Our Data Sources Data Sources:
1. Pew Research Center Survey of U.S. Jews 2013
2. Pew Research Center Survey of U.S. Jews 2013
3. CDC National Center for Health Statistics
4. Foundation for Jewish Camp Overnight and Day Camp Census 2016
5. Foundation for Jewish Camp
6. Jewish Population Study of Greater Atlanta 2005-2006

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In the City Camp is a non-profit 501(c)3 entity. Tax ID: 47-2246068